You will discover that many hot tub companies offer a range of water care alternatives when shopping for a hot tub so that you can select the system that suits your routine and budget. If you don't understand much about water hot tub care, you can begin feeling overwhelming about this aspect of ownership of hot tub. Indeed, it's much simpler than you believe. Let's break down here the three primary water care methods.
Three Hot Tub Water Care approaches
Traditional care: this approach requires the proprietor of the spa to manually add once a week and before each use an authorized sanitizer to the spa. We suggest that you buy these chemicals from an authorized hot tub retailer to guarantee that you get the best quality products and use only products approved for the jacuzzi spa.How much effort the spa proprietor needs depends on how often the hot tub is used. You should inspect the spa water with a test strip every time you use the spa with the typical use of the hot tub. Your retailer in the hot tub can assist you choose the products you need to maintain your spa water clean.
Ozone with MPS and Silver Ions:This strategy, once deemed a major innovation, has since become the industry norm for water hot tub care. This scheme combines strong oxidizers–ozone and MPS –to reduce the need for chlorine with silver ions. Some hot tubs come as a normal function with an ozone unit, while others give an upgrade to ozone. Once mounted, the ozone system continuously releases tiny bubbles of ozone into the water. In the filter standpipe, the silver ion cartridge is then mounted and silver ions are automatically released into the water that inhibits bacterial growth.
Hot Tub Salt Water Systems:Typically the most costly option, the salt water systems produce the sanitizer that is required automatically, making water care far more hands-free. There are a number of additional advantages to consider depending on the sort of salt scheme you choose–including better-feeling and longer-lasting spa water.