Yes, but we strongly recommend using a pad. Also, avoid dragging the hot tub over the cement floor, as it can cause damage, such as holes. The surface on which you are going to place it should be smooth, flat and free of sharp objects.
Be careful not to damage it with sharp objects. Make sure the place you choose for it is safe. Check the pH level regularly, keep the water clean and disinfected.
There are two markings on the inside of the jacuzzi: minimum and maximum. The water level must be between these two markings.
Please pay special attention to the following instructions:
Be careful when first filling with water. The water should reach the minimum line, but should not exceed the maximum line, otherwise the jacuzzi pump may be damaged. Avoid splashing water outside the jacuzzi, as it may fall into the control panel and derange it.
After filling the jacuzzi with water, check the level of the air pressure inside it, making sure the pointer reaches the green sector. If you need to reinflate the jacuzzi during use, make sure the pointer is in the green sector.
If you plan to be away for a long period during heat, reduce the pressure in the jacuzzi till the pointer reaches the yellow sector of the gauge. Тhis way you will avoid overinflating the jacuzzi.
The hot tub should be inflated until it is stable, which is about 85%. If the spa is overinflated, it can be damaged after being filled with water and left in direct sunlight in the summer. Always check the pressure with the gauge, with the pointer in the green section. If you need to reinflate the spa during use, always make sure that the gauge pointer is in the green section.
The frequency of changing water depends on how it is maintained. If the water is filtered properly and good disinfection is maintained, it does not need to be changed throughout the summer season.
The water in the hot tub can be changed less frequently in the following cases:
No. Dogs, cats and other pets should be kept away from the jacuzzi to avoid the risk of drowning. In addition, there is a risk of damage to some components. (interior walls, inflatable hoop, PRCD device, etc.)
Each option has its advantages and disadvantages. If outside, the spa can attract unwanted glances. Atmospheric conditions can also be a deterrent, although many people would enjoy immersing themselves in warm, bubbling water while light rain or snow falls outside.
If installed indoors, keep in mind that moisture will increase significantly. Therefore, you need to think about how to properly ventilate the room, otherwise mold and other structural damage can occur. Also, when installing indoors, you should consider the options for filling and draining the spa. The base on which the hot tub will be placed must be strong enough to support a full spa. The advantage of the interior installation is that you are hidden from other people's sight and the spa itself will be protected from the weather outside.
No. Mixing the two water treatment products is very dangerous. If you normally use chlorine products and want to switch to bromine or vice versa, first you must drain the spa water and then refill it.
Yes, you can use it in cold weather if you comply with the following instructions:
The base must be level and stable. If there are sharp objects, they should be removed. It is advisable to put a pad between the spa and the base. Do not put the hot tub in a place that can be flooded.
This is normal because the MSpa hot tub air massage system is designed to stop automatically. This happens if the system has been running for 20 minutes, then stops for 10 minutes. If you want to restart the air massage, press the massage button again.
It is normal because the heater cannot be switched on separately from the filter pump. At the same time, while the heater is running, the filter pump cannot be switched off. You need to stop the heater and then you can stop the filter pump.
We strongly recommend that you cover the spa with an inflatable thermal insulation cover that protects the water in the hot tub from cooling.
You can also put a thermal insulation mat on the bottom, between the spa and the base, which also has a thermal insulation function.
When the heater is on, the water in the spa is heated by about 1.2 ° C to 2.5 ° C / hour. If the original water temperature is 24 ° C and you want to heat the water to 38 ° C, it will take about 7 - 10 hours.
As a result of the tests, the water temperature will drop by 1 ° C every 5 hours.