ABOUT HALOGENERATORS OLD

What is a Halogenerator?

A Halogenerator is a specific type of technological equipment that is used to create an effective modality of providing dry salt therapy. A Halogenerator is the most important piece of equipment that providers of Halotherapy use in transforming a space, a chamber, into a salt room.

A Halogenerator produces micron sized particles of salt (99.99% sodium chloride) and disperses it into the air, almost like an aerosol, which then circulates throughout the salt chamber.

How does a Halogenerator work?

All Halogenerators are comprised of the same basic principles:

  • It has a feeding mechanism where you place salt crystals into that then release the salt into a grinder.
  • The grinder is typically made of a blade and cutting mechanism that can precisely crush, grind and cut the salt crystals into precise micro-particles.
  • These particles are then dispersed by a blower/fan mechanism that pushes the salt particles into the salt chamber room.

 

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halogenerator chart ABOUT HALOGENERATORS OLD

How do you install and operate a Halogenerator?

Halogenerators are about the size of a toaster oven and are very simple to install.  The Halogenerator is easily mounted on the outside wall of a salt chamber so that the dispenser sleeve goes through a hole cut into the room where the Halotherapy will be provided.

A Halogenerator weighs on average about 20-30 pounds and mounts onto the wall with provided screws and wall anchors.  It plugs into a standard outlet and uses low power consumption.

A small hole is cut through an outside wall where depending on the size and dimensions of the room—including the width, length and height—the Halogenerator should be placed in a strategic location for optimal affect.

Most Halogenerators are very simple and easy to operate. There is a basic switch and depending on the Halogenerator, they are pre-programmed or can be programmed for specific protocols for feeding rates, salt concentration, size of particles, length of session, etc.

Are there special requirements for installing a Halogenerator?

There are no special requirements for installing a Halogenerator. There are however special factors to consider for designing and building an effective salt room such as room size, dimensions, ceiling height, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), salt décor, special components such as lighting fixtures and speakers that are salt-resistant, etc.

What to look for in choosing a Halogenerator?

Given the importance of delivering effective salt therapy, the Halogenerator is your most important choice. Obviously, reliability and quality of components is key. Customer service, warranty and responsiveness to any issues are vital to the success of your business. Other critical factors to consider include ease of operation and maintenance, programming capability, and functionality. Finally, noise levels of the Halogenerator, training, support and other aspects should be considered when choosing a Halogenerator.

What is a Halogenerator?

A Halogenerator is a specific type of technological equipment that is used to create an effective modality of providing dry salt therapy. A Halogenerator is the most important piece of equipment that providers of Halotherapy use in transforming a space, a chamber, into a salt room.

A Halogenerator produces micron sized particles of salt (99.99% sodium chloride) and disperses it into the air, almost like an aerosol, which then circulates throughout the salt chamber.

How does a Halogenerator work?

All Halogenerators are comprised of the same basic principles:

  • It has a feeding mechanism where you place salt crystals into that then release the salt into a grinder.
  • The grinder is typically made of a blade and cutting mechanism that can precisely crush, grind and cut the salt crystals into precise micro-particles.
  • These particles are then dispersed by a blower/fan mechanism that pushes the salt particles into the salt chamber room.

 

both halogenerators shadow ABOUT HALOGENERATORS OLD

halogenerator chart ABOUT HALOGENERATORS OLD

How do you install and operate a Halogenerator?

Halogenerators are about the size of a toaster oven and are very simple to install.  The Halogenerator is easily mounted on the outside wall of a salt chamber so that the dispenser sleeve goes through a hole cut into the room where the Halotherapy will be provided.

A Halogenerator weighs on average about 20-30 pounds and mounts onto the wall with provided screws and wall anchors.  It plugs into a standard outlet and uses low power consumption.

A small hole is cut through an outside wall where depending on the size and dimensions of the room—including the width, length and height—the Halogenerator should be placed in a strategic location for optimal affect.

Most Halogenerators are very simple and easy to operate. There is a basic switch and depending on the Halogenerator, they are pre-programmed or can be programmed for specific protocols for feeding rates, salt concentration, size of particles, length of session, etc.

Are there special requirements for installing a Halogenerator?

There are no special requirements for installing a Halogenerator. There are however special factors to consider for designing and building an effective salt room such as room size, dimensions, ceiling height, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), salt décor, special components such as lighting fixtures and speakers that are salt-resistant, etc.

What to look for in choosing a Halogenerator?

Given the importance of delivering effective salt therapy, the Halogenerator is your most important choice. Obviously, reliability and quality of components is key. Customer service, warranty and responsiveness to any issues are vital to the success of your business. Other critical factors to consider include ease of operation and maintenance, programming capability, and functionality. Finally, noise levels of the Halogenerator, training, support and other aspects should be considered when choosing a Halogenerator.