What is a Hot Tub Blower?

 

Most people like to use their hot tub to turn off and relax. However, there are others who become contemplative in their hot tubs and begin to wonder about the inner workings of such a fabulous piece of equipment. This article has been written for those who like to know how things work and how to make them better. There are many components of a hot tub that need to work in synchronicity to create the relaxing environment it’s known for. One of the more obscure components found in many hot tubs is the hot tub blower. What is a hot tubblower? We’ve come up with an article to help you find out.

  

What Is A Hot Tub Blower?

  

A hot tub blower is the component that creates air bubbles in the water. For this reason, it’s also known as an air pump or a bubbler. A hot tub blower is composed of an air pump that’s attached to a fan. It forces air through a length of piping and into the hot tub resulting in refreshing bubbles being blown into the water. Some people confuse the hot tub blower with the water jets that create the intense massaging effect that hot tubs are known for.

 

What Are the Hot Tub Blower Advantages?

  

The bubbles created by hot tub blowers can produce a refreshing, yet relaxing atmosphere. The combination of air and water creates a flow of bubbles that stimulates the skin and adds to the effects of the massaging jets. Some people also like the fact that the bubbles create a cover for the bathing bodies below the water line and remove any awkwardness that may be caused by exposure.

  

What Kinds of Hot Tub Blowers Are There?

  

Although they all basically do the same thing, there are a number of different types of hot tub blowers on the market. Understanding these differences is important if you’re looking to install or replace one. Blowers are available to run at 110 or 220 volts and there are many different types of electrical plugs to choose from.

 

Understanding the electrical system, you’re working with is important before making a purchase. You’ll also need to choose which power rating will work best for you. Hot tub blowers typically come in 1, 1.5 and 2 horsepower ratings. Which one is best for your situation will depend on how deep the water is in your hot tub, the amount of use it gets, the diameter and length of the air piping and the number of sharp angles the air has to navigate on its way to the water.

  

If you’d like to learn more about how hot tubs work, download our free hot tub buyer’s guidetoday.

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