Posts Tagged ‘steam shower’

State-of-the-Art Steam

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

State-of-the-art Steam

Steam Shower ControlGone are the days of dial-up and black and white television. Consumers have moved on to the faster, more efficient, and more effective ways of the digital age where modern acronyms like HDTV and DSL are household names. Today, all parts of the living space are getting technological makeovers. ThermaSol is ahead of the curve in the bathroom with the only 100% digital Steam Shower System available on the market today. The upgrade wasn’t easy, and ThermaSol dedicated three years of intense engineering to revamp the products in their steam program; bringing every aspect of their Steam Shower to the digital era by incorporating 100% solid-state digital technology.

Steam ShowerAll other steam bath manufacturers use the decades-old analog technology. Analog steam shower systems operate via a unidirectional analog command where an electronic pulse is sent through telephone-style cables to the generator in order to command functions. Any added features like a music-system or lights must be run independently of an analog steam unit and requires an extra cable or cables. With no communication network in place to verify what the specific pulse is, the opportunities for error are endless. The system is also susceptible to uncontrollable influences like voltage spikes or lightning. This can cause the generator to activate and run; which can cause the destruction of a home’s interior and more.

ThermaSol’s 100% digital Steam Shower System provides the only networked system that contains 100% digital communication technology. Everything connected receives and transmits information to ensure that there are no reading errors as to what the command is. Expandability is also easy; features like the Serenity Light & Music System, and the Easy Start Control can be added by simply plugging them into the equipment, and will be detected by the controls to operate accordingly. With a ThermaSol 100% digital Steam Shower System, the bath is an oasis where luxury incorporates the most advanced technology; insuring reliability, convenience and safety.

If You Can Dream It

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

This post provided by ThermaSol Steam Showers –ThermaSol.com

When it comes to your home spa, the best thing about it is that there’s no one “best thing.” There are about a million! The convenience, the comfort, the value, the privacy…I dare you to find a downside.

But for me, the ultimate best thing about having a home spa is what I consider the most important quality of any big investment: customization. And there’s nothing more perfect to make your own than your home spa. You want to be surrounded by elements that fit into the unique shape and design of your home, not everyone else’s.

ThermaSol’s steamshowers (http://www.thermasol.com) are about as custom as you can get in your home spa. Entering your home spa’s dimensions in their “Build Your Own Steamshower” online tool generates a base product recommendation for a steamshower unit. From there, the rest is up to you. And I’m not just talking about colors, either! (Although with 14 different finishes available on their control systems, from Polished Chrome to Black Nickel, they pretty much run the gamut of metallic and matte options.) From the light & music packages (all of which incorporate their signature No-Touch In-Shower steamhead and aromatherapy oils) to the temperature control units, the steamshower that you dream of is the steamshower you can have.

Steam Shower

Steam Shower

Already have the steamshower and want to turn up the heat? ThermaSol also offers a line of custom cut saunas, featuring their exclusive Finnish heater and western red cedar fit to order. All you provide is the floor! And like their steamshowers, ThermaSol’s saunas are designed to fit into any specific space. (All I hear is “So long basement game room…”)

Your home spa is all about you – and it should only include elements designed for your space. Whether structural or aesthetic, it’s the custom touches that will make your home spa experience all the most amazing.

Whisper Quiet Versus Potential Water Hammer?

Friday, November 6th, 2009

This post provided by ThermaSol Steam Showers – www.ThermaSol.com

Other Steam Shower Systems:

Other steam shower systems use a probe, circuit board and a solenoid valve to replace the water in their tank. The system is complicated however it is functional but one of the most alarming issues is the potential water hammer that most certainly would take away from the relaxation that a steam bath provides. If you’ve ever had a water hammer issue in your home you know it is irritating but can you imagine it happening each time the solenoid opens to refill the water while trying to relax in your steam bath?

ThermaSol Steam Shower System:
Since ThermaSol units do not use a solenoid valve to replace the water boiled away there is no potential for water hammer, none. This allows the steam bath experience to be what it was designed to be; a relaxing getaway that allows you to rejuvenate from the daily pressures we face in a world that appears to move faster every day.

Summary: ThermaSol generators stand alone for their quiet efficiency.
1. No solenoid valves to replace the water thereby eliminating any potential for water hammer.
2. There is nothing in a ThermaSol generator to take away from the relaxing, rejuvenating experience; whisper quiet.

The Luxury Steam Shower

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

ThermasolControlSince the inception of the basic shower, major advancements have been made in showers and now we are at the point where your household shower can also be a steam shower. Modern steam shower generators are so technologically advanced that they don’t even need to be installed in the bathroom, they can be placed in the basement or a closet, and then the steam can be run to the bathroom.

This luxury is now affordable for nearly all homeowners, with ThermaSol now producing affordable steam shower generators that start at around $850 for SteamSuite models. The extremely high-end, residential steam generators will cost you around $4500, but these generators are able to provide steam for a 1150 cubic foot steam room (a steam room that measures 7 feet tall x 12 feet wide x 13.5 feet long!).

Adding amenities to your steam shower is a great way to make your steam shower even more luxurious. Adding an aromatherapy steam shower head, chromatherapy light system, music system, waterproof telephone or TV makes your steam shower even more luxurious than you could imagine.

The decor for your steam room can be designed for any style or design. You can create a simple, traditional steam shower enclosure that will blend with traditional motifs, or you can create a modern, cutting edge design with tinted or colored glass, black stone or tile with modern lighting and decor.

Some of the steam shower features and add-ons you should keep an eye out for include the FastStart feature that will provide you with steam in seconds; manual or automatic PowerFlush; SmartSteam which is a technology that helps save energy through internal temperature program controls; LED touch screen steam shower and remote controls; steam shower speakers; light and music systems or even built in FM radios, input sources for MP3 players, CDs, DVDs, TV, or satellite radio.

These impressive features, added with the affordable cost of the steam showers make upgrading to a steam shower a no brainer if you are remodeling or outfitting a new bathroom. A steam shower will certainly be a luxury you won’t soon regret!

Adding a Steam Shower to Your Home Spa

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

One of the best things to incorporate into your home spa is a steam shower. A steam shower will allow you to steam away your stress and anxiety.  Even though the Home Spa has become increasingly luxurious and exclusive, they don’t always have to be. Even back in Roman times, people relied on steam baths as a way to relax, unwind and escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Now, nearly everyone can have their own steam shower added to their home spa as they are becoming much more affordable. One such steam shower is the SteamSuite Series by Thermasol. (Visit the SteamSuite website at www.SteamSuite.com or ThermaSol at www.ThermaSol.com).

Steam showers have always been the must have amenity of the luxury bathroom and price points have kept many homeowners from incorporating a steam element into their own shower, despite their track record of promoting wellness, relaxation, rejuvenation and removing toxins from the body.  Now you can purchase a ThermaSol SteamSuite Basic Package for as little as $894. These new and affordable steam shower systems will surely appeal to homeowners who are looking to improve their master bath or home spa.

To install a steam shower system all you have to do is put your generator somewhere, whether it be under the vanity, in a closet, or even in the basement; then run your lines to the shower where you will install the steam shower controls and steam head. Here is a basic diagram that shows the basics of the installation. (More installation information here: Installing a Steam Shower).

steam-shower-installation

A steam shower is very easy to use and only requires you push a simple button to activate the steam. Once you push the steam shower button you will have steam in seconds, and there are even additional features and products you can get for your steam shower such as a music and light chromatherapy system or aromatherapy scents designed specifically for your steam shower head.  It’s no wonder why steam showers are becoming so popular in the home bathroom.

New ThermaSol SteamSuite Series

Thursday, June 11th, 2009
Steam Suite Plus Controls

Steam Suite Plus Controls

The new ThermaSol SteamSuite Basic Package and ThermaSol SteamSuite Plus Package are new to the market and are affordable steam shower systems that are designed to appeal to all homeowners. The Basic Package includes a Deluxe Steamhead, Time and Temperature Control, and five year “no questions asked” warranty. The price range is $1,099 – $1,760, depending on the size of the shower. The steam generator can be plumbed 50 feet away from the shower enclosure and the system ensures constant steam at a constant rate.

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