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AK Series w/K60 Control Owners Manual page 2
SECTION 1A: STEAM GENERATOR OVERVIEW
SECTION 1B: STEAM GENERATOR OVERVIEW - CELSIUS AND 24 HOUR OPTIONS
The standard K60 model steam generator control
features an adjustable 60 minute time and tem-
perature control with digital display. The actual
room temperature and time remaining are alter-
nately displayed every 5 seconds. The primary
control can be mounted either inside or outside
the steam room and an optional secondary
control is available to mount in an alternate
location. The temperature can be adjusted in a
range between 100 degrees and 125 degrees
Fahrenheit with an initial default of 120 degrees.
Once the set temperature is reached the ''soft
steam'' feature automatically engages cutting
steam production back to a single element to
provide softer billowing steam during more of
the steam bath. If the steam room temperature
drops more than 5 degrees both elements will
automatically engage.
As an option your K60 control can be ordered
with a Celsius and/or 24 hour timer in place of the
Fahrenheit and 60 m inute standard. The Celsius
option's adjustable temperature range is be-
tween 38 degrees and 52 degrees Celsius, with
an initial default of 49 degrees. The 24 hour timer
option is adjustable in 1 hour increments from 1
to 24 hours. Other features of the K60 control
should operate as described in section 2 below
with the above noted exceptions.
SECTION 2: OPERATION OF YOUR K60 CONTROL
1. Be sure the power circuit and water supply to
the generator are on.
2. Press the ON/OFF button on the control until
the temperature is displayed.
3. The generator should produce steam in 5 to 10
minutes and will turn off automatically in 60
minutes or less depending on the set time. The
control will alternately display time remaining
and the actual temperature at the sensor in your
steam room every 5 seconds.
4. To change the time setting press and hold the
TIME button on the control. Continuing to hold
the button will cause the time to increase in 5
minute increments from the prior setting. At 60
minutes the time setting will scroll backwards to
5 minutes. To shut down the generator press the
ON/OFF button.
5. To change the preset temperature setting
press and hold the TEMP button on the control.
While continuing to hold the button, the tempera-
ture display will increase in 1 degree increments
from the prior setting to 125 degrees Fahrenheit.
At 125 degrees Fahrenheit the temperature set-
ting will decrease in 1 degree increment to the
lowest setting, 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
6. The TIME and TEMP set points are remem-
bered by the K60 for your next bath unless power
to the steam generator is lost.
SECTION 3: TAKING A STEAMBATH
1. Wait for the steam room to reach a comfort-
able temperature.
2. Remove clothing and jewelry.
3. Enter the steam room and close the door to
prevent steam from escaping.
4. Relax and enjoy the warm steam releasing
tense muscles and refreshing the entire body.
5. If your steam room has a shower a pleasant
experience can be achieved by taking a warm
shower with the steam.
6. After a steambath a warm shower will give you
a feeling of relaxation and is conducive to a good
night’s rest. A cold shower will refresh you and
is a good way to start a busy day or prepare you
for an evening out.
SECTION 4: MAINTENANCE OF YOUR AK STEAM GENERATOR
SECTION 4: MAINTENANCE OF YOUR AK STEAM GENERATOR
The steam generator, steam head, fittings and
plumbing connections should be inspected regu-
larly for water leaks and damage. The AK steam
generator is equipped with a manual drain valve
for flushing sedim ents from the generator tank.
This procedure should be scheduled monthly or
more often depending on local water conditions
and steam bath usage.
Flushing Procedures:
1. The generator should be cool.
2. Press the control ON.
3. Open the manual drain valve.
4. The unit will drain without heating the water.
5. Allow the water to run for a full 10 minutes.
6. Push the control OFF. When the water stops
flowing out the drain, close the manual drain
valve.
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