Jacuzzi Hot Tubs, has introduced its new energy efficient hot tubs with heat retention property from their proprietary Rigid Bond shell construction to conserve heat and lower operating costs for the users.
The new Jacuzzi hot tubs are full-foam insulated with two different types of foam completely filling the compartments along the shell, and the other open areas inside the cabinet, enabling them to control heat and energy loss.
The hot tubs feature energy saving jet pumps to cost effectively produce jet power and low amp programmable circulation pumps that are engineered to heat filter and sanitize in an efficient way to further reduce energy usage.
Further, the hot tub covers are constructed with high density foam covered by weather resistant material that insulates the hot tub and saves energy, while the LED lights used in their hot tubs are designed to last longer and produce more light per watt than incandescent bulbs.
Jacuzzi Hot Tubs senior product manager Larry Ovalle said that nearly every aspect of Jacuzzi hot tubs is designed for energy efficiency, from the jet pumps to the insulating cover.
“Not only do all Jacuzzi hot tubs meet strict energy consumption standards from the California Energy Commission, they also save energy and save our customers money in operating costs,” Ovalle said.