Hydrospa Whirlpool Spa Bath
Available in 4 different size options:
The Hydrospa 869 Jet Stream is a powerful 10 jet Hydrospa bath, with adjustable venture valve to regulate the flow of air and water to give the ultimate in hydrotherapy.
Fully Pre-fitted with high quality Bath filler, mixer valve and pop-up waste system.
Some helpful information about Spas and Whirlpools
Choose any bath from our extensive bathroom products catalogue (located under the our products section of this site) and have it professionally fitted with one of our Hydrotherapy Spa systems. With conversion prices from as little as £599.00 you can have a custom made Whirlpool Spa fitted to the Bath of your choice.
Hydrotherapy, Whirlpools and Spa Baths, understanding how they work
If you are interested in buying a Whirlpool Bath talk to us first. We can give full guidance and advice on the system most suitable to you. Whirlpool and Air Spa baths have been used for many years as a therapeutic aid for the relief of aches and pains. Hydrotherapy is the use of water to massage the body whilst you relax in a warm bath. The effects can be amazing and as a result many medical institutions now use and recommend the use of Hydrotherapy for the relief of many different conditions. People who enjoy sport also find that Hydrotherapy sessions help ease pain and stiffness in muscles and joints from strenuous activity or sport.
Many people simply enjoy relaxing in a warm Hydro-bath after a hard days work, leaving them feeling fully revived, relaxed and ready for bed.
A whirlpool bath uses an external pump (usually located under the bath) to suck your bath water through the pump, which then forces the water through a series of pipes, back in to the bath through the jets located in the sides of the bath tub.
The most effective Whirlpool systems also mix warm air with the bath water to give a stronger more effective massage.
This is called a Venturi Whirlpool system and the amount of air mixed with the bath water can be regulated or adjusted by simply turning a knob, usually located on the side of the bath next to the on/off control.
Whirlpools do need to be sanitised and we recommend the use of a mild solution such as Milton.
Spa systems simply use an air pump, again located beneath the bath, to pump warm air bubbles through small nozzle jets, which are almost always located in the base of the bath.
Combination systems will use both Whirlpool and Air Spa jets at the same time.