4211-82-G 08-01-14 7014132 314 SKSM 104 K
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Page 7
Sauna (10 - 15 min.)
Shower or swim
Rest (10 - 15 min.)
Relax with juice or water
You liked it?
Do it once again and
you will feel great.
SECTION 8: HIGH LIMIT CONTROL (RESET BUTTON)
SECTION 9: HOW TO TAKE A SAUNA
SECTION 7: OPERATION, Continued
MODEL SC-CLUB CONTROL PANEL, UL Number 19 - 8 - 17 ( Attendant
Present Control, Thermostat Only ) This control panel has a main on/off
switch, an electronic thermostat, and a sauna light switch. A pilot lamp in
the main on/off switch indicates when the sauna heater is on; and a pilot
lamp in the sauna light switch indicates when the sauna light is on.
SETTING THE TEMPERATURE: The temperature can be adjusted by
turning the thermostat knob. To raise the temperature, turn the knob
clockwise; to lower the temperature, turn the knob counter-clockwise.
TO START: To start the heater, turn on the main switch. To stop the heater,
turn the main switch off. This control panel is made for commercial use
with an attendant present to monitor the sauna bather's safety.
Light Switch: Use the light switch to turn the sauna room light on and off.
The sauna heater has a built-in high limit control, which automatically turns
off the heater if the temperature inside in the sauna room rises to an
abnormally high level.
To restart the heater, let the heater cool and turn the timer down to zero
(off), then push the reset button on the bottom of the heater, see Diagram 1.
If the high limit continually shuts off the heater, refer to Section 13 about
• When taking a sauna, allow time to relax completely.
• Remove clothing and jewelry...if required, wear a towel loosely.
• After 10 minutes or when perspiration begins, leave sauna and relax in
dressing area...follow with a cool shower.
• Cooling time should equal time spent in sauna. Enter sauna room again
and stay 5 or 10 minutes.
• Repeat the cycle 2 or 3 times; end with a brisk shower...rinse in cool
• Dress when completely dry and perspiration has stopped.
• Some sauna bathers enjoy the soothing effect of steam by splashing
water on the heated sauna rocks. Use only one dipper full (approx. ½
cup) at a time and take care to keep clear of the steam as it rises off the
• Do not smoke, exercise or drink alcoholic beverages in the sauna room.
• Do not pour chlorinated pool or spa water on the heater or corrosion
damage may result.