How does a Halogenerator work?
All SALT Chamber halogenerators have the same basic principles:
- You place dry, pure grade sodium chloride crystals into the feeder mechanism which releases the dry salt into the grinder.
- The grinder is made of a high-quality stainless steel 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 Comparison Chart
|Manufacturer||Prizma||Halomed||Iiris||Anchor Salt World|
|Country of Origin||Serbia||Lithuania||Estonia||Estonia|
|Type of Facility||Medical Device||Manufacturing||Plastics/Manufacturing||Plastics/Manufacturing|
|Company||SALT Chamber||HalomedNA||The Salt Room||Global Halotherapy|
|ISO Quality Certification|
|Bluetooth Mobile App|
|Remote Control Key Fob|
|US-Based Facility-Service Center|
|Parts Kit and Fuses|
How do you install a halogenerator?
- Halogenerators are simple to install and require no special or unique tools.
- They plug into standard 110v outlets, use low power consumption and require no special amperage or modifications to electrical components.
- Halogenerators need ‘clean’ air to function properly and provide effective salt therapy. That is why they are directly mounted on the other side of a salt room or SALT Booth® wall with the ‘sleeve’ coming through and into the salt room or SALT Booth® to disperse the dry salt aerosol. If the halogenerator was inside the room or SALT Booth®, it would be recycling the salty air in the room through the machine, which is not desired.
- The attached sleeve of the halogenerator is mounted at approximately 4’6” from the ground. The device is attached vertically to the wall with simple anchoring screws.
- The halogenerator is designed for one salt room or SALT Booth® and cannot handle multiple rooms or more than one SALT Booth®.
- They cannot be attached to ductwork since microscopic salt particles do not travel distances or bend around corners or angles. That is why the halogenerator is flush-mounted on an existing wall of the salt room or SALT Booth® protruding directly into the salt room or SALT Booth®.
How do you operate and maintain a halogenerator?
- Once the halogenerator is installed, all you have to do is put salt into the device and press start.
- SALT Chamber halogenerators can also be programmed and operated remotely via Bluetooth devices.
- All SALT Chamber halogenerators can store up to 9 preset salt session programs with an unlimited amount of possibilities in terms of session length, concentration levels, and more.
- SALT Chamber halogenerators are modular in design and features “Smart Connect” attachments using industrial strength magnets instead of clumsy and time-consuming screws and clamps for easy and quick access to make cleaning and maintenance simple and safe.
- Depending on the frequency of usage, a few quick cleanings using a brush may be needed periodically through the day, with no more than a five-minute maintenance protocol at the end of the day.
How much do Halogenerators cost?
- Download our Halogenerator Buyer’s Guide for pricing and then contact us to order.
- Purchasing multiple halotherapy systems, along with our complete salt therapy projects, may qualify for additional discounts.
- They have a low power consumption of 110W, so electrical operating costs are minimal.
- The only consumable is the pure-grade HaloSalt™ that is put into the halogenerator and depending on the salt room size and session length and programs, it could range from a few pennies to 10 cents a session.
- Interested in building your own? Learn how to build a salt therapy room.