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Infrared Heaters - How to Build a Portable Infrared Sauna
27 December 2011 12:15 AM - [ post comment ]


Sauna infrared heaters are usually a very old finished tradition that is much more popular and used by many infrared heater users all over the world. There are also some modern saunas that are usually heated by various kinds of infrared heaters. Infrared heaters works by heating the people or the objects and not he sauna itself.


There are many ways on how to build a portable infrared sauna. Purchase a small tent that will serve as the house for the sauna in which the infrared heaters are mounted. Most of the tent sauna are common to many campers all over the world. Provide an outlet that requires the power of the infrared heaters then provide a seating for the portable sauna. You must also close all the windows and doors and then turn on the infrared unit on. Try to leave a small opening for fresh air then you may now enjoy the sauna.


Comment by Anonymous on 19 February 2012 1:25 PM
Thanks for sitoppng by and the kind words Merrill. It took me a while but I did find the Official records for the Salem Lutheran Cemetery. To say the best, it was a mess. I did finally sort it all out and entered all the names that were in the records into my data base which I am sure you have seen on this site. I just checked and there is no Daniel Price. That doesn't mean that he isn't buried there, but there are no records of it. I can't give you the name of the person with the records because I'm sure you won't get a response from him. He isn't a computer person and not even the person that is supposed to have the records. It is a mess to say the least.If I remember correctly, and I'm not sure I do, in the oldest part of the cemetery they aren't even sure where the graves are so they don't bury anyone there. I'm not sure about that though. Originally there was a church at the front of the area and but it is long gone.Yes, a number of the stones are just piled up. They were just thrown every which way between two trees. My wife and I took them all out of the pile, cleaned them, took photos and then piled them back neatly rather than in a heap.I'm sorry I can't be of more help.Thanks again for sitoppng by.Bob Jones