Extra comfort with a changing room module
The changing room module can be connected to the Kirami FinVision® -sauna Nordic misty or to any other module in the Kirami FinVision® Annex series.
Kirami FinVision® -changing room Nordic misty
The Kirami FinVision® changing room for our Nordic misty sauna is a complete module with all walls in place. The sauna and changing room modules fit together seamlessly. The changing room is made of the same spruce panel and heat-treated hardwood as the sauna both inside and outside.
The changing room can be ordered when buying the sauna or afterwards. A bench, coat rack and LED lighting for the coat rack can be purchased as accessoires for the changing room, that has a window and a glass door to let the light shine in. The light switch makes it easy to turn on the lights, both in the coat rack and the spot light on the ceiling of the dressing room. The smoky grey glass door customised with a black wooden frame creates an atmosphere and a sense of space in the changing room of the Kirami FinVision® -sauna, and it is of the same size as the door to the sauna room. All of the glass surfaces in the Kirami FinVision® -sauna and changing room are of the same shade.
The changing room module has two doorways. One of them is equipped with an external door, which provides access to the outside. The existing door in the sauna building serves as a door between the sauna and the changing room, so there is no need for another extra door in the changing room module.
As a standard the door is on the right side of the changing room and it opens up right-handed.
We recommend to check the handedness of the doors of the sauna as well as the changing room under the "Instructions for use" tab or on the product brochure pages. By default, the sauna door is always right-handed (figure A) and in combination with the changing room, the door between the sauna and the changing room is always left-handed to maximise the use of the dressing room space (figure A1). The external door to the changing room is right-handed as standard (figure A1). The mirror image options for the sauna and changing room doors are shown (figure B) below.
When ordering the changing room at the same time as the sauna
When ordering the sauna and the changing room at the same time, it is possible to change the handedness of the sauna door to the opposite. In a right-handed sauna, the door is normally installed right-handed. If a changing room is connected to the sauna, the sauna door is changed to a left-handed door.
When ordering the changing room afterwards
When ordering a changing room, it is necessary to know the handedness of the sauna door and how the handedness will be changed by the customer when the changing room is put in place. Wider cover boards are supplied with the changing room. The existing cover boards of the sauna are removed and replaced with the new ones supplied with the changing room (see instructions for changing the cover boards). The customer can change the handedness of the sauna door frames if he wishes. A connecting plate is also supplied to attach the sauna building to the changing room (see instructions for attaching the connecting plate).
Pull knob and locking of the door
Personalised with the Kirami logo, the knob of the changing room's glass door is a pull knob made of high quality black stained Thuja wood, and a similar knob can be found on the sauna door. The changing room door can be locked from the outside with the padlock supplied. The lock set includes a latch, padlock and 2 keys. The changing room is only locked when the sauna is not in use. The lock prevents the door from opening in rough weather and provides security by preventing children from entering the sauna without an adult being present.
How to connect the changing room to the sauna
The roof of the changing room is similar to the Nordic misty sauna and easy to install. The changing room must be placed at the same level with the sauna and attached to it at the transport brackets. Wider cover boards are mounted on the door between the sauna and the changing room to cover the junction between the buildings. The roof will be connected at the partition walls with a wider U-shaped metal sheet.