Inflatable spa or inflatable jacuzzi: also for indoors!
An inflatable spa or is not only suitable for outdoor use, but you can also inflate the inflatable jacuzzi inside to enjoy a soothing massage in the winter or when the weather is bad. The only thing that needs to be taken into account is that the surface is strong enough to keep the weight of all the water.
Inflatable spa or inflatable jacuzzi: that is wonderful to enjoy!
With an inflatable spa, which is also called an inflatable jacuzzi, you can relax. Inflatable spas are becoming hugely popular. That is logical, because they are easy to set up and can be put into use quickly. Inflatable spas or jacuzzis come in different shapes and sizes. There are inflatable Jacuzzis for 2-4 people, but there are also sizes available for up to 6 people. Inflatable spas can be set up within half an hour.
An inflatable spa or jacuzzi - is not that difficult to set up and maintain?
We understand this question well and we will try to give you the best possible advice, so that you have as much fun as possible of your inflatable spa. Because everyone likes to relax in delicious, warm and bubbling water. Perhaps you have looked for a traditional hot tub or spa, but have found out that these are primarily pricey and also need a lot of maintenance. We can tell you: an inflatable spa does not have to be expensive and requires a lot less maintenance than a traditional hot tub. Also, the inflatable jacuzzis are a lot easier to store when you do not use the spa for a while. Is an inflatable spa or jacuzzi difficult to maintain and set up? No absolutely not!
Where do I place my inflatable jacuzzi or inflatable spa?
When placing the inflatable spa you can take into account various factors. First of all, the filter needs power. There must therefore be a contact point in the vicinity for a plug. Because it is also nice to sit in the inflatable jacuzzi or spa in the evening, it is also a good idea to put the spa in the vicinity of a lamp. Also, placing the inflatable spa under a shelter can prevent problems related to pollution.
Keeping the inflatable spa clean
A spa is of course for your pleasure. And that pleasure starts with pure water. Below is information with some tips to keep the water in the jacuzzi as clean as possible. Keeping the water clean in the jacuzzi or inflatable spa does not have to be difficult at all! What can you do yourself? First, it is best when you fill the bath with clean tap water. In addition, a water circulation system and a properly functioning filter system are of course very important. This ensures that the base is already good. What also helps, of course, is the waste that has fallen into the spa to get out of the water before you cover the things. Cleaning the soil with a soil cleaner is also not superfluous. However, there is still a lot more to it in healthy swimming water. Below you can see an overview of what is even better for the swimming water in your inflatable spa. When do I have healthy bathing water in my inflatable jacuzzi? Balance is the keyword in the answer to that question. Some measurement work has to be done to find the balance sheet. Such as the pH value, the temperature, the calcium hardness and the alkalinity. Based on measurements, you can do a number of points with these factors, as shown in the table. If the result is exactly 12.1 points, then the water is perfectly balanced. Make sure that the water is as close as possible to this number.
Calcium hardness ppm / ºdH
6,8 = 6,8
20ºC = 0.50
50 = 1,7
50/ 2,7 = 1,30
6,9 = 6,9
22ºC = 0.55
75 = 1,9
100/5,5 = 1,6
7,0 = 7,0
24 ° C = 0.60
100 = 2,0
50/8,1 = 1,8
7,1 = 7,1
26 ° C = 0.65
125 = 2,1
200/10,8 = 1,90
7,2 = 7,2
28ºC = 0.70
150 = 2,2
250/13,5 = 2,00
7,3 = 7,3
30ºC = 0.73
175 = 2,25
300/16,2 = 2,1
7,4 = 7,4
32ºC = 0.76
200 = 2,30
350/18,9 = 2,15
7,5 = 7,5
34 ° C = 0.80
7,6 = 7,6
36ºC = 0.82
38ºC = 0.85
An example of this table is: you have an inflatable spa, which has a pH value of 7.2. The temperature is currently 28 ° C, the alkalinity is 150 ppm and the calcium hardness is 250 ppm Added together is therefore: 7.2 + 0.7 + 2.2 + 2.0 = 12.0
Putting an inflatable spa into use, how does that work?
1. First you blow up the spa. At almost all spas this can be done by connecting the pump, which fills the spa. 2. Then fill the inflatable jacuzzi with tap water. An average inflatable spa has a capacity of about 750 - 850 liters, which means that it can take 1 to 1.5 hours before the inflatable spa is completely filled with water. 3. Measure the pH value of the water and adjust if necessary. In order for the chlorine, which is added later, to be optimally done, the value should be between 7.2 and 7.6. 4. Start with a shock treatment. This means that an extra high dose (3x normal) is added to the swimming water of the inflatable jacuzzi. Note: it must be rapidly dissolving chlorine. 5. Regularly check the pH value and the chlorine content. For maintenance you can possibly use chlorine tablets in floats. These slowly dissolve. 6. Dispense anti-alga weekly.
I have not used my inflatable Jacuzzi for a long time, what now?
Always check the water of the inflatable jacuzzi first. You can do that by testing the above values. Replace the test set every year because they are less reliable after a year. Another option is to pump the entire pool empty and let new water run into it. Also clean the filter installation. Replace a new filter cartridge in time.
I will not use my inflatable Jacuzzi for a long time, now what?
First of all, it is good to follow the inflatable jacuzzi completely: does it still work as it should? Are there any leaks in the inflatable area? Unlike regular Jacuzzis, all you have to do now is to let the water run out and let the jacuzzi dry properly, or dry it with a submersible pump. Then fold the inflatable spa neatly and is ready to be used for a long time.