Choose from different
types of wood for your sauna
Nordic spruce Softline profile
Very slow growth of spruce trunks in extreme cold makes the wood particularly resistant. Only in this way can it meet our high demands and thus makes it the ideal wood for manufacturing saunas. Its fine pore structure provides a sound and beneficial warm climate in this kind of sauna.
Nordic aspen Softline profile
Aspen is especially suited for building saunas. It resists humidity and high temperatures, is resin-free, almost knotless and has low thermal conductivity. Its bright colour is noble and lends the sauna the desired, unique appearance.
Hemlock Softline profile
Light-brown knotless Canadian fir makes every cabin unique and is excellently suited for the changing climatic conditions in a sauna.
Alpine stone pine Softline profile
The "Queen of the Alps" with its characteristic large branches and lively grain comes from the high-altitude Austrian mountains. The fine wood with its particularly pleasant fragrance convinces with many notable properties, which have positive effects upon health.
Stone pine sauna panel
The aromatic scent of stone pine wood has a calming effect, which encourages us to slow down. Many dark and well intergrown knots lend this soft wood its lively look.
Old oak sauna panel
The large veneered panels made of old oak with their rustic look underline the natural elegance of this type of wood. Knots and occasional characteristic cracks make the living energy of this type of wood apparent.
Maple sauna panel
Maple wood has extremely fine pores and is therefore considered as particularly hygienic. The bright whitish-yellowish colour looks pleasant and neat. Sap- and heartwood are more or less tonal and lend the sauna panels an evenly distributed, harmonious look.
Hemlock sauna panel
The knotless look of this evenly coloured pine tree comes into its own with the large Hemlock panels. The delicately grown fir wood lends a particularly harmonic impression, is resin-free, durable and perfectly suited for manufacturing saunas.
Silver firs mainly come from the Austrian low mountain range or the altitudes of the Black Forest. This kind of wood has dense annual rings, it is knotless, resin-free and resistant to moisture. The annual rings are clearly visible, which lends the wood its extraordinary appearance.