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Platinum DZ961F8R 59" Rectangular Free Standing Steam Shower - Black

Platinum DZ961F8R 59" Rectangular Free Standing Steam Shower - Black

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Price: $4,290.00 USD
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The Platinum DZ961F8-R walk-in steam shower is 59"x 35"x 89". Featuring an upgraded 6KW high-efficiency steam generator, 6 acupressure body jets, and LED chromatherapy, the DZ961F8-R invites you to indulge yourself in a state of complete relaxation and tranquility. The wooden ceiling and floor combined with chrome trim add immediate distinction to any bathroom. Also available in a left-hand configuration.

Features include:

  • 6KW High-Efficiency Steam Generator
  • LCD Computer Control Panel
  • 6 Acupressure Massage Jets
  • Chromatherapy Lighting
  • Rainfall Ceiling Shower
  • FM Radio Built In
  • ETL Certified (220V)

Additional Steam Shower Features:

  • Available as a Left or Right Hand Unit
  • Touch Screen Control Panel with Timer
  • FM Radio
  • Ceiling Lights
  • Chromatherapy Lighting
  • Removable Wooden Stool
  • Storage Shelf:
  • Aromatherapy System
  • Wooden Floor
  • Ventilation Fan

Dimensions

59" x35" x89"

Manuals:

Specification Sheet

Installation Guide

Warranty

Health Benefits of Steam Rooms

Steam rooms are enclosed spaces that are heated with steam generators. They are commonly used after workouts and in spas for relaxation and recovery. Steam rooms have some health benefits.

Steam Room vs. Saunas

Steam rooms and saunas are similar. A sauna uses dry heat and is generally hotter than a steam room. Saunas are typically kept at around 160 to 220 degrees Fahrenheit, but steam rooms are cooler. They are usually around 110 to 120 degrees F. Both encourage sitting in the heat as a form of recovery.

A sauna can help relax your sore muscles. It can also help with heart health and circulation. However, the humidity from the steam might have additional benefits for your body.

Saunas and steam rooms are often found in gyms and spas. Some people even have them in their homes. A sauna usually uses hot rocks, a stove, or an electric heater to heat the room with wood paneling to keep the heat in. This usually means it has to be a special room.

You can turn your bathroom into a makeshift steam room by running a hot shower and letting the steam fill the room.

Steam bathing is a very old practice used by many cultures in different countries. The ancient Greeks and Romans regularly used steam bathing and hot springs. Indigenous peoples also used steam and sweating as health practices. Today, steam therapy and sauna therapy are popular in Finland.

Steam rooms have specific health benefits. These include: 

  • Clearing congestion
  • Improving skin health
  • Lowering blood pressure
  • Improving circulation
  • Easing bronchitis symptoms
  • Workout recovery
  • Relaxation
  • Lowering joint stiffness

Talk to your doctor before using a steam room if you have the following conditions:

  • Low blood pressure
  • Coronary artery disease
  • History of a stroke
  • History of transient ischemic attack ( TIA)
  • Heart rhythm problems

There are also certain safety measures you should take while using the steam room.

Don’t drink alcohol. The high heat of the steam room can increase your risk of dehydration. Make sure to avoid alcohol and drink extra water.

Don’t go while you’re sick. The warmth and moisture of steam rooms can help bacteria grow. If you have a bacterial skin infection, don’t use a public steam room until the infection has cleared up. 

Using a steam room can help with congestion from a cough or cold, but don’t use a public steam room when you’re sick. You might pass your virus on to other people.

Use moderation. Longer isn’t better in the steam room. Limit your session to 5 to 10 minutes and regulate the temperature.

Steam rooms aren’t treatments. Steam rooms can be a complementary therapy that adds to your health care. Don’t ever use them in place of professional medical treatment.

If you feel dizzy, have trouble breathing, or have tightness in your chest, leave right away.

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