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Polar Series Swim Spas manufacturers
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Product Specifications
ZR6803 standard configuration
Seating 3 seats
Shell colors 2 colors for options
Shell material US Aristech Acrylic
Jet pump 1 1*2.5HP(2-speed)
Jet pump 2 2*3HP(1-speed)
Product dimension 5800*2280*1620mm
Diverter valve 4pcs
Suction 4pcs
Drainage outlet 1pcs
Shell insulation 1cm
Headrest pillows(pc) 2pcs
Support frame Galvanized steel
Skirt PS(optional colors)
Base Fiberglass
Control system Balboa BP6013 + Touch 2 +3kw heater
Power supply 220V/380V/110V
Underwater lighting 1pcs
Jets total (pc) 45pcs
Filter 2pcs;2*100sf
UV sterilizer 1pcs
COLOR CHOICES
Cover:
  
Cabinet:
 
Shell:
 
Describe
Swimming SPA has long been known as the ultimate zero-impact exercise and is widely prescribed by physicians for their patients who want to get in shape or tone their body. ZR6803 employs an impressive water propulsion system that works in concert with its open floor plan design. The observation seats and well marked swim lanes provide the optimum swim training center for your entire family.
Massage Function
 
①Neck Massage ②Foot Massage
 
③Leg Massage ④Direct Massage
 
⑤Rotating Massage ⑥Water Massage jets with LED

Q: What should I pay attention to when choose a spa?
A: You should pay attention to four main aspects. An easy operated control panel which can help save many time; full filtration with readily accessible for cleaning which can protect the pipe from blocking; locking cover and locking panel can keep out small children and safety handrails and steps for ease of entry.
▲Hot Tub Quality—The Biggest Factor
The Parts
A lot is going on behind the scenes, in and outside a spa, to ensure you have a relaxing and rejuvenating hot tub experience. A lot of different parts have to work together to make it function, including:
Interior
· Control system
· Filter system
· Pump
· Heater
· Jets
· Ozone generator
· Lights
· Power service
Exterior
· Cabinet
· Trim
· Pedestal
· Pillows
· Fiberglass shell
There's a wide spectrum of quality where available parts are concerned, and you have to anticipate that the less you pay for the spa, the less the manufacturer paid for the parts. That's because, in order to achieve lower prices, the factory has to spend less building the product, in order to maintain their profit margins. Though not every expensive hot tub will be built with quality parts, you're more likely to find quality at the higher ends of the price range.
The Design
There's a lot of value in the way the spa was designed, as well, especially with regards to maintenance. A well designed hot tub will make parts that need replacing easy to access (just like on a vehicle). When the spa is properly engineered, stress and wear are minimized, maintenance is easy, and repairs are straightforward.
Poorly manufactured spas will make maintenance and repairs a pain, and will often contain pressure points—parts of the design that increase stress and thus tend to break more frequently. Since paying an engineer to properly construct and test the product is an investment that costs money, you will usually see the quality of design, like the quality of parts, reflected in the price.
The Manufacture
The manufacturing process puts the parts and the design together (literally). Even quality parts and a skillfully built design can result in a low-quality product if carelessly assembled. The labor that goes into putting the product together is very important for this reason. If assemblers fail to glue something, miss a seal, or otherwise improperly assemble the product, you've created another pressure point, and the spa will require repairs somewhere down the line because of it. Polar Series Swim Spas manufacturers
website:http://www.loviaspas.com/swim-spas/polar-series/
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