Float in spa
Why choose the float spa premium floating system?
The Float Spa Premium Floating System provides unparalleled hygiene – thanks to our external water reservoir tank and our complex 4+1 steps water cleaning filtration system – which is essential for long term customer satisfaction. Our water cleaning system is the outcome of years of float tank development with the help of a team of experts.
How does the float session work?
The float session happens in the Float Spa Premium floating cabin/tank/pod on the surface of body-warm (appr. 750-800 litres) water including appr. 30% MgSO4 (200-275 kg food quality Epsom salt). You can choose from 30, 60, 90, 120 or 180 minutes long float session on the touch screen display.
What is floating and how does it work?
Floating is a way to improve mental focus, creativity, well-being and pain management, while disconnecting from the world’s distractions. During a 60+ minute session, you will enter a luxurious float room and immerse yourself in an Epsom salt bath.
Is floatation therapy painful?
Medical spa owners and floatation therapy clinic directors say that some clients experience claustrophobia or fear when first entering a float tank. To minimize that discomfort, there are tanks available that aren’t fully closed or that secure privacy with a curtain rather than a door.
How does floating control work?
Floating control is a relatively simple control mode. Essentially you have a logical control block, called a float sequencer. A Float Sequencer takes a proportional control signal, 0-100%, as its input. This block will then control the control device using two physical outputs. These two outputs drive the actuator to open and close.
What is float therapy and how does it work?
Float therapy is a type of therapy that is done in a sensory deprivation tank, which is a dark and soundproof tank or bath-like pool that is filled with saltwater. The tanks are designed to reduce external stimuli in an attempt to improve well-being.
How does a floating platform work?
The floating platform has a large surface area in contact with the water, which is precisely what gives it stability. Like boats, they are made to move to avoid overstressing and stresses on the structure. To minimise these movements, the platform is usually fitted with heave plates, which are surfaces below the waterline.
What is a floatation tank?
A floatation tank, also known as an isolation tank or sensory deprivation tank, is a zero-gravity environment designed to help your mind and body relax, recover, and reset. When you begin your floatation therapy session, you’ll enter a clean and serene environment eliminating external stimuli. No light. No noise. No sound.