Water and warmth are the first steps of hydrotherapy
There are two ways to have a heated tub:
A heated soaking bath re-circulates water, like a whirlpool but instead of white water rapid speed, more like a slow running creek. As the water is taken from the bath it runs through an in-line heater, then once heated, back into the bath. This heater will keep the temperature of the water with in 1 to 2 degrees of what the bath water was poured at, for as long as the bath is on. There are two suction covers – one to pull water out of the bath – the other to put the water back in. See all of our Heated Soaking Tubs
Heat panels are integrated into the structure of the bath to warm the bath much like heated car seats. Heated surface systems will not maintain the temperature like a heated soaking tub, they do warm the tub surface. Three of our tub manufactures offer a heated surface option. Click on the company name to see the tubs offered:
Hydro Blanket wraps you in a world of warmth and relaxation. Multi-zone heat allows you to pick from 2 to 5 heat zones on the sides or bottom of the bath. Turn on the thermostat and set the dial to a maximum setting of 110°
Heated back support specifically designed for total relaxation. Integrated into the tub, the electronic control allows you to choose between two heat settings 104° & 110°. This system takes about 90 seconds to warm the bath.
Radiance surface heating system provides an even distribution of warmth to eliminate the shock of a cold tub and increases relaxation during the bath. This system includes electronic heating grids for 2 zones. Tub surface can vary from 85 -100°.