Carefully read the following lines regarding accident prevention:
Do not start-up the Spa unless it is full of water.
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
Take extreme precautions to stop children from entering the Spa unattended. To avoid accidents, ensure that children are supervised at all times. Never leave children alone in the Spa. Take care when entering and leaving the Spa to avoid slipping on wet surfaces.
Do not allow anybody to play with sharp or metal objects inside the Spa, which could damage the acrylic surface.
Do not allow any user to access to the electrical parts of the Spa.
Do not use electronic devices inside the Spa.
Do not let animals go inside the Spa.
Do not fill the Spa with other liquid other than fresh, duly treated water.
Do not fill the Spa with hot water (maximum 35ºC); let the water heat by itself, otherwise it could damage the temperature probes (see “Temperature Adjustment”).
Do not use the Spa immediately after intense physical exercise.
Do not use the Spa if you are suffering from a contagious disease or 14 days after recovering from a contagious disease.
In order to guarantee maximum safety when bathing all our Spas use pumps designed to suction water from anti-vortex, safety drain covers, located on the floor of the Spa. Take special care that these drain covers are not covered by any object or the users (pieces of clothing, hair, legs, etc.). For safety reasons, your head should always be outside the Spa in order to avoid drowning. Do not use the Spa if the drain covers are broken, damaged or unassembled, as apart from damaging the Spa, it could also lead to a risk of drowning.
The headrests of your Spa are made of synthetic foam, which can be damaged in high concentrations or bromine or chlorine, or low levels of pH. Make sure that when adding chemical products, the headrests are neither totally nor partially immersed in the water. If necessary, remove them until the chemical products have taken effect. Damages resulting from improper use shall not be considered under the guarantee of the product.
The Spa includes a cover designed to protect the acrylic surface from sunrays when it is not being used. This cover will also help to keep the water warm. and for sun protection that could damage the acrylic material of the Spa. The cover will require.
The appliance should be installed through a residual current device (RCD) with a rated tripping current not exceeding 30 mA
The cover is designed to protect the spa, not to bear weight. Not even water or snow. Do not place objects on top of the cover. Do not allow people or animals get on the cover. Periodically remove snow to prevent buildup.
The water should be disinfected thoroughly before using the Spa, especially if it has not been used for a certain period of time, whether or not it has been left with or without water inside. During periods of non-use, traces of stagnant water may remain, which may cause the growth of micro organisms potentially dangerous for health. Therefore, disinfect the Spa as indicated in this manual, ensuring that the pH and disinfectant parameters are suitable.
ATTENTION The compensation tanks of private overflow spas have a limited capacity. They can hold 280 litres of water, equivalent to 4 partially submerged people. Users should enter the spa one by one and slowly to enable the tanks to absorb the displaced water and prevent water from flowing out of the spa.
RISKS OF HYPERTHERMIA
Prolonged, direct contact with hot water could cause hyperthermia.
This occurs when the internal body temperature reaches levels above the normal temperature of 36.5ºC. It is advised not to bathe for longer than 15 minutes.
Symptoms of hyperthermia are a sudden drop in blood pressure resulting in a sensation of dizziness with the possibility of fainting.
Water temperatures between 37ºC and 40ºC are only considered safe for adults without any health problems. Lower temperatures are recommended for the majority of people and children. The Spa water should never be above 40ºC.
WARNING Alcohol, drugs or medicines could increase the risk of hyperthermia. It is not advisable for pregnant women, patients with high blood pressure, a heart condition, diabetes or under medication to use the spa. You should seek doctor’s advice.