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The floats for the sauna raft are manufactured as one piece per side, which provides stability for the entire structure. They are made of high-density polyethylene, welded in one piece and filled with dense foam. The bow is designed to ensure that the raft glides smoothly through the water.

Bearing capacity of floats

Because are floats are filled with foam, you never have to worry about leakages like you do with air-filled pontoons. The bearing capacity is generous, so you can always feel safe.
For our small sauna rafts Juni, Svea and Leo, we use two pontoons. These then have a gross bearing capacity of 4,600 kg.
On the larger sauna rafts Wilma, Frank and Alice, we use three floats that provide a gross bearing capacity of 6,900 kg.

For the largest model Frank XL which is designed for large groups, we have really increased the bearing capacity. We use 4 floats, which provide a gross bearing capacity of 9,200 kg. Given that the sauna raft in its entirety weighs about 3,500 kg, you quickly realise that its bearing capacity is extremely stable.

Adapted to the Nordic climate

The floats are naturally designed to withstand our Swedish climate and can tolerate being in the water all year round. Ice cannot destroy the pontoons. Many customers ask for pontoons made of rotational moulded plastic. We are pleased to offer this, too. We are happy to tell you more about the options, so don’t hesitate to contact us. Contact

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