Hot Tub Parts: Water Jets
Water jets can make relaxing in a hot tub a fantastic experience. While regular water in the hot tub just flows around you, providing a warm experience, the jets spray exhilarating streams of water on your body. Many consider that the spray provides health benefits in addition to a pleasing experience.
Modern hot tubs might come with a hundred and more of these jets (compared to less than a dozen in old models). The jets also come in different varieties. Let us look at a few of these.
Swirl Jets: These jets impart a circular motion to the water resulting in massaging a wider area of the body as compared to a straight jet.
Mini Jets: Instead of using a standard sized jet, you can use a cluster of mini jets. When the jets are positioned right, they can provide a unique and more powerful massage experience that is also considered great for health benefits.
Whirlpool Jet: Whirlpool jets combine the power of several jets by diverting the pressure from these to the whirlpool jet. The concentrated and powerful water spray from this large jet can provide relief for those who suffer pains from specific complaints such as sprains. The jet must be located conveniently around the middle of the tub so that users can maneuver desired parts of their body in front of the jet.
Shoulder Jets: Shoulder jets are positioned above the water line in a way to direct the jet of water to shoulder areas of bathers. These can be directional jets so that people of
Pillow Jet: Neck is the area where most people feel the impact of stress. The pillow jet combines the comfort of a pillow and the therapeutic benefit of water jets to provide a stress-relieving experience to the user.
You will notice the varied experiences water jets can provide to hot tub users. Newer types of jets are coming into the market as innovators identify new needs and ways of satisfying them.
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