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How To Choose The Best Inflatable Hot Tub For Winter

When buying or selecting the best inflatable hot tub for winter use, there are some things you should consider. What can go wrong? How can you best prepare for the cold and/or wet weather?

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Heated bubbles create it a relaxing luxury experience as the warm air is heated before entering the inflatable hot tub pump. This way the hot air is released at higher temperatures in the spa before entering the colder atmosphere. The heated air expands and creates larger bubbles in the water and these expand quickly to fill the entire tub. The water is then filled with the warm air and is circulated back into the room. A heater then keeps the heated air circulating and helps keep the water at the perfect cold temperature for hydrotherapy.

You have probably experienced rapid heating when taking a bath or shower. You probably didn’t realize that the bath or shower was so warm until you got out of the tub. If you had a low temperature you likely did not appreciate the rapid heating. With the new technology you will notice no more rapid heating. The warm air is circulated back into the room and remains at a constant temperature.

The last reason we recommend a winter hot tub is for hydrotherapy in the cold weather. The traditional hot tub heater takes a lot of energy to heat up the water. This means you have to turn it on several times during the cold weather to keep it at a comfortable temperature. A small inflatable heater can be easily stored under your sink and is very affordable. It will heat up a room quickly and keep the water at a very warm temperature.

This technology also offers a very cost effective way to optimize your hydrotherapy sessions. The low profile fiberglass or acrylic shell with an insulated cover can minimize heat loss in the winter. You can also add a second insulation layer under the insulated cover to help keep the water at a lower temperature. Most of these shells are constructed with a polyethylene core, which is then covered by a protective aluminum or steel liner. This allows you to get the best out of your hot tub investment without spending a fortune on heating bills.

Finally, you need to know about the thermostatic mixing valve and power rate that you will be using with your spa. The thermostatic mixing valve will regulate the speed of the mixing pump. It will kick on the pump as soon as the temperature reaches a certain threshold and then kick it off as the temperature begins to decrease. The power rate is what will determine how fast the pump will run. It is set at a constant speed by the mixing pump but can be manually adjusted if needed. The thermostatic mixing valve and power rate functions will keep your hydrotherapy session at its most effective level.

By keeping all of these components in mind, you can keep your hydrotherapy device working at its peak for a long period of time. A bit of maintenance goes a long way and will extend the life of your hot tub. In addition to regular cleaning and inspections, you can also save money by purchasing a heat pump that will provide you with additional energy savings and minimize heat loss through your hydrotherapy equipment.