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HOT TUB & SWIM SPA NEWS


Sundance Spa Makes A Wish Come True


Golden Coast is delighted to announce that the very first order to be filled under its exclusive UK distribution deal with Sundance Spas is for a luxury Marin 880 hot tub for Make-A-Wish Foundation UK. The charity, which grants magical wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions, has long been a favourite of Golden Coast and its staff. Their continuing support is to be extended by Sales Manager Adam Clark this April when he runs the London Marathon to raise funds.


Devoted to improving health and well being through the benefits of superior hydrotherapy, Sundance Spas are engineered to deliver customers with an experience of the highest quality. Like every Sundance product, the Marin 880 benefits from the company’s heritage of innovative features which have been specially developed to improve peace of mind and ease of body. Featuring five individual Accu-Ssage therapy seats – each equipped with its own supportive head rest – the model includes an array of Fluidix hot tub jets to work on the arms, legs and back. The unique Fluidix design employs low pressure over traditional ball bearings, ensuring that there are no wearing parts – for low maintenance and a long life. The model also utilises innovative


CLEARRAYTM water purification technology,


which neutralises waterborne pathogens and maintains water quality without using gas or chemicals. Available for retrofit to any spa, including older Sundance models, it combines with other convenient features, such as the MicroClean Ultra Filter, to make Sundance hot tubs easier to maintain than any other on the market.


Golden Coast Managing Director Jamie Adams says: “Make-A-Wish wanted to order a spa for a particular wish child, and family, and we were very pleased to be able to help. We hope they will enjoy many happy hours using it.”


Sundance Spas (Golden Coast) 01271 378100 www.sundance-spas.co.uk


BTU Expand Product Range To Include Hot Tub Spares


BTU Pool Services, who have been a mainstay within the pool industry for 40 years, have announced that they will be extending their product portfolio this year and will be offering clients and the wider trade an extensive range of hot tub spares and accessories to complement their existing product ranges.


BTU are one of the largest independent suppliers to the UK pool trade and are already well established in supplying a wide range of pool equipment and spares. The decision means that the company are able to focus on providing their client base with the opportunity for a ‘one stop shop’ for all their procurement needs. BTU’s investment in and introduction of this range, among others this year, shows their commitment to ensuring that they continue to offer the best possible service to their clients.


Being an independent supplier has always benefited the company as it allows them to source literally any product or product range incorporating all manufacturers and brands, whilst remaining competitive with price and service. There will be more information on this range plus many more new and exciting products in the new BTU price book, which should be available by the start of April. Contact BTU to pre-order your copy.


BTU Pool Services 01483 727444 www.btu-poolservices.com


Spa Crest Launch Revolutionary Carbon Fibre Hot Tubs


Spa Crest Europe Ltd, the Lancashire based importer and distributor of the Spa Crest and Brand2Go ranges of genuine American made hot tubs has announced an industry first with the inclusion of carbon fibre within the construction of their spa shells.


Those familiar with the fields of aerospace, luxury yachts and Formula 1 cars will already be aware of carbon fibre. The material is renowned for its properties of incredibly light weight coupled with immense strength. These qualities make it ideal for incorporating in a spa shell, particular at key stress points created by the acrylic vacuum-moulding process. The way that spa shells have been reinforced in the past in an attempt to increase structural strength involved either making the fibreglass backing thicker and thicker, or incorporating materials such as ABS or angled steel profiles, which dramatically increase weight, thus in itself putting extra strain on the shell and the supporting framework. The inclusion of carbon fibre delivers the twin benefits of delivering


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shell an extra dimension which we hope will demonstrate to consumers our commitment to quality and value, and instil even greater confidence in our product.”


superior structural integrity over other materials, without increasing the weight of the shell. Tony Welsby, Managing Director of Spa Crest Europe said: “We are really proud to announce this industry first. We already felt that we made one of the strongest shells on the market before and our dealers and consumers tell us how impressed with how solid they are anyway. Using carbon fibre to reinforce the shell at specific points of stress, combined with Microban®


Commenting from his office in Claxton, Georgia, Chad Moreton, President of Spa Crest Manufacturing added: “By keeping abreast of the latest technological advances and listening to comments from consumers and ideas from within our dealer network, we are really pleased to be the first to bring this concept to market in the hot tub industry. I’m sure others will be intrigued and follow in the future, and adoption of carbon fibre material will become industry standard. But we are happy to have taken the lead in pioneering this landmark in hot tub engineering.”


Carbon fibre will be incorporated as standard on all 2013 model Spa Crest, Coastal, Vision and Brand2Go spa shells.


impregnated acrylic from Lucite, gives an already rock-solid


Spa Crest Europe 0844 871 8730 www.spacrest-europe.com


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