Xaviera Arata Editor of the Cheap Hot Tubs website -- http://www.CheapHotTubs.me -- pointed out;
“…There are many different kinds of spa pools; thus spa parts will also differ in one way or another…” Added Xaviera Arata
Here are some of the most common parts and some descriptions on how they work:
Spa control packs are the moving parts which are behind the access panel door. They are spa frames and shells which routinely last for 30 to 40 years. Spa packs when installed with pumps, produces hot bubbling water. When broken, the most economical solution is to change the pack rather than fixing it. There are manufacturers who engage in the custom building of these packs so you don't have to worry if the pack doesn't fit your spa. Two of the widest categories of spa packs are pneumatic and electronic spa packs.
Spa air blowers are also known as air pumps. They pump air into the spa through a series of injectors in the edge of the seats and foot well. Water is aerated all throughout the spa producing gentle massage when the spa air blower is on. Air blowers can also be mixed with the water which comes out from the therapy jets; this process produces a different kind of massage.
Spa ozonators have always been proven to sanitize and purify spa and pool water more effectively and faster than the traditional chemical processes. With ozonators, water is treated 3,000 times faster without unwanted byproducts like bromamines and chloramines. Actually, the byproduct of spa ozonator is the life giving oxygen. The alkalinity and ph should be maintained and occasional oxidizer shock and chlorine must be used.
Spa air buttons are used to control the spa components in electromechanical spa like jet pumps, lights and blowers. These air buttons allow the on and off switching of components without electricity. They are attached to control box switches with air tubing on one end. The air switch is connected to the other end of the air tubing.
There are other spa parts that are worthy of mentioning like flow switches, pump and pump motors, heater assemblies and manifolds, time clocks, etc. All these parts are beneficial to the smooth usage of the spa pool. Spas can really be a very relaxing experience if all the parts are at their best.
“…If you are really indulged in having your own spa pool or if you already have one, regularly checking the parts can help you maintain it and can save you from huge expenses in the future…” Added Xaviera Arata
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