Air Jet Bathtub
An air jet bathtub is the general description of a bathtub built with bubble-making air jets. Each jet has anti-microbial hose to insure no bacteria growth. The system comes with a 1 HP air blower that automatically heats the air to 145 degrees to keep your bath water from cooling off and allowing a more comfortable and longer air therapy session.
The jet configuration for air massage systems will contain 18 or 24 jets. The Air Jet Tub includes a timer that automatically comes on 30 minutes after the tub has been stopped. It runs for 5 minutes and dries the air lines. Air massage systems requires a 20Amp GFCI dedicated circuit and an access panel.
A soaker tub is a basic bathtub without air jets or whirlpool jets. A soaker can add Microbubbles, Vibro-Sonic massage system and a back-warmer.
A whirlpool bathtub is the general description of a bathtub built with therapeutic water jets. Each whirlpool bathtub will come with 4, 6, 8 or 11 whirlpool jets and a pump. We plumb our whirlpool tubs with anti-microbial flexible piping. They are self-draining. As with the surface of your tub the piping system needs to be cleaned regularly to prevent buildup. Trim options are standard color matched plastic, chrome, brushed nickel, and venetian bronze (also known as oil rubbed bronze). Trim colors are not guaranteed to match other manufactures. Whirlpool systems requires a 20Amp GFCI dedicated circuit and an access panel.
A combination bathtub is built with air and water jets. A combination tub is great for different options in bathing: You can enjoy the stimulation of the air jet bubbles or relax and enjoy the therapeutic massage of the water jets. Combination tubs have recently become a very popular new trend. Each system requires a 20Amp GFCI dedicated circuit and an access panel.