Sauna Cabin 9.2 m2
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This Sauna cabin 9.2 m2 with a changing room is optimal for a small circle of friends, 5–7 people can bath in it. This sauna cabin looks the same as Sauna cabin 9.2 m2 (without a changing room) from the outside. However the interior of the cabin is divided into two zones: the dressing room and the sauna.

Standard Set

  • 2 hexagon double glass windows
  • Changing room bench with a cushion
  • Doors with a lock and a hexagon window
  • Heat-resistant plates for the heater/stove;
  • Inside glass doors between a sauna room and a changing room
  • Insulated roof panels over the sauna room
  • Roof covered with bitumen shingles of your selected color;
  • Safety fence for the heater/stove;
  • Sauna benches;
  • Two rooms inside: a sauna room and a changing room
  • Wall - floor - roof panels

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Sauna Cabin 9.2 m2 with changing room Product sheet HotBarrel.pdf

The cabin is made of six roof parts, six walls (two of them are with hexagonal double glazed windows), wooden doors, wide sauna benches and an interior glass door. There is an electric or a wood-fired heater in the centre of the sauna. We recommend wood-fired heater with external firewood feeding, so that heater can be filled with solid fuel in the dressing room and not sauna (therefore the heat is retained in the sauna). For safe bathing, there is a protective fence built near to the heater. Also, there are two-tier wide sauna benches along two walls of the sauna. The sauna cabin is lockable, and at the entrance, there is a small porch with a roof.

The sauna cabin is delivered to the customer fully complete, with detailed assembly instructions and drawings, and packed on two pallets (KIT). Two people can easily assemble Sauna Cabin in 7 hours.

Size of pallets (L x W x H): 2.4 x 1.2 x 2.5 m + 2.5 x 1.2 x 2.1 m; total weight: 1450 kg.

Available roof colours:

mida shingles(1)

Wood burning stoves, chimney KITS and electrical heaters:


Saunas typically take 30-40 minutes to heat up. The recommended temperature is 80-90º C. The thermometer should be located at head level in the sauna. It should be located away from the heater or the door so it will not give a false reading.

Enjoy the many health benefits of relaxing heat in your own Sauna Cabin just remember that staying in the hot Sauna for long periods of time makes the body temperature rise, which may be dangerous. The recommended time inside a Sauna Cabin is from 10 to 15 minutes. Take a five-minute break and then repeat. Also, you should keep safety instructions and keep away from the stove when it is hot.

Never throw water on the stones when there are people near the stove, because hot steam may burn their skin. Be very careful when moving in the Sauna, as the benches and floors may be slippery. Do not hang clothes to dry in the Sauna, as this may cause a risk of fire. Also check your body for any metal (jewellery and zippers, for example) in order to prevent it from burning your body when it quickly heats up in the facility. We strongly recommend shouldn’t use the Sauna to pregnant women and neither should young children.


As wood is a natural material, it can change through time. Cracks of various sizes, changes of the colour as well as a structure of the wood are not the errors, but a feature of a wood. Natural wood (not impregnated) becomes greyish after having been left untouched for a while. Later it can turn blue and get covered with the mould. Therefore, you should immediately impregnate the wood to protect the products.

We strongly recommend that you impregnate the door and windows with a wood impregnation agent both the inside and outside of them because the doors and windows can become twisted otherwise. In general, we recommend consulting a specialist regarding the paints suitable for an unprocessed softwood and follow the manufacturers’ of paints instructions. Properly painting the Sauna Cabin will extend its lifetime. Besides that, we suggest you thoroughly inspecting the Cabin every six months and checking if it needs re-painting or else.

It’s NOT advisable to paint the sauna walls before assembling it – this is best done when the sauna has been already assembled and when the weather is fine. However, if you wish to paint some parts of different colors, this should be done before the sauna is assembled.