The first Key to good Spa & Hot tub care is Circulation.
Good circulation is key because it directly affects Filtration, Cleaning & Water chemistry.
As you can see in the drawing, water circulates throughout the spa, through the filter & heater and back into the spa. Sometimes, air is injected through the jets or through separate air injectors.
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There are 4 components that contribute to good Circulation in a spa or hot tub:
1. Jets. The jets of the spa, whether air injected or not, ciruclate the water around in the spa.
2. Air bubbles. Air, whether added to the spa's whirlpool jets or injected through separate "jets" or holes in the seats & floor, further help to keep the water circulated.
3. Cleaning. As you clean the spa, you better move the treated water through "dead spots" or areas that need better circulation. This includes the backs of jets or pillows or hidden areas.
4. Soakers. That means YOU! As you move around your spa, your body aids in better circulating the water. Bodies change the flow of the jets.
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