Beginning in 1997, most spas started using a circulation pump to move water through the heater and the ozonating systems. Over time, small amounts of debris can begin to clog the lines. Using a small compressor to blow out these lines can improve water flow, reliability, and the possibility of an annoying “flow error”.
We recommend this simple procedure be done every few of years. It costs you nothing and increases the reliability of your spa’s operation. Remember to keep the compressor setting at about 40 pounds. Higher pressures may cause problems to the internal plumbing. Click here to read more about Flow.
As always, we appreciate your business, and look forward to hearing from you about this, or any other questions you might have.