Hot Tub Filters
Filters are an essential park when it comes to your hot tub, they come with a range of housing or covers and the filter will help to remove any contaminants or debris from your hot tub, so you can relax and enjoy. High quality hot tub and spa filters aim to keep your water clear at all times, ensuring the best performance and that you have an enjoyable experience. Here at SpaChem we provide some of the best hot tub filters available on the UK market, we can assist you with everything that you need to make sure that your hot tub experience is brilliant. For more information, take a look at the range of hot tub filters and spa filters that we offer online today. As experts we also advise that you have two sets of filters for your spa and that you rotate them frequently - one being cleaned and one being used and vice versa. We recommend this as it will add to the longevity of your spa filter. We supply a large selection of hot tub and spa filters, so simply take a look at the range of stock and sell online today.
When it comes to your hot tub filter, its lifespan will depend on a number of factors, a good quality filter should last from two to five years, this is if the filter is being cleaned and maintained properly. For those hot tub owners who use their hot tub frequently, around three years is the longest you can expect a spa filter to last. It's important to remember that this will all depend on how well you care for your hot tub filter, as well as how often you are using it. The type of water you use can also affect how often your hot tub filter will need to be replaced, hard water can cause calcium to build up on the filter, which won’t be noticeable to the eye when in the water, but it can cause serious deterioration over a much quicker time scale. If you notice that your spa filter is green or brown, or falls apart when cleaning, this is another sign that it needs replacing. We recommend that in order to get the most out of your hot tub filter, you regularly clean it as well as rinse the filter with running water, this can just be done with tap water. You should do this every month and we also advise that you spray a specialised chemical spa spray on the filter before you rinse it. Around every three months, you should be looking to remove the filer and soak it in a cleaning chemical solution for an overnight period.
Here at SpaChem we stock and supply a range of spa filters and hot tub filters, there are so many available that it can often be a mind field to find the right spa or hot tub filter for your needs. The team at SpaChem can always be on hand to assist and make sure that you find the best spa filter for your hot tubs. By purchasing two filters you are eliminating the chance that your hot tub may be out of action during filter maintenance. Having two sets of spa filters is a more economical choice and will make sure that both sets last longer, especially over using the same filter continuously. While one set in being cleaned, the other can be used so you can still enjoy your hot tub. You will need to soak your filter in a cleaning solution for around 24 hours and then afterwards, let it fully dry out, this is to ensure that all bacteria has died off, ensuring a hygienic hot tub performance. When it comes to finding the right spa filter for your spa or hot tub, you will need to consider the type of spa you have as well as the dimensions and manufacturer. This is where SpaChem, we can be on hand to advise you on the correct hot tub filter for your spa.
SpaChems extensive range of hot tub filters all perfectly priced, Our range is a universal fit for all filter types and brands - Darlly - Pleatco - Unicel - Filbur - Magnum and not only this we also cover a range of spas, if you need support finding the right type of filter you can either use or search bar or drop us a message and we can help you find what you are looking for.
Our dedicated manufacture has been making quality, high-grade spa filter & swimming pool filter cartridges since 1982. Our filters use a super-strong endcap material, leading Reemay® filtration fabric and efficient free flow cores. In addition to our quality hot tub spa made filters we can also offer a range of Microban® filters.Reemay what does that mean to you?
- Excellent manufacturing for reliable performance and sparkling water
- Higher dirt-holding capacity (less cleaning)
- Unique trilobal fibre shape increases filtration performance Greater strength and stiffness stands up to high pressure and cleaning
- Microban is an antimicrobial product added to Reemay to inhibit the growth of bacteria, mould, and mildew.
- Microban protection can be found in thousands of consumer, industrial, and medical products around the world.
- Microban is built into the fabric, so will last the life of the cartridge.
- Microbes are invisible to the naked eye. They are living cells that can double in number every 20 minutes in hot spa water. They can cause stains and odours and can reduce the life of the filter cartridge.
- Remember to check out our filter cleaning range to get the best out of your spa filter.
How Often Should You Replace Spa Filters?
If you have bought a spa or hot tub, it's important to know exactly what a hot tub filter is, as well as how it needs to be cleaned and maintained, as well as when it is due to be replaced. The filter on your hot tub is a vital component and is what is used to ensure that your hot tub is always clean and sanitary, ensuring that you can enjoy your spa whenever your wish. Filters do require cleaning and maintenance on spas frequently, this is to ensure the longest lifespan for the filter. It's important that they remember when you first installed your filter and how long that you have had it for, it will ensure that your hot tub or spa is always performing to its best. When it comes to avoiding your hot tub being out of use, we recommend that you always buy a spare filter, this can be used when you are cleaning your current one, we also advise that you never use a high pressure washer on the filter and that you use a gentle stream of water. You should also allow the filter to dry completely before you replace it and use rubber gloves when handling the filter with chemical sprays and cleaners.Ranges of Spa's brands we cover for filters:
Alps Spas, American Spas, Aqua Spas, Arctic Spas, Artesian Spas, Baja Spas, Beachcomber, Bullfrog Spas, Cal Spas, Caldera Spas, Cascade Spas, Canadian spa filter, Catalina Spas, Clearwater Spas, Coast Mountain Spas, Coast Spas, Coleman Spas, Crystal Waters Spas, Dimension One @Home Hot Tubs, Dolphin Spas, Down East, Dream Maker Spas, Dynasty Spas, Elite Spas, Emerald Spas, Freeflo Spas, Master Spas, Great Lakes Spas, Gulf Coast Spas, Hot Spot Spas, Hot Springs Spas, HydroSpa, Hydropool, Serenity Spas, LA Spas, Leisure Bay Spas, Maax Spas, Marquis Spas, Nordic Hot Tubs, PDC Spas, QCA Spas, Santa Barbara Spas, Saratoga Spas, Sierra Spas, Southwest Spas, Signature Spas, Spa Crest, Sunbelt Spas, Sunrise Spas, Diamante Spas, Strong Spas, Viking Spas, Vita Spas and more.