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SHOW PREVIEW


UK POOL & SPA EXPO, NEC, BIRMINGHAM, UK


certain parts of England where there are some exciting opportunities available.


Three new spas are being launched at the show including a new double lounge model and a new special edition spa, which is expected to be even more popular than the original special edition Hurricane spa that was launched at the end of 2011. Make sure you call by their stand to take a look, as without doubt these spas will redefine what a customer expects from a mid range spa! In addition, the company will also be launching their new Crystal AOP system which will revolutionise spa sanitisation! See them on stand 490


BOSTA UK UNVEILS A NEW LOOK AND FEEL AT UK SHOWS Having exhibited at SPATEX earlier in the month, Bosta UK Ltd will also be showcasing its new ‘look and feel’ at this year’s UK Pool & Spa Expo. The fresh new branding and corporate style of Bosta UK, reflects how they are really moving forward and are the professional partner for many pool customers. Bosta are now better serving their customers from a huge new European Distribution Centre (EDC) in Holland. The brand new state-the-art building covers 3 acres and stocks over 20,000 products, benefitting customers by stocking a much larger range of products, improved stock availability and more complete orders. Further benefits include faster order processing, tracking & logistics and improved technical service.


Bosta UK will be showcasing two new products at this year’s UK Pool shows – the new SACI pump and the new Mega SMG filter. The new European manufactured SACI mid-range pumps are self-priming, offer excellent hydraulic performance and give Bosta customers the opportunity to sell a unique range of reliable pumps in the UK.


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The new Mega SMG filter uses a smooth gel-coated fibreglass tank with a large transparent lid for easy inspection and maintenance. The sleek new efficient design will stand out in any plant room. See them on stand 440


GMT SPAS INTERNATIONAL At the NEC, GMT Spas will welcome you to their array of mosaic tiled spas and pools. If you are refurbishing or upgrading an existing leisure complex, health club or private residence or perhaps designing a project but have problems providing spa leisure solutions then GMT can help. Whether small, medium or large; round, square, oval, or rectangular; a spa, lounging spa or swimming spa. Whatever the requirement, GMT offer a unique, bespoke and stylish range of options and can help deliver ideas and make a clients dream a reality. See them on stand 545


HEALTHY HEAT FOR IMPROVED WELL-BEING FROM PHYSIOTHERM Heat has been used for thousands of years to treat a variety of ailments and for general well-being. Physiotherm has been very successfully making use of the positive effects of heat for 18 years now. As the world’s sole manufacturer, only Physiotherm is able to offer this combination of low- temperature infrared and patented lava sand technologies which is so finely attuned to the requirements of the human body. This gentle application of heat – the Physiotherm principle – was only achieved through targeted research. Regular usage at as low as 30°C is gentle on the circulation and can relieve tension, reduce back pain and strengthen the immune system.


Physiotherm infrared cabins allow users to experience a unique sense of wellbeing as well as offering optimum comfort and ease of use. A fully electronic and freely adjustable


GMT Spas International can help make a clients dream a reality


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