Check the water temperature regularly. Do not use water at temperatures above 40ºC. The ideal temperature is 35-36ºC.
Set the hot tub to a lower temperature if you are going to use the hot tub for more than 10-15 minutes.
Pregnant women, small children, people with heart conditions, health problems or who are under medical supervision should not use the hot tub without checking with their doctor first.
Take special care if you are alone when using the hot tub. Prolonged soaking in hot water can cause nausea, dizziness, and fainting.
Do not use the hot tub after drinking alcohol or taking drugs or medication that cause drowsiness or may raise/lower blood pressure.
Take special care when getting in and out of the hot tub. Wet surfaces increase the risk of falls.
You should not use electrical or electronic devices (radios, hair dryers, etc.) inside or near to the hot tub.
While you are using the hot tub, keep your head, body and clothing at least 40 cm away from the suction outlets. If you have long hair, you should tie it up and fix it in place.
Only use original spare parts. Any modification to the product will require the express authorization of the manufacturer.
Check the level of chlorine and the water’s pH level before using the hot tub. Avoid using the hot tub if these levels are outside the normal recommended ranges or if a shock treatment is underway.
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
In the event of a power outage, make sure that the water loop is prepared or connect/disconnect the necessary elements before restoring the power.
This device can be used by children above the age of 8 and by persons with physical, sensory or mental impairment or a lack of experience or knowledge, provided that they are being supervised by an adult.
Do not allow children to play with the device.
Take great care to prevent children from entering the hot tub without permission. To avoid accidents, make sure that children are always being supervised by an adult. Do not leave children alone in the hot tub. Take care when entering and leaving the hot tub to prevent any falls caused by wet or damp surfaces.
Do not allow anyone to play with metal or sharp objects inside the hot tub, they may damage the acrylic surface.
Prevent bathers from accessing the hot tub’s electrical parts.
Do not use electrical or electronic devices inside the hot tub.
Do not place animals in the hot tub.
Do not fill the hot tub with any fluid other than drinking water.
Avoid using the hot tub immediately after performing strenuous physical exercise.
Do not use the hot tub if you have a contagious disease or within 14 days of having a contagious disease.
All our hot tubs are designed so that their pumps draw the water through anti-vortex drain covers located at the bottom of the hot tub. Take special care to prevent these drains from being covered or blocked by an object or by the bathers themselves (pieces of clothing, hair, lower limbs, etc.). For your safety, always keep your head outside the hot tub to prevent drowning or accidental entrapment. Do not use the hot tub if the drains are broken, damaged or removed because, besides damaging your hot tub, you run the risk of drowning or entrapment.
The headrests on your hot tub are made of synthetic foam that may be degraded by high concentrations of bromine/chlorine or low pH levels. When adding chemicals make sure that the headrests are not fully or partially submerged in the water. If necessary, remove the headrest until the chemical levels have stabilised. Any damage caused by incorrect use will not be covered by the product’s warranty.
The hot tub is supplied with a cover that is designed to protect its acrylic surface from sunlight when your hot tub is not in use. This cover will also help you to maintain the hot tub’s water temperature. However, it is not designed to bear any weight. Not even water or snow. Avoid placing objects on top of the cover. Do not allow people or animals to climb onto the cover. Remove the snow regularly to prevent any build up.
The device is powered through a residual-current device (RCD) with a rated residual current no greater than 30 mA.
It is necessary to check the condition of the water and disinfect it properly when using your hot tub, especially if it has remained unused for a prolonged period, whether with or without water inside. During periods of non-use, small amounts of standing water may remain in the hot tub, which can lead to the growth of microorganisms that are potentially hazardous to your health. Therefore, disinfect your hot tub as instructed in this manual, to ensure suitable pH and disinfectant levels.
PREVENTING THE RISK OF HYPERTHERMIA
Extended periods in direct contact with hot water can lead to HYPERTHERMIA, which occurs when the body’s internal temperature rises above the normal temperature of 36,5ºC. It is not advisable to continue bathing for more than 15 minutes.
The symptoms of hyperthermia are a sudden drop in blood pressure and a resulting feeling of dizziness with the possibility of fainting.
The water in the hot tub should never exceed 40ºC.
Water temperatures between 37ºC and 40ºC are considered safe for adults without health problems. Lower temperatures are recommended for most people and for children.