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Heated bathtub – Bathtub products may be important components in your bathroom or home spa. But extras such as heating, whirlpool jets, and filtering means increased power consumption compared with a conventional bathtub. Knowing how much energy your Bathtub use can help you plan your bathroom or home spa remodel.

Posted on February 27, 2017 Bathtub With 0 comments

Maintaining the temperature in a heated bathtub hot tub costs about $ 1.20 per day at 8 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh). According to the Nebraska Public Power District and Bathtub. That means the Bathtub uses about 15 kWh for a full day of heat or 0,625 kWh per hour. Bathtub figures assume that the hot tub will go through the first heating no more. Than 4 times per year and that the hot tub will be maintained at a constant temperature at all other times.

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Bathtub products include a number of standard energy-saving features. These include energy-efficient pumps, full foam insulation between the tub shell and skirt, and ultra-low-watt immersion heater to improve thermal efficiency. The bathtub also comes with high-density foam cover that reduces evaporation and heat loss through the water. All heated bathtub now use LEDs for illumination, which last longer and use far less electricity than incandescent bulbs.