SanSiro 'Aquino63CAJ' 63 x 32 inch Center Drain HEATED AIR JETTED High Gloss White ACRYLIC Freestanding Bathtub
Ready to plug in to a 15 amp 110 v GFCI
Made in the USA, the SanSiro 'Aquino63CAJ' is a fabulous narrow lip minimalist air jetted acrylic bathtub.
All of the air jet fittings are concealed between the inner and
outer shells of the tub and need simply be connected to a 15 amp GFCI to be up
In the unlikely
event of an issue with the blower, access for repair is extremely simple.
Unscrew the drain basket, lift the tub straight up, turn it over on its' side
and you have easy access to all working parts.
requires either a wall mount or freestanding tub filler.
drain is required and this package includes everything needed to install the
tub, including the drain.
There are 18
strategically positioned air injectors to reach all areas of the legs, feet and
enjoy a really soothing soft bubble action
We use what is
considered to be the quietest air blower on the market and when in the tub, you
hear the bubbles, not the blower.
To keep the
injected air bubbles as warm as possible, we equip the blower with a powerful
heating element to pre-heat the injected air. This heater will raise the
ambient temperature 15 to 20 degrees within a period of around 2 minutes, so
switching the air jetting on before entering the tub can be a good idea. While not feeling just as cool, even heated air
bubbles will feel a little cool when they make contact with the skin.
To maintain hygiene in the air pipes, every time you take a bath and drain the
water, engage the blower for about 15 seconds to purge all residual water in
the lines. Every three months, we recommend that you fill the tub about two
inches over the highest jet with lukewarm water and add a half cup of bleach.
Engage the blower and let run for two minutes. Empty and repeat this step with
clean water and purge the lines when the tub is empty.
and sides of the tub are specially fiberglass and resin coated and the air
cavity in between the inner and outer shells acts as a natural heat loss
barrier. We have conducted tests with a foam filled cavity instead of air and
there is no improvement on heat retention.