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FOR TOTAL TRANQUILLITY, CONSIDER CERTIKIN Certikin’s Commercial division is now able to offer a totally unique and highly comprehensive spa experience thanks to a new range aptly called Tranquillity. You name it, they do it! They can create a diverse range of thermal bathing experiences, from hot and steamy to cold and invigorating. Starting with architect’s drawings or simply ideas, Certikin will work within a budget to design a bespoke health spa experience that is exactly what clients are looking for – whether refurbishment or new build, domestic or commercial and a single room to a full wellness suite, they can cater for all needs. Here’s just a sample of some of the spa experiences that Certikin can create from the expected to the more unusual:

Steam – a diverse range of thermal bathing experiences can be created. The caldarium and steam bath deliver short bursts of intense heat and steam, while the tepidarium and laconium are designed for warming up or relaxing over a longer period. Other options include salt rooms and aromatherapy rooms. Experience showers – to cleanse the body after various heat treatments they offer a variety of experience showers. These include special lighting, sound effects and fragrance systems. Rasul ‘mud’ rooms – a tiled steam room and a relaxation area with heated floors, heated loungers and showers. Hammam – a classic Turkish bath incorporating heated tiled massage beds with hot water and drainage for wet massage and foam treatments.

Foot spas – featuring heated tiled benches with individual footbaths that fill automatically with warm water and then bubble massage the feet and stimulate the reflexology zones. All of Certikin’s Tranquillity steam rooms and other thermal experience equipment

The unique Dröm-designed Globen Room is a circular structure encased in iridescent glass tiles

Control panels from Aqua Steam Generators feature polished stainless steel bezel and illuminated visual display of both temperature and time remaining

Aqua Steam Generators pride themselves that their range of steam generators provides maximum performance, easy installation, simple operation and lower maintenance time and costs

use the finest quality products and all the Tranquillity equipment can be installed by one of their teams of skilled, experienced engineers if required or come with simple instructions for assembly by chosen engineers.


Dröm specialise in conceiving and constructing a bespoke and unique sanctuary to suit each individual home, hotel or health club they are invited to contribute to. They provide quality in design and build and specify only the installation of systems and components from leading brands of products. Fixtures, fittings and accessories too are sourced from the best quality and design led trusted manufacturers. Just one of the many options they offer is the signature Globen Room – a unique Dröm-designed circular structure encased in iridescent glass tiles. Inside, the curved walls

and benches are draped with a beautiful mix of gold and green glass mosaic tiles. This steam (or ice) room shimmers with a constellation of crystal lenses on the fibre optic lights. A central feature downlighter illuminates the glass and mirror shards embedded in the resin floor.

A kneipp hose or ice chute allows the bather to wash or cool down during a user’s experience and a frosted glass door gives extra privacy to this steam room.


Aqua Steam Generators Ltd manufactures a range of high quality steam room generators specifically designed to suit both domestic and commercial clients. With over 15 years’ experience in manufacturing generators the Aqua Steam team is dedicated to supply quality products designed, built and tested in the UK and

CASE STUDY HygroMatik Help To Provide Exceptional Spa Experience

HygroMatik, a leading manufacturer of humidification and spa products, has provided steam generators for the refurbishment of the luxurious China Fleet Country Club Spa, Plymouth. Anapos Thermal Spa Equipment by Steamworks recognised HygroMatik’s products for their quality and precision engineering offer durable and easy to maintain solutions for the Spa’s advanced offerings.

The Spa boasts a warm, tiled laconium, aroma steam room, salt steam room, Finnish sauna, feature showers, foot spas, three heated tiled loungers and a deck level spa pool. Visitors enter the Laconium to raise their body temperatures and then can enter the steam rooms or sauna. Showers offer tropical or cold rain settings as well as a cold mist experience, all of which can be chosen with a f ragrance.

Martyn Wood, National Sales Director of Anapos Thermal Spa Equipment is pleased that the Spa is proving very popular and explained that the success of the installation in creating an ideal atmosphere has meant word spread quickly around the area, with membership sales already doubling within the first year.

HygroMatik C17 CDS steam generator was required for the aroma steam room whilst a

C30 CDS steam generator was installed for the sauna and salt steam room. The accurate engineering of the generators reflects how the exceptional Spa experience customers receive. HygroMatik ensures its systems are always as easy to maintain, precise and hygienic as possible.

The refurbishment meant that Anapos and China Fleet worked closely for 24 months to specify the correct systems for durability, efficiency, and to create the ideal atmospheres for visitors. The contract amounted to almost £250,000 for supply and installation of the state of the art Spa. Full RGB colour changing light systems, MP3 sound systems and essence injection systems were all added throughout the Spa’s many relaxation areas.

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