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Heater ModelSerial #InstallationGuideULTRA-SAUNA HEATERProudly made in USA since 1964Gas Heaters - 40,000-80,000 BTUInstallation Instructions& User ManualPO Box 636 Eagle Idaho USA. 83616T: 877.467.2862 F: 208.286.0290 [email protected] www.scandiamfg.com1

BEFORE YOU START PLEASE READ CAREFULLY·Heater must be vented to the outside of the sauna. Please consult a licensedprofessional for ventilation requirements in your area.·Heater and controls must be installed by a licensed professional·Heater controls must never be installed inside the sauna room·Heater controls should never be placed near water·Heater must be installed according to local codes.·Ensure all factory connections are tight. Wires may have come loose in shipping.·Heater should not be operated without recommended amount of rocks·Sauna door must always open outward.·Sauna door can never include a lock.·Sauna should be constructed of soft wood (i.e. clear western red cedar)·Sauna room should never have tile walls or benches·Do not treat or varnish sauna wood·Use only Scandia high density sauna rocks·The warning signs and sauna usage plaque must be displayed·Sauna room sizing is based on standard 7 foot ceiling·Do not touch the heater while in operation·Do not cover the heater·Never hose down the sauna·Never leave children unattended·Sauna bathing is not suitable for those with health problems·Sauna room must be vented according to manufacturers specifications or Scandiainstallation instructions·Heater guard must be installed2

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YOUR HEATER SHOULD INCLUDE·········Control PanelMain Heater UnitSauna RocksThermostat sensor wall cover and rock tray insertInstallation InstructionsWarning SignsBack panel assemblyBack panel flashingFlue cap or elbow/draft hood setHEATER SIZINGUltra Sauna Gas Fired HeatersModelBTU OutputMinimum Room SizeMaximum Room Size24040,000 BTU60 sq ft (5.57 sq m)88 sq ft (8.15 sq m)24540,000 BTU60 sq ft (5.57 sq m)88 sq ft (8.15 sq m)28080,000 BTU80 sq ft (7.43 sq m)240 sq ft (22.30 sq m)28580,000 BTU80 sq ft (7.43 sq m)240 sq ft (22.30 sq m)Sauna Heater Sizing·····Minimum and maximum room sizes are based on a 7 foot ceiling heightProperly sized heater will bring room temperature to desired level inapproximately 30 to 60 minutesAn undersized heater may experience instances of the heater unitoverheating and a longer time to bring the room up to temperatureThe maximum room sized is based on the heater bringing the roomtemperature from 60 to 180 in 60 minutesSauna room must be properly vented for heater to work effectively4

Rough-in Sizing guidelinesNote: Your Scandia Ultra gas sauna heatershould be installed only by a licensedelectrician and HVAC professional. Improperor unofficial installation will void warranty.ModelsHeaterABCDE240 & 245 40,00028"4"18 1/2"2 1/2"20 x 32280 & 285 80,00040"6"29"4"33" x 45"FGHJKLN8 1/4" x3 1/2" 24 1/2" 14"13 1/4"7"4"10 1/4"8"8 1/4" x5 1/2"16 1/4"12"6"12 1/4"14"32"I20"I5

Rough-in control box and interior back panel40,000 BTU Heater (240/245)Installing the back panel·······Back panel should be installed when sauna room is framed in prior to the finishing steps of the sauna roomBack panel is mounted directly to the face of the studsInsulate area between back panel and exterior wall in accordance with local codesCenterline of the flue opening must be a minimum of 17 1/2” from the side wall.Metal tabs at the bottom of the back panel must rest on the finished floor.If the interior wall material is more than 3/4” thick spacers should be placed between the stud and the backpanelAdjust intake box and flue collar to wall thickness. Walls thicker than 5 1/2” will require extensionsInstalling the control box·····Control box should be installed when sauna room is framed in prior to the finishing steps of the sauna roomControl box is mounted to the studs facing outside the room at the farthest point away from the heaterControl box should be 48” from the floor on centerPlace a nail 10” below the interior ceiling on the stud facing the sauna room. String a pull wire from the nailto the control box.25 ft of low voltage two lead wire is supplied in the control box. Run this wire from the control box to theheater intake box and through the opening in the side of the box80,000 BTU Heater (280/285)Installing the back panel·······Back panel should be installed when sauna room is framed in prior to the finishing steps of the sauna roomBack panel is mounted directly to the face of the studsInsulate area between back panel and exterior wall in accordance with local codeCenterline of the flue opening must be a minimum of 26 1/2” from the side wall.Metal tabs at the bottom of the back panel must rest on the finished floor.If the interior wall material is more than 3/4” thick spacers should be placed between the stud and the backpanelAdjust intake box and flue collar to wall thickness. Walls thicker than 5 1/2” will require extensionsInstalling the control box·····Control box should be installed when sauna room is framed in prior to the finishing steps of the sauna roomControl box is mounted to the studs facing outside the room at the farthest point away from the heaterControl box should be 48” from the floor on centerPlace a nail 10” below the interior ceiling on the stud facing the sauna room. String a pull wire from the nailto the control box.25 ft of low voltage two lead wire is supplied in the control box. Run this wire from the control box to theheater intake box and through the opening in the side of the box6

Exterior Back Panel Rough-in20 1/4”40,000 BTU Heater (240/245)Back Panel6 1/4”Through-wall rough-in.5 1/2”A) Exhaust vent (W 9 1/2 in x H 9 1/2 in)B) Intake vent (W 13 1/8 in x H 8-1/4 in)A32 1/4”5 1/2”Exhaust Vent9 1/2” x 9 1/2”After intake and exhaustopenings are roughed in andinterior back panel is installedplace flue collar in the exhaustvent opening adjusting to thewall thicknessRepeat with intake box coverWalls thicker than 5 1/2” willrequire extensions20”8 1/4”1 1/2”BAir Intake Vent13 1/8 x H 8-1/4”3”5 1/4”3 1/2”floor31 1/2”80,000 BTU Heater (280/285)Back Panel6 1/4”Through-wall rough-in.A) Exhaust vent (W 12 1/2 in x H 12 1/2 in)B) Intake vent (W 16 1/4 in x H 8 1/4 in)C) *Please allow 1/4” tolerance in these dimensionsAfter intake and exhaustopenings are roughed in andinterior back panel is installedplace flue collar in the exhaustvent opening adjusting to thewall thicknessRepeat with intake box coverWalls thicker than 5 1/2” willrequire extensions9-3/4”44 “AExhaust Vent9-3/4”W 12 1/2 xH 12 1/211-3/4”7”BAir Intake VentW 16 1/2 x H 8 1/24-1/4 ”20-3/4”8-1/2”5”floor7

Finishing the sauna roomFinish1.2.3.4.Insulate the space between the backpanel and the exterior wall per local codesEnsure wall material rests behind the lip on the back panelPlace 1” fiberglass insulation against the interior side of the back panelRemove paper from stainless flashing and start screws to galvanized (do not tighten)5. Remove butterfly nut from bottom of intake box and slide burner assembly out ofthe unit.6. Slide heater into place, guide insulated high-limit wires through the hole on the intake bracket. Secure heater to stainless steel flashing with two screws.7. Tighten screws on the corners of the flashing.8. Slip burner inside heater through the intake box allowing the burner lip to fit underthe burner bracket. Replace the butterfly nut and screw to secure the burner.9. Place caution sign on flashing above heater.10. Carefully uncoil the thermostat probe and using the pull wire previously placed gently pull the probe into the sauna room.11. attach the thermostat probe ten inches below ceiling as far away from heater aspossible. The probe must be placed horizontally in the provided thermostat probecover.12. Install heater guard rail.ChassisAB240/245280/285Width Of Heater Shell18 1/2”29”Wall to Face of Heater21”33”Side of Heater to Wall (Min.)8”12”Height of Heater Shell28”40”Wall to Inside of Guard(Min.)29”41”Floor to Bottom of shell4”6”8

7 ft 0 inScandia Ultra-Sauna Heater Guard RailSAUNAheaterUpper benchLower benchTOP VIEWBack WallHEATERHeater ventRails arespaced3-3/4 ” apartBackSIDEVIEWFRONT VIEWComponents for 3-sided heater guard:· 2x 2x2 corner posts / legs· 3x 1x4 rails long piece rails for front· 6x 1x4 short piece rails for eachside· 2x Wall brackets· Misc. screws** 2-sided heater guard will have 1 post andone side only.**Heater guard rail installation:· All components come ready to be assembled· Observe distances around heater forguard rail, walls, benches and otherobstructions· Follow the heater manufacturer’sclearances recommendations.9· Do not cut down heater guard to fit!wall

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Scandia Ultra-Sauna Heater Guard Rail Heater guard rail installation: All components come ready to be as-sembled Observe distances around heater for guard rail, walls, benches and other obstructions Follow the heater manufacturer's clearances recommendations. Do not cut down heater guard to fit! FRONT VIEW SIDEVIEW Back wall