At LifeSpas our plumbing is engineered to give maximum
performance. The areas on spas not seen by customers are
most often where manufactures will save money by using
cheaper materials and manufacturing methods. A costly part
of building a spa is plumbing due to the extensive labor
involved and rising cost of materials.
Our large mainline plumbing
allows for a high volume of water to go to our manifold
diffuser which then distributes maximum pressure for your jets
while maintaining a more consistent flow. Many spa companies
will plumb from one jet to the next which can result in the
next jet being weaker then the previous jet creating
inconsistent jet pressure.
When filling your spa after
draining it, or for the first time, it is very important to
prime your pump and bleed out any air locks that may occur in
your equipment and plumbing. Failure to do so can result in
damage to your pump and heater. Customers often forget to, or
how to, bleed the air out of their spa after filling.
LifeSpas goes the extra mile
to assist customers in this area whereas many companies do not
because of cost. LifeSpas has an Automatic Air Bleeder System
which allows the air trapped in your heater chamber, pump, and
plumbing to escape automatically. The LifeSpas Automatic Air
Bleeder System helps resist damage on pumps and heaters from
air locks in your spa.
Many spa companies require
customers to loosen unions, open drains, or bleed pressure
filters in order to bleed air out of the plumbing and
equipment. This is time consuming, in some cases very
difficult, and often times not as effective as our Automatic
Air Bleeder System.