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Hot Tub & Swim Spa Scene HOLIDAY HOT TUBS


HSG282 in the very near future.” Working with Marquis Spas, 1 Stop Spas have designed a HSG282 compliant hot tub which also boasts some additional features such as simple auxiliary controls, limited hands-on parts, plus filtration systems and in-line sanitisers to reduce the risk of water related illnesses. Chris adds: “The new Marquis Spas Holiday Vegas model will be marketed as a HSG282 compliant hot tub and we will also be seeking approval from the HSE directly. The first units have been shipped from the Marquis factory and are available to order now from 1 Stop Spas, Welsh Hot Tubs & The Tub Company.”


EXPENSIVE MISTAKE


“It can be tempting to purchase cheap imported tubs but it can be a very expensive mistake if you experience service issues,” reveals Jason Smith, Sales Director at Rotospa.


“Holiday hot tubs drive revenue so they need to be reliable. If they are not you will regret it. My advice is to buy quality, buy once and buy British.”


The British-made Rotospa range is ideal for holiday use given its HSG282 In A Nutshell


Ensure that the hot tubs used in business settings are fit for purpose and designed around the guidance to include: • The right number of seats to suit the birth of the lodge. • A minimum of 250 litres of water capacity per bather. • An in-line sanitisation system should be built into the spa (frog system or built-in erosion feeder).


• Floating dispensers should not be used as they can be removed and sanitisation is not controlled and they also offer an additional risk to children.


• pH and sanitiser levels are to be monitored and controlled no less than twice daily.


• Water is to be completely drained and refilled after every group of users or at least weekly.


• Microbiological bacterial testing is to be carried out monthly and every three months for Legionella.


• All hot tubs for business settings should be installed and commissioned by a competent hot tub professional.


• Hot tubs in business settings will require particular commissioning including super-chlorination and initial microbiological testing with satisfactory results before the hot tub can be used.


durability, low cost, UK support and the ability to specify bespoke features tailored to the individual risk assessment for the site. The Rotospa Quatrospa and DuraSpa are among the UK’s bestselling holiday let units, which feature individual auto-dosing sanitiser systems and individual sand filters. The autofill and quickdrain system is operated by the touch of a button and enables the water to be completely changed in less than ten minutes. In terms of life expectancy, Rotospa recommend that hot tubs are changed every five years, however, the company has installed tubs on holiday park sites that are still going strong some ten years later. When selecting a hot tub supplier, Jason advises his customers: “Choose a hot tub supply partner with a long pedigree of manufacture and service - someone who will listen to your needs and offer solutions to them rather than try and force you into an overpriced unit from their stock with features unsuitable for high demand use. Use someone who will work with you as a partner not just sell you a tub.”


Holiday home owner Lucy Dawson recently invested in two new hot tubs for her two rental properties at Easter Ellister Farm, situated on


ABOVE: Although HSG282 is not statutory law, it is considered best practise and helps meet the requirements of the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974. 18 Hot Tub & Swim Spa Scene HOLIDAY HOT TUBS


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