BUILDING SALT CAVE
A relaxation-inhalation salt cave (halochamber) consists of several tons of salt (depending on the chamber floor area). The cave’s interior is made of sea salt from Pakistan (approximately 3 million years old). The floor, walls and ceiling are several dozen centimeter thick. The gorgeous cascades made of specially selected stones incorporated into the interior, graduation towers (salty water sprayers) resembling the ones existing in Ciechocinek and other natural surfaces of salty water evaporation result in a perfect humidity level ranging from 50 to 60%.
The arrangement of salt lumps is supplemented with irregularly shaped wood beams and limbs and high-class HVAC equipment to provide proper air circulation and to maintain optimum temperature - 17-19 o C and proper filtration of air supplied to the cave. Another important element makes an under floor heating connected to the central heating system or an electric heating mat covered with fine loose rock-salt, which provides the air with valuable elements such as: iodine, magnesium, potassium and many others, thus enriching considerably the air composition inside the chamber. It should be emphasized that the air inside the cave is replaced completely every hour. Each facility is delivered in the “turnkey system” (as completely ready-to use) including additional equipment such as: the only suitable for such applications “Lafuma” deckchairs In addition to this, on request (at extra charge) we can make a complete reception office including a backup room. The reception desk and other components are priced separately.
OFFER FOR INSTALLATION Salt Cave
Scientific research confirms that salt have medicinal properties. Proposes to create a perfect microclimate rich in the elements necessary for human life and preserve the harmony of mind and body. The solution of giving the possibility of using beneficial properties of salt is a salt cave. Playing a specific microclimate in natural underground salt caverns.
The walls and ceiling of the room inhalation - relaxation are built in different sizes rock salt (halite). A beautiful amber-coloured or white - gray all designed individually for each room, having visions and desires of the investor. Each of our implementation certainly will differ from other types of objects.
We build only with natural materials without chemical additives that could be harmful to humans.
Raw materials used by our company for the construction of the cave are in stone, salt (halite), impregnated wood and adhesive for bonding of salt on the basis of ecological resources.
The main building block of Himalayan salt cave is the rock salt mined in Pakistan Link. We use salt in various forms - from small to large graved blocks (up to 1 meter in diameter).
The substrate of each salt cave is a 10-20 cm layer of salt. For this we use for purpose hydrochloric gravel with a diameter of 5 to 15 mm. Depending on the specific styling tips from the ground can grow salt stalagmites of various sizes. They may even be combined with spectacular stalactites forming stalagnates.
The walls are made of salt blocks with dimensions of up to 30-40 cm in diameter. The wall may be lined with salt up to the ceiling or to a specified height. In the second case the remainder of the walls are made of other materials providing suitable decorative styling tips.
At the lumps of salt is placed lighting that way through the salt crystals matter fabulous results.
In addition to the decoration of the walls of coloured light are among salt stains. This is made from brine that stain the wooden and stone decorations. In addition to the decorative function they fulfill the functions of air saturation with brine.
Ceilings in the caves are made of salt blocks, salt panels, stylized wooden beams or other decorative materials. The selection of these materials is always associated with specific styling tips.
Often admired elements of the salt caves are beautiful icicles hanging from the ceiling called stalactites.
Salt stains occur most frequently in the form of salt runoff on the wood and stone decorations placed on the walls of the salt cave. This applies also stains standing as independent objects loosely. They are inherent in any properly functioning salt cave. Their primary function is to ensure adequate air saturation Himalayan salt solution. Performance of these sources is much larger than the same walls of salt. Therefore, in every cave they are necessary to maintain an adequate microclimate.