3D model of the Pyrotherapy and isolation steambath/sauna. The heater to heat the water for the steambath function is placed underneath the cabins. A flue runs trough the water box and directs the smoke to the space below the cabins, trapping the heat and thus increasing the thermal efficiency. The smoke can escape trough small gaps between the soil and the wooden skirt below the cabins. The water box is made up of 5 sections and can be rearranged to become smaller. the flue is also decomposable and can be made smaller. This modular approach allows to make a system for less than 5 cabins (ie 3 or 1 cabin). 4 (red) boxes between the grey boxes direct the steam towards the cabins. When the sauna option is preferred (and not the steambath option), this box can be closed with a lid. This way, no steam will rise into the cabin, yet the box will still give off significant heat, allowing dry heat to be created with in the cabin.
The main purpose of the Pyrotherapy and isolation steambath/sauna is to allow people to heal quicker from a disease. The heating (similar to attaining a high temperatur when you have a fever) increases the body's temperature, which is detrimental to bacteria/virusses. Also, the humid and/or dry heat can help in clearing the airways. See the 'Purchasing_the_models' link at appropedia's AT_CAD_Team for additional information on the model