19 May Filtration is Key
Deciding on the right filtration for your tanks when you’re opening a float centre can be tricky. Though some float solutions come with their own filtration system, many do not. How do you choose a filter that works for you? Start by understanding your options.
There are two main types of filtration systems. One is set up in the same room as the sensory deprivation tank. The other option runs remotely, in a room away from where you keep your float tank.
Filtration that resides in the same room as its tank will be more accessible if performing water temperature and pH balance checks. When issues arise with the filter, it will also be easier for it to be serviced when it’s located in the same room as its tank.
On the flip side, from our experience, the mark of an excellent filtration system is its ability to run quietly. If filtration is set up in a room away from the tank, your clients will enjoy a deeper feeling of serenity after their float, undisturbed by the sound of a filter. Because certain systems emit a lot of noise while running, filtration located near a tank might disrupt the relaxed state of your customers.
Luckily, we at Pro Float Inc. have developed a solution that combines the benefits of both types of filter. The Pro Float filtration system is the ideal companion to homemade tanks, float rooms and existing float tank upgrades. It comes in a sleek and compact design with an easy access, top-opening lid, making water testing a breeze. Our system is very efficient and one of the quietest on the market. It allows your customers to finish their float in peace and leave your centre feeling relaxed and revitalized. We use a high-end, centralized Spa Pak to control and power all the components with single cord plug-in. Also, enjoy all the bells and whistles like a digital tablet controller, Bluetooth/3.5mm audio jack stereo, interior LED lights, and so much more.
We’ve experimented a lot since our first float cabin was created and we’d love to share our knowledge with you. Feel free to reach out and ask any questions you may have about tank construction, parts and service. Contact us today to learn more about the Pro Float filtration system and request a quote.