Unique design and construction
With the big shift in demand from “installed” to “portable” spas, most manufacturers simply installed their regular spas into a timber box and called it portable. Many of these require up to 8 people or a small crane to handle and become too difficult and too expensive to move. In addition the timber boxes and frames are easily damaged and can deteriorate rapidly from weather, wood worm or rotting, requiring regular and costly maintenance or repairs.
RotoSpa, on the other hand, was started with a clean sheet, and a set of objectives resulting in an innovative spa, designed and developed from the outset as a true portable. It had to be: –
- Light enough for 1 or 2 people to handle
- Tough enough to resist damage when moved
- Therapeutic, low maintenance and affordable for many more people
Following the principal of modern unitary car construction to achieve reduced weight, higher strength and lower costs, RotoSpa utilises an advanced R.I.M. (Rotary Integrated Moulding) process to form the spa, the surrounds and the base all in one piece. This totally eliminates the need for timber or metal framing and the problem of rotting, cracking and corrosion.