## Steam Generator Sizing Guide

#### Step 1. Measure then multiply

Measure then multiply the Length x Width x Height (in feet) of the steam enclosure to determine the Cubic Footage.

#### Step 2. Determine Total Room Volume

You will need to adjust the cubic footage to determine the Total Room Volume.

Materials:
• For natural stone or marble, multiply by 2.0.
• For ceramic or porcelain tile, or glass block, multiply by 1.35.
• If using another material, consult the manufacturer for their recommendation in a steam shower application.

Exterior Wall: For one, multiply by 1.1; for two, multiply by 1.2.

Ceiling height: For a 9 ft. ceiling, multiply by 1.15; for a 10 ft. ceiling, multiply by 1.3.

#### Step 3. Select the Right Size Generator

You will need to select a Steam Generator equal to or greater than your Adjusted Cubic Footage.

Generators for Adjusted Cubic Foot Range:
• 7.5kW Generator = 101 - 250 adj. cubic ft.
• 10kW Generator = 251 - 450 adj. cubic ft.
• 12kW Generator = 451 - 550 adj. cubic ft.
• 15kW Generator = 551 - 675 adj. cubic ft.

Note: If there is a skylight or outside window, select the next largest generator. Skylight or window must be double-pane and sealed from the inside the steam shower. Generator voltage must match existing local utilities (208 or 240 Voltage). For optimum performance, ceiling height should not exceed 8 feet (10 feet max).

#### Sample Math

The example is based on a 5 ft. x 6 ft. x 8 ft. high room with marble walls and one exterior wall.

 Cubic Footage: 5′ x 6′ x 8′ = 240 Material Adjustment: 240 x 2.0 = 480 Exterior Wall Adjustment: 480 x 1.2 = 528 Ceiling Adjustment: 0 Adjusted Cubic Footage: = 528

In this example, you would select the 12kw generator.