Hot Tub Energy Efficiency

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Hot Tub Energy Efficiency

Nearly every aspect of Jacuzzi® hot tubs is designed for energy efficiency, from the proprietary TriFusion System™ shell construction to the jet pumps and the insulating cover’ says Senior Product manager, Larry Ovalle. ’Not only do all Jacuzzi® hot tubs meet strict energy consumption standards from the California Energy Commission; they also save energy, saving our customers money in operating costs

Jacuzzi® Energy Efficient Components
Jacuzzi® hot tubs start with superior heat retention from their proprietary rigid bond shell construction. The TriFusion shell and foam insulation conserve energy by maintaining water temperature longer. Some hot tub manufacturers place insulation solely along the floors or inside the cabinets for a ‘partially insulated’ hot tub, but Jacuzzi® hot tubs feature two types of foam completely filling the compartments along the shell and other open areas inside the cabinet, making them among the most energy efficient hot tubs on the market.

All Jacuzzi® energy efficient jet pumps cost effectively produce high-performance jet power and Jacuzzi® hot tub programmable circulation pumps are engineered to heat, filter and sanitize in a highly efficient way to further reduce energy usage. By creating a strong and reliable flow through every jet, the jet pumps create a vigorous massage action while the low amp circulation pump work steadily to ensure clean, hot water is always available. Easy to programme filtration and heating cycles allow you to control energy costs based on your personal use of your Jacuzzi® hot tub. The system also allows you to lock in your settings to prevent unauthorised access.

Jacuzzi® heaters feature an ultra low watt density, energy saving titanium heating element and housing which increases thermal efficiency and saves energy.

Even Jacuzzi® hot tub accessories are energy efficient. All Jacuzzi® hot tub covers are constructed with high density foam covered by weather resistant material that insulates the hot tub and saves energy. All the lights used in their hot tub are made with LED technology to last longer, cost less and produce more light per watt than incandescent bulbs.

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