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Get Back to Nature: Sanarium With Saunapur® From KLAFS

Get Back to Nature: Sanarium With Saunapur® From KLAFS

Did you know that the traditional Finnish sauna is based on the power of natural elements? Earth, Fire and Water. It’s about getting back to nature. Sauna bathing is much more commonplace up in the far North, especially as it is closer to nature than pretty much anywhere else in the world!

Picture a log cabin in the midst of a snowy landscape. Nothing beats an authentic sauna experience when you are surrounded by nature at its greatest – along with the warmth of wood combined with the heat from the sauna stones.

You can now experience this purity for yourself no matter where you are in the world with the SANARIUM with SaunaPUR® from KLAFS.


The SANARIUM® offers five different climate zones that best suit your preference in terms of temperature and humidity.


With SaunaPUR® there is just the wood, stones and water. At the press of a button, the heater switches off so that no electromagnetic radiation can interrupt the quietness of the relaxation. As the temperature drops and the infusions cause the humidity in the air to rise, the “perceived” temperature remains constant. Just sit back and relax! The Finns would say “löyly”, we would just say “SaunaPUR® is great”.

Create your own personal oasis of wellbeing. With the patented SANARIUM and SaunaPUR® by KLAFS, the humidity and temperature of your choice will be automatically adjusted.



Alongside our bespoke luxury swimming pool design and build services, we design and install KLAFS saunas, steam baths and other solutions to offer a complete health and wellness suite in order to complement your property and meet your needs.
For more information, call our expert team on +44 (0)1798 343725 or alternatively complete our online contact form.

Löyly (noun) : the hot water vapor and the consequently intensified experience of heat in sauna, usually brought about by casting some water onto the hot rocks of the sauna stove.