Ultra Low EMF & ELF Infrared Saunas

Ultra Low EMF & ELF Infrared Saunas

Protect your health with a low EMF & ELF Sauna!

What is EMF?

Electromagnetic fields (EMF) are areas of energy that surround electronic devices. The World Health Organization (WHO) explains that the electric fields are created by differences in voltage and magnetic fields are created when the electric current flows. Magnetic fields are measured in milliGauss (mG). According to WHO, electromagnetic fields affect us because our human bodies have their own electric and biochemical responses (e.g., nervous system, digestion, brain function, heart function). So exposure to EMFs can interact with your body in adverse ways and cause symptoms of illness in infants, children and adults, particularly those who already experience low immunity. For safety, The EPA (Environmental Protection Authority) recommends you limit your magnetic field exposure to less than 2.5mG.

Our Ultra-Safe, Ultra Low EMF & ELF Heaters.

For your Safety, the Sun Stream far infrared saunas use high quality Nano Carbon heaters that emit virtually NO EMF, less than 1mG when measured from a distance of less than 1 inch from the heaters. We believe this is one of the most important features to consider when buying an infrared sauna.

Sun Stream Infrared Saunas pioneered the development of EMF cancelling carbon panel heaters in 2010. There is no one definitive test for EMFs and there are many different meter technologies which measure EMFs in different ways. No Infrared sauna company can claim to be absolute zero EMFs. Our Nano-Carbon panel heaters are one of the lowest in the industry.

EF/ELF (Electric Fields)

Sun Stream’s new EHS (ElectroHyperSensitivity) technology reduces EF/ELF electric fields to an all new industry low of less than 5 mV, that’s more than 200 times lower than almost all sauna brands on the market! See the video below for test results.

Watch this short video as Kevin Halsey demonstrates how low the EMF & ELF readings are on our new EHS Nano Carbon Heater panels.

Ultra Low EMF & ELF Nano Carbon Heating Technology

All Sun Stream Saunas use our revolutionary EHS Ultra Low EMF & ELF Nano Carbon Heaters, which have some similarities to other carbon fibre panel heaters on the market but BETTER!

The Nano Carbon heating panel uses a sheet that has been impregnated with carbon using a special high temperature pressing technique to produce a resistance that will emit infrared waves at an even, safe, surface temperature that is more comfortable for the user. Furthermore, no unhealthy gasses will be emitted during heating due to its unique manufacturing methods.

Many of the Carbon panel heaters on the market are made with different qualities of carbon materials and with different manufacturing processes. There are cheaply made, poor performing heaters and there are high quality, high performing heaters.

The specialized ‘Nano’ forms of carbon used in our heaters originate in Japan and very few companies possess the technology to process the carbon and produce high performing, high watt density carbon heater panels.

Our Ultra Low EMF & ELF Nano-Carbon heaters emit Far Infrared (FIR) with approximately 70% of the heaters output lying between 5 – 15 microns (5000nm – 15000nm) and approximately 90% of the output lying between 1 – 20 microns (1000nm – 20,000nm). Thus, our heaters also encompass the Mid Infrared range of 1.4 – 3.0 microns.

Sun Stream’s Radiant Heat Test

Many sauna companies are making claims regarding micron outputs, depth of heat penetration, Infrared heat output, yet very few offer any evidence to support these claims.

Sun Stream Saunas has developed a test procedure to visually gauge the amount of radiant heat from Infrared sauna heaters.

The test utilizes a Cholesteric Liquid Crystal ‘Test Screen’ which changes colours in reaction to the radiant heat of the sauna heaters. The test clearly displays a greater intensity and wider spread Infrared output from our high temperature Nano-Carbon panels.

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