Instructions of massage steam cabin



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INSTALLATION

AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

OF MASSAGE STEAM CABIN

AMAZON


TECHNICAL DATA


CABIN TYPE AMAZON

SERIAL NUMBER ..........................

HYDROMASSAGE SYSTEM ..........................

HEIGHT ca. 2260 [mm]

WIDTH 1450x1020 [mm]

NUMBER OF NOZZLES ..........................

SUPPLY WATER PRESSURE 2,5-5,0*105 Pa [2,5 - 5,0 bar]

VOLTAGE / FREQUENCY (V/Hz) 230V AC / 50Hz

SCOPE OF PROTECTION IP-55

TYPE OF DUTY S1

RATED POWER .........................

LIGHTING 12V/20W



CONTENTS


TECHNICAL DATA 2

I.WARRANTY CONDITIONS 4

II.ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 5

III.CABIN INSTALLATION 6

IV.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OF AMAZON STEAM MASSAGE CABIN 24

V.MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR. 35


  1. WARRANTY CONDITIONS





  1. The producer of massage cabins, Technic Industry Sp. z o.o. grants its customers a 12 month warranty for a cabin and massage systems and provides post-warranty service. A lamp bulb is not covered with a warranty.




  1. The producer grants a 5-year warranty for the colour and the gloss of an acrylic surface providing maintenance instructions specified in item V are followed.




  1. The warranty will be valid if the following conditions are fulfilled:




  • assembly and connection to the water supply network and electric supply have been carried out by by Technic Industry or by an assembly company authorized by them;

  • the cabin is maintained properly (see item V);

  • water supplied to the cabin fulfils Polish Standards concerning drinking water.




  1. Faults or damages of the product found during the warranty period will be repaired free of charge on the previously settled date. All repairs will be carried out at the Customer's place.




  1. A claim will be considered if the warranty card is valid.




  1. The Seller should be notified of faults and damages that have been noticed.




  1. The customer may have the product replaced if:




  • the fault of acrylic cannot be repaired;

  • during the warranty period the same sub-assembly has already been repaired and the repaired product still has faults making it impossible to use.




  1. The customer will lose the warranty if:




  1. the equipment is damaged mechanically;

  2. the cabin surface is damaged mechanically;

  3. the electronic control system has been repaired or changed by unauthorized persons;

  4. other equipment has been installed on cabin elements;

  5. improper cleaning agents have been used to clean and maintenance the cabin (only gentle liquids which include neither caustic or abrasive agents nor acetone or ammonia can be used).
  1. ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS



1. Transport
The cabin should be transported in an original producer's packaging. The cabin will be delivered in parts. While carrying the cabin hold it by acrylic elements. It is not allowed to use pipes and lines of the massage system as holders.
2. Location
A place where the cabin is to be installed should have:


  1. appropriate dimensions

  2. 230V a.c. connected (minimum section area of 3 x 1.5mm2)

Warning! The supply cable should be connected through a differential current switch of a current characteristic of In 0.03A;

  1. hot and cold water service line (the water pressure of 2.5 x 10 Pa (2.5 bars) should be guaranteed; otherwise the hydro-massage system will not operate)

  2. sewage system terminal

  3. connection to a ventilating shaft

  4. leveled foundation; walls should be leveled perfectly and the corner angle should be 90 (thus it will be possible to fit the cabin door and achieve the proper appearance)

  5. proper ventilation

  6. facilities to fix the cabin to walls.



  1. CABIN INSTALLATION

Cabin installation should be performed as follows (see also Installation Instruction):




  1. connection of separate elements,

  2. sealing of joints,

  3. installation of cabin systems,

  4. connection to outside systems (water supply, sewage system, power supply, ventilation shaft),

  5. installation and sealing of cabin door,

  6. tests.

Cabin installation and connection to outside systems should be performed by Technic Industry or an authorised installing company. If installation and connection of the cabin is performed by unauthorised companies, guarantee shall be cancelled.


Cabin connection to outside systems

1 – HOT WATER TERMINAL

2 – COLD WATER TERMINAL

3 – SEWAGE SYSTEM OUTLET



Fig. 1 – Connection of Amazon cabin.
NOTE: Supply cable should be attached at the corner.

Prior to installation of separate elements of the cabin:




  • the paddling pool should be levelled in the right place,

  • the paddling pool should not adhere to the wall, so that enough space is left to perform installation.



  1. Connection of separate elements of the cabin.

The following cabin elements should be joined: paddling pool – cabin walls – upper covering. (Fig. 2).



1 – paddling pool

2 – side walls

3 – back wall

4 – upper covering




Fig. 2. Elements of AMAZON cabin.
The following activities should be performed:

  • place the cabin walls on the paddling pool and check if the openings for screws in the paddling pool and walls are adjusted;

  • in order to seal the joint, remove the walls and put silicone of ca. 3 mm in diameter in the place marked in Fig. 3;



Fig. 3. Sealing of joint between the paddling pool and walls.


  • put some silicone between the vertical ridges of the cabin walls;

  • place the walls on the paddling pool again and join them by means of M6 screws;

  • similarly, place the upper covering on the top of the cabin and join it with the cabin walls by means of M6 screws.




  1. Sealing of joints.

After joining the paddling pool with the cabin walls, their joint surfaces should be sealed once more from the inside.




  1. Installation of cabin systems.

    1. Installation of cabin system OVS-K3.



Fig. 4 – Hydraulic system scheme of Amazon cabin in OVS-K3 system. (Hydro-massage nozzles produced by Technic Industry)


Fig. 5 – Hydraulic system scheme of Amazon cabin in OVS-K3 system. (Hydro-massage nozzles produced by Hansgrohe)

    1. Central shower installation.

  • Through the opening in the upper cover, the water supply hose should be driven (Ø10 mm) and attached to the upper (free) mouth of the T-pipe by means of a hose clip. See Fig. 4., Fig. 5. and Fig. 6.




Fig. 6. Central shower supply.


    1. Back massage nozzles installation.

  • Connect the hose supplying water for the back massage (Ø10 mm) to the upper (free) nozzle mouths by means of a hose clip. See Fig. 4, 5. and 7.




Fig. 7. Back massage supply installation.

    1. Feet massage nozzles installation.

  • Connect the hose supplying water for feet massage (Ø10 mm) with the nozzle mouth by means of a hose clip. See Fig. 4,5 and 8.




Fig. 8. Feet massage supply installation.


    1. Nape of the neck massage nozzles Installation.

  • Connect the hose supplying water for nape of the neck massage (Ø10 mm) with the left (free) nozzle mouth by means of a hose clip. See Fig. 4,5 and 9.




Fig. 9. Nape of the neck massage supply Installation.


    1. Steam generator supply installation.

  • Perform installation in accordance with Fig. 4,5 and 10.




Fig. 10. Steam generator supply installation.

    1. Steam generator nozzle supply installation.

  • Perform installation in accordance with Fig. 4,5 and 11.




Fig. 11. Steam generator nozzle supply installation.


    1. Steam generator drainage installation.

  • Connect a small drainage hose joining paddling pool water seal with steam generator (Fig. 12) to the free output of electric valve of the steam generator (Fig. 12).




Fig. 12. Drainage hose linking paddling pool water seal with steam generator.


    1. Connection of cabin lighting and temperature sensor power supply

  • Draw cable bunch of cabin lighting and temperature sensor power supply through an opening in the upper part of cabin (Fig. 13). Draw cables through empty insulation glands of main system control box and connect it to suitable terminals according to Fig. 15.:

LIGHT – lighting

TEMP – temperature sensor




Fig. 13. Openings for cables feeding lamps and temperature sensor.


    1. Electric control system panel installation.

  • Drive the cable through the opening between walls and connect it to the main control box in accordance with Fig. 14. and 15. (through the free insulation choke in the control box).




Fig. 14. Opening between walls for control panel cables.


    1. Electric valve power supply installation.




  • Connect the electric valve cables with the electric power box in accordance with Fig. 16 (through the free insulation choke in the control box).




Fig. 15. Cabin System OVS-K3 electric diagram.



Fig. 16. Cabin System OVS-K3 + FM Radio electric diagram.


    1. Installation of cabin system OVS-K2




Fig. 16 – Hydraulic system scheme of Amazon cabin in OVS-K2 system. (Hydro-massage nozzles produced by Technic Industry)



Fig. 17 – Hydraulic system scheme of Amazon cabin in OVS-K2 system. (Hydro-massage nozzles produced by Hansgrohe)


  1. Central shower connection.

  • Draw a hose (Ø10 mm) supplying central shower with water through an opening in the part covering cabin and connect it according to a scheme (Fig. 16, Fig. 17) with output of 5-output distributor marked with number 3. Protect the connection with pressure band.



Fig. 18 – SITEC 5-output distributor

  1. Hydro-massage nozzle connection.

  • Connect sections of hydro-massage nozzles using flexible hoses with outputs of 5-output distributor according to scheme on Fig. 15, or Fig. 16. Protect the connection with pressure bands.




  1. Steam generator supply installation.

  • Perform installation in accordance with Fig. 16, 17 and Fig. 10




  1. Steam generator nozzle supply installation.

  • Perform installation in accordance with Fig. 16, 17. and Fig. 11.




  1. Steam generator drainage installation.

  • Connect a small drainage hose linking paddling pool water seal with steam generator to the free output of electric valve of the steam generator (see Fig. 16, 17 and 12).




  1. Connection of cabin lighting and temperature sensor power supply

  • Draw cable bunch of cabin lighting and temperature sensor power supply through an opening in the upper part of cabin (Fig. 13). Draw cables through empty insulation glands of main system control box and connect it to suitable terminals according to Fig. 19:

LIGHT – lighting

TEMP – temperature sensor




Fig. 19. Electric diagram of OVS-K2 cabin system.

  1. Electric control system panel Installation.

  • Drive the cable through the opening between walls and connect it to the main control box in accordance with Fig. 13. and Fig. 19. (through the free insulation choke in the control box).




    1. Installation of cabin system OVS-K1



Fig. 20 – Hydraulic system scheme of Amazon cabin in OVS-K1 system. (Hydro-massage nozzles produced by Technic Industry)



Fig. 21 – Hydraulic system scheme of Amazon cabin in OVS-K1 system. (Hydro-massage nozzles produced by Hansgrohe)

  1. Central shower installation.

  • Draw a hose (Ø10 mm) supplying central shower with water through an opening in the part covering cabin and connect it according to a scheme (Fig. 16, Fig. 17) with output of 5-output distributor marked with number 3. Protect the connection with pressure band.

  1. Hydro-massage nozzle connection.

  • Connect sections of hydro-massage nozzles using flexible hoses with outputs of 5-output distributor according to scheme on Fig. 15, or Fig. 16. Protect the connection with pressure bands.


3.4. „Starry sky” connection (optional for OVS-K2 and OVS-K3 systems).

  1. light pipes version

- connect optical fibre collector to „starry sky” lamp frame (Fig. 22).

Fig. 22 – „Starry sky” connection


Realise connection according to a scheme on Fig. 23 to 28

Fig. 23 –OVS-K3 system + “starry sky”- light pipes



Fig. 24 –OVS-K3 system + “starry sky”- light pipes + Radio FM



Fig. 25 –OVS-K2 system + “starry sky”- light pipes




  1. LEDs version

Fig. 26 –OVS-K3 system + “starry sky”- LEDs



Fig. 27 –OVS-K3 system + “starry sky”- LEDs + Radio FM



Fig. 28 –OVS-K2 system + “starry sky”- LEDs




  1. Outside installation connection.

  1. Water supply system connection.

  • Cabin is equipped with valves cutting off water and filters located on shower base frame. After cabin installation, connect filter outputs and thermostatic battery output using supplied hoses.

  • Connect hoses supplying hot and cold portable water to valve terminals (½’’) according to markings on filters:

    • Red – hot water

    • blue – cold water



Connect filter outputs with thermostatic battery inputs


Draw supply hoses here


Fig. 29 – Connection of water supply filters

  1. Sewage system connection.

Realise sewage system connection in a standard way – Ø50 mm connection.


  1. Connection of electric system earth conductors.

Connect earth conductor terminals on a shower base frame in a clearly indicated place:

  • Control box earth

  • Battery earth

  • Steam generator frame earth.

NOTE! Aluminium cabin frame needs to be grounded.

  1. Electric system connection.

Electric system connection needs to be realised according to EN 60335 1 standard. It should be realised in a permanent way, i.e. end of power supply cable cannot end as a plug and then be connected to socket.

The following type of equipment needs to be used in this installation:



  • 20A fuse

  • two-polar switch

  • 3x1,5 mm2 power supply cable

  • electric switch-gear protected with various-current switch of In0,03A.

Note! Cabin is equipped with a power supply cable of the following colours:

  • L phase cable : brown

  • N zero cable : blue

  • protecting cable : yellow-green.

  1. Ventilation system connection.

Ventilation grating (or gratings) placed in the top of the cabin connects with air duct shown beneath on the photo.


The air duct

The outlet of the air duct

On the air duct’s outlet should be put the sewer with diameter 100mm –like on the photo below. Connection should be secured with a clamp. The sewer should be connected to domestic ventilation system.




Elastic sewer 100mm



  1. Installation of cabin door.

  • Put some silicone into the groove of the “U” section of the cabin door (Fig. 30);



Fig. 30– Sealing of the “U” section of the cabin door

  • Attach the “U” section to the cabin wall by means of M6 screws (Fig. 31);



Rys.31– Attaching the “U” section to the cabin wall


  • slide the door of the cabin into the attached sections;

  • seal with silicone the ridge between the bottom section of the door and the ridge of the paddling pool.




  1. Testing.

Tests should be performed by subsequent operation of individual functions (manual and electric). The description of functions of individual systems is included in the operating instructions.
  1. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OF AMAZON STEAM MASSAGE CABIN


  1. Operating information

Massage and steam cabins are sanitary electric devices used for hydro-massage, provided with steam baths. The cabin should not be treated as a typical shower cabin, although one of its functions is shower. Beside their typical functions cabins are used for relaxing and therapeutic massage of the whole body.

Users are asked to follow recommendations included in this instruction (otherwise the warranty may be cancelled). Thus break-downs may be avoided and effective operation will be possible.


The producer will not be liable for damages resulted from using the cabin in a way contrary to the operation instruction.

  1. Cabin elements

The cabin consists of:

  • paddling pool,

  • cover of the paddling pool,

  • back wall,

  • 2 side walls,

  • door of chilled glass,

  • upper part, covering the cabin.

Individual parts are screwed together with screws and joints are sealed with silicone. The cabin is provided with a control panel fixed to the cabin wall.



  1. Hydro massage systems

OVS-K1 SYSTEM

  • thermostatic battery

  • hand shower

  • central shower

  • neck massage

  • standing massage

  • sitting massage

Cabin is equipped with thermostatic batter and all its functions are available manually.



Fig. 32 – cabin function control in OVS-K1 system.

1 – thermostat

2 – function selection: hand shower / central shower / neck massage / sitting massage / standing massage

OVS-K2 SYSTEM




  • thermostatic battery

  • hand shower

  • central shower

  • neck massage

  • standing massage

  • sitting massage

  • cold water cascade

  • gravitational ventilation

Electric control includes:

  • halogen lighting

  • steam generator

  • max. power consumption – 2800 W




Fig. 33 – cabin function control in OVS-K2 system.

1 – cold water cascade valve

2 – thermostat

3 – function selection: hand shower / central shower / neck massage / sitting massage / standing massage


OVS-K3 SYSTEM


  • thermostatic battery

  • cold water cascade

  • gravitational ventilation

  • hand shower

Electric control includes:

  • central shower

  • neck massage

  • standing massage

  • sitting massage

  • feet massage

  • scottish massage

  • halogen lighting

  • steam generator

  • max. power consumption – 2800 W



Fig. 34 – cabin function control in OVS-K2 system,.

1 – cold water cascade valve

2 – thermostat

3 – function selection: central shower / electric control




  1. System description.


4.1. OVS-K1 system.
Cabin is equipped with two showers:

  • hand – „ear-phone”

  • central – located in upper part covering cabin

and:

  • nozzle system for neck and back hydro-massage.

Selected shower and hydro-massage are both mechanically connected by positioning the switch handwheel in a suitable place. Label on switch sign denotes current function (Fig. 35).

Water temperature regulation can be changed by thermostatic battery handwheel.


Massage in sitting position


Neck massage


Central shower


Hand shower


Massage in sitting position

Fig. 35. Manual change of functions in OVS-K1 and OVS-K2 systems

4.2. OVS-K2 system.
Cabin is equipped with two showers:


  • hand – „ear-phone”

  • central – located in upper part covering cabin

and:

  • nozzle system for neck and back hydro-massage

  • cold water cascade

  • gravitational ventilation

and electric control:

  • halogen lighting

  • steam generator

Selected shower and hydro-massage are both mechanically connected by positioning the switch handwheel in a suitable place. Label on switch sign denotes current function (Fig. 35).

Water temperature regulation can be changed by thermostatic battery handwheel.

Switching lighting on and off as well as steam generator programming is realised by control board buttons (Fig. 36.).


Fig. 36. Control panel of OVS-K2 system
Description of functions

Display to show the temperature inside the cabin.



STATE diodes inform on the mode of the steamer:






This button switches the cabin light on or off.

When the steamer is ready (standby mode - green STATE diode is lit), the mode of programming the steam bath temperature may be chosen. Push the STEAM button once - a flickering stem bath temperature shall be displayed. Change its value with buttons HIGHER/LOWER (+/-) to the required temperature value within the range 35 C-50 C and push the STEAM button again to confirm it. Then the mode will be changed from programming to working mode (Both STATE diodes are lit).

You may change the required temperature pushing +/- buttons during the working mode. The selected value will be confirmed automatically in 3 seconds from the last push of one of those buttons. When the required temperature is reached, a sound signal will be given.

Push the STEAM button for the third time to stop the system keeping the required temperature and stop the steamer work. The diodes are switched off and the steamer self-cleaning begins. Another start is possible after the steamer becomes ready (the green STATE diode is lit).


4.3. OVS-K3 system.
Cabin is equipped with electric control of:

  • central shower

  • body massage in standing position

  • back massage

  • neck massage

  • feet massage

  • scottish massage

  • halogen lighting

  • steam generator





Fig. 37. Touch panel of OVS K3 system.
Description of functions




Display to show the temperature inside the cabin.



When the steamer is ready (standby mode - green STATE diode is lit), the mode of programming the steam bath temperature may be chosen. Push the STEAM button once - a flickering stem bath temperature shall be displayed. Change its value with buttons HIGHER/LOWER (+/-) to the required temperature value within the range 35 C-50 C and push the STEAM button again to confirm it. Then the mode will be changed from programming to working mode (Both STATE diodes are lit).

You may change the required temperature pushing +/- buttons during the working mode. The selected value will be confirmed automatically in 3 seconds from the last push of one of those buttons. When the required temperature is reached, a sound signal will be given.

Push the STEAM button for the third time to stop the system keeping the required temperature and stop the steamer work. The diodes are switched off and the steamer self-cleaning begins. Another start is possible after the steamer becomes ready (the green STATE diode is lit).






This button switches the cabin light on or off.



Central shower



The button starts back massage in seating position.



The button starts back massage in standing position.



Neck massage



Feet massage



The button switches on Scottish massage.

The Scottish massage function is available for back massage in standing and seating position as well as for neck massage.

After switching on one of the chosen massages you ought to press the button that starts Scottish massage.

There are seven buttons available for three massages mentioned above and programs P6 and P7 are approachable for back massage in standing and seating position.


Programs of Scottish massage

Hot water (6s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (1s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (1s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (1s)  Break (1s)


Hot water (10s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (2s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (2s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (2s)  Break (1s)



Hot water (1s)  Break (1s)  Hot water (1s)  Break (1s)  Hot water (1s)  Break (1s)  Hot water (1s)  Break (1s)  Hot water (1s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (1s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (1s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (1s)  Break (1s) Cold water (1s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (1s)  Break (1s)



Hot water (1s)  Break (1s)  Hot water (1s)  Break (1s)  Hot water (1s)  Break (1s)  Hot water (1s)  Break (1s)  Hot water (1s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (1s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (1s)  Break (1s)  Cold water (1s)  Break (1s)



Hot water (5s)  Cold water (2s)



Hot water on section 1 (3s)  Break (1s)  Hot water on section 2 (3s)  Break (1s)  Cold water on section 1 (3s)  Break (1s)  Cold water on section 2 (3s)  Break (1s)




Hot water on section 1 (4s)  Break (1s)  Hot water on section 2 (4s)  Break (1s)  Cold water on section 1 (4s)  Break (1s)  Cold water on section 2 (4s)  Break (1s)




  1. Steering the cabin with the remote control

Cabin Amazon in system OVS - K 3 equipped with the remote control



switch on the massage and - on the display marking symbol appears the given kind of massage:

– massage in the sitting position

– massage in the standing position

– neck massage

– feet massage

pulsating massage

With OVS K3 system that includes Scottish massage option instead of pulsating massage the Scottish massage symbol appears.



– Scottish massage





switch on / off massage in the standing position



switch on / off the central shower



switch on / off the cabin light






switch off massage functions

switch off the steamer and the Alarm is on








switch on / off the steamer








during steam bathing the buttoms serve to regulate the temperature of steam bath in range 35 ÷ 50 ° C

if steam bath is not used, pressing button „▲" setting in mode of pulsating massage break-time in range 1÷3 seconds, however pressing button „▼" setting in mode of pulsating massage the duration in range 1÷5 seconds

With OVSK3 System which includes Scottish massage by using „▲"or „▼" button it is possible to chose appropriate program of Scottish massage.








  1. Power generator nozzle

Power generator nozzle is of a special construction which facilitates enrichment of steam in ethereal oils or plant extracts. In order to make a steam bath with ethereal enrichment, the following activities should be performed (numeration in accordance with Fig. 38):

  • Remove the nozzle covering – item No. 3;

  • Moisten a piece of cotton-wool with a few drops and put it into the container No. 2;

  • Close the covering.




Fig. 38 – Steam engine nozzle


  1. Starry night”

Amazon cabin has an option of “starry night” halogen lighting for systems OVS-K2 and OVS K3. It can be operated by means of a light switch button on the control panel. Thus:

a) light pipes



  • the button pressed once: switching on/off of the main lighting; Symbol LO will appear on the display screen.

  • the button pressed twice: switching on/off of the “starry night” lighting; Symbol L1 will appear on the display screen.

  • the button pressed three times: switching on/off of the “starry night” lighting and a single change of colours; each following triple press of the button causes a change of colour; Symbol L2 will appear on the display screen. (Works only after starting “starry sky” first.)

  • the button pressed four times: switching on/off of the “starry night” lighting and sequential change of colours; Symbol L3 will appear on the display screen. (Works only after starting “starry sky” first.)

b) LED

  • the button pressed once: switching on/off of the main lighting; Symbol LO will appear on the display screen.

  • the button pressed twice: switching on/off of the “starry night” lighting; Symbol L1 will appear on the display screen.

  • the button pressed three times: switching on/off of the “starry night” lighting and a single change of colours; each following triple press of the button causes a change of colour; Symbol L2 will appear on the display screen. (Works only after starting “starry sky” first.)

PROGRAMS OF THE LIGHTING:


  1. Yellow

  2. Blue

  3. Green

  4. Red

  5. Yellow + Red

  6. Yellow + Green

  7. Blue + Green

  8. Blue pulse

  9. Green pulse

  10. Yellow pulse

  11. Red pulse

  12. Blue pulse -> Green pulse

  13. Blue pulse -> Yellow pulse

  14. Blue pulse -> Red pulse

  15. Green pulse -> Yellow pulse

  16. Green pulse -> Red pulse

  17. Yellow pulse -> Red pulse

  18. Blue pulse -> Green pulse -> Yellow pulse

  19. Blue pulse -> Green pulse -> Red pulse

  20. Green pulse -> Yellow pulse -> Red pulse

  21. Blue pulse -> Green pulse -> Yellow pulse -> Red pulse

  22. Red pulse -> Blue pulse -> Green pulse -> Yellow pulse

  23. Blue flash -> Green flash -> Yellow flash -> Red flash


FM Radio






ON / OFF








Serach UP / DOWN





Volume UP / DOWN


  1. MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR.


  1. You will be able to use the massage and steam cabin without problems for long time, if recommendations included in this instruction are followed and:

  • electronic systems are not poured with water

  • the cabin is kept clean

  • the acrylic surface is protected from being hit by sharp objects.

  1. Cleaning of acrylic surface

One of the main properties of sanitary acrylic is smoothness of its surface. Thanks to that it is very easy to keep the cabin clean and to remove, bacteria, limestone or iron deposits. Traditional cleaning agents are recommended. However,

  • gentle liquids which include neither caustic or abrasive agents nor acetone or ammonia can be used

  • soft rags and sponges should be used.

  1. Repair of acrylic surface

Minor scratches on the acrylic surface may be removed with the following agents:

  • polishing agents with wax, such as buffing compound for maintenance of car bodies,

  • fine-grained abrasive paper (granulation 1000, 1500, 2000) and the above-mentioned buffing compound.

  1. All wastes that may block the bottom outlet should be removed from the cabin sewer trap at least once a month.

  2. Filter cleaning in cabin water supply system.

Clean filters every 2 – 3 months, depending on frequency of cabin use. In order to do that:

  • Remove lower hiding panel

  • Turn valves on shower base frame off

  • Unscrew filter hole plugs

  • Remove gauze filtering elements and rinse with water

  • Install filters

  • Turn water supply valves on

  • Install hiding panel



Filer body


Gauze filtering element


Filter hole plug

Fig. 39 – Filter component parts
Note! Do not repair cabin electric equipment, otherwise the warranty is void.



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