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My "heater" is an old propane tank that has been cut to 30" long and a door installed on the open end. A chimney hole cut into the top on the other end. The heater is placed through the sauna wall with the door that opens into a small room where I keep the wood and feed the fire. I filled in around the heater with pieces of block and mortar sealing the wall. I kept the header about 16" above the heater. I have had the sauna reach 110 degrees. Way too hot, but my kids wanted to see what temperatures they could take. Good luck and if you have more questions feel free to contact me.
i HAVE HAD A SAUNA FOR 30 YEARS AND IT IS HEATED WITH WOOD. i HAD BEEN IN ELECTRIC SAUNAS BEFORE THAT AND THEY WERE COLD AT THE FEET LEVEL IN THE DEAD OF WINTER. i WOULD RECOMEND A WOOD FIRED SAUNA
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I cut it on the stove with the exhaust fan going and I don't have any "fumes"