1 Recommended This continuing education program is sponsored and provided to you due to Installation of a Steam the professional courtesy of: Shower system . Sussman-Automatic Corp . 43-20 34th Street Long Island City NY 11101 USA. Phone: 1-800-72- Steam Website: Email: MRS001 AIA-MS1002. This is an IDCEC accredited (or approved) program, CEUs are accepted by ASID, IDC, IDEC and IIDA. CSI-MS1002. IDCEC-40101. 2011. The material contained in this continuing education program Powered by belongs to . Questions or concerns about the program content need to be addressed with the program instructor. 1. Promotional Statement Slide This course has been design as a structured asynchronous program therefore has been formatted for online use only. Please don't forget to print your AIA/CES and CSI/CEN Certificate of Completion.
2 Successful completion is scoring 80% or higher on your final exam. If you wish to print later you can access all certificates from you're A-F transcript center. The American Institute of Architects . Course No. MS1002; LUs- - This program qualifies for HSW credit Architect-Forum is a registered provider with The American Institute Of Architects Continuing Education Systems. Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to CES Records for AIA members. Certificates Of Completion for non-AIA. members available on request. This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA .of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product.
3 Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this presentation. Construction Specification Institute . Course No. CSI-MS1002; CEUs- - This program qualifies for HSW credit This program is a registered educational program with the Construction Specifications Institute of Alexandria, VA. The content within the program is not created or endorsed by CSI nor should the content be construed as an approval of any product, building method, or service. Information on the specific content can be addressed at the conclusion on the program, by the Registered Provider. Architect-Forum is a Registered Provider with the Construction Specifications Institute Construction Education Network (CEN). Credit earned for completing this program will automatically be submitted to the CSI CEN.
4 Completion certificates can be obtained by contacting the Provider directly. This logo and statement identify Provider programs registered with CSI CEN and are limited to the educational program content. Promotional Statement Slide This course has been design as a structured asynchronous program therefore has been formatted for online use only. Please don't forget to print your AIA/CES, CSI/CEN and IDCEC. Certificate of Completion. Successful completion is scoring 80% or higher on your final exam. If you wish to print later you can access all certificates from you're A-F transcript center. Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC). Course No. 40100. Designation: Health& Safety / Welfare This is an IDCEC accredited (or approved) program, CEUs are accepted by ASID, IDC, IDEC and IIDA. Architect-Forum only reports credits to the AIA and CSI.
5 Interior Designers must self report. Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this program the designer will have gained knowledge and understanding over the following: 1. Introduction To Better Living Through The Use Of Steam Therapy 2. What are Steam Showers? 3. Installation Guidelines 1. General Steam Room Material & Tile Installation Guidelines 2. Sizing the Steam Generator 3. Where To Locate The Generator, Control and Steamhead 4. Importance Of Field Power Supply Connection 5. Things To Know About The Steam Outlet Pipe 6. Steam Generator Parts 7. Draining the system 4. What Is Express Steam ? 5. Steam Showers as an Eco-Friendly Experience 6. Enhancing Well Being by utilizing Aroma Steam system The History of Steambaths Steambaths are an ancient type of bath that can be traced back as far as the Ancient Greeks, although later was adopted by the Romans as popular social gatherings for men, in addition to being places for rejuvenating the body's overall health.
6 The Roman baths are a famous aspect of the culture of the Roman Empire. Later, Russians adopted the use of Steam baths, and they are still prominent in Russia today, especially as places where men conduct business deals. Of course, the Turks have been using Steam baths for thousands of years, hence the interchangeable use of "Turkish bath". Ruins of a Roman bath house. and steambath. Source: eHow Modern Steambaths Today, natural Steam baths still exist, and often still use similar systems that the Romans used, which contain pipes and pumps that bring water up and into the large pool areas, wherever the natural springs exist. Heaters are also now used to maintain warm temperatures in the baths. There are many different types of Steam baths, which are different than a sauna. (Both are hot, but the Steam in a sauna is created by throwing water on a stove.)
7 Some forms of steambath are referred to as Turkish baths, Steam rooms, or Steam showers. Source: eHow Steambath Benefits It's also beneficial for the skin, as the humidity levels ensure that the skin stays hydrated and supple, and the moisture gathered on the top layer of the skin prevents the body from losing heat through evaporation, which accelerates detoxification. Also, the moisture in the air alleviates the breathing and chest pains of those with respiratory conditions, as a Steam bath session Steam baths are not only used for can loosen the chest muscles and relaxation purposes, but for health mucous, helping ailments such as and fitness reasons as well. The asthma and bronchitis. Because of moist, hot air improves blood relaxation effects, Steam baths are circulation, and eases muscle Recommended for patients with tension.
8 Sleep disorders or over-excitability. Source: eHow Steambath Function The Steam bath produces a thermal effect on the body. The body attempts heat loss through the skin and lungs as the temperature of the Steam bath is higher than the body's, and sweating occurs. The body temperature rises, as it cannot maintain its initial temperature in the heat of the Steam bath. Circulation increases as the body adjusts to accept heat more readily. The longer the Steam bath session and the hotter the temperature of the bath, the more a body's temperature can rise, and the more sweating that is possible. Source: eHow Steambath Clarification A sauna and a Steam bath are terms often used interchangeably;. however, they are not the same. A sauna (sometimes called a "dry sauna"), uses dry heat, while the Steam bath uses moist heat.
9 Dry saunas can reach higher temperatures than Steam baths, due to the lower humidity levels. Dry saunas also appear different than Steam baths, often designed with wooden benches and walls. Sauna- uses dry heat Steambath-uses Steam Source: eHow Making Wellness A Way Of Life . From the previous slides we have learned that steambaths have been used for thousands of years, different cultures used the healing power of Steam to soothe their bodies and cleanse their minds. Today, Steam therapy rewards you after a workout, relieving tired Steam therapy is a possible natural muscles as warmth penetrates detox, and may remove bodily your body. It's part of an at-home impurities. It may help enhance beauty regime; warm moisture your breathing exercises, leaving opens your pores, leaving your skin you with a sense of wellness.
10 Use softer and more supple. Steam therapy to allow scent and color to evoke moods and heighten your emotions. The Active You Relieves Tired Muscles (Lactic Acid build-up). The Overworked You It's Relaxing- Soothes the body and cleanses the mind The Beautiful You Opens the pores, leaving the skin softer and more supple The Holistic You Natural Detox and removes bodily impurities The Balance of You Leaves you with a sense of wellness Benefits of Steam Purification From the previous slides we know that steambaths help with the following: Helps alleviate stress Increases blood circulation Gets rid of toxins due to the sweating that takes place while in the Steam shower. Allows you to breathe better by alleviating respiratory problems such as asthma and sinus conditions. The skin gets dry due to the sun and the wind, Steam showers help moisten the skin by reintroducing the lost moisture into the skin.