The “Business End” of a BainUltra Bath with Geysair

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The Geysair module is seen above installed on the left side of a BainUltra Meridian Bath.  The turbine is at the right with the yet-to-be-installed key pad attached.  Here is how the system works:  Air is drawn in through the bottom of the turbine, heated, and blown out at the top of the unit where it begins a journey up and down the backrest (that’s the squiggly course in the center of the picture).  Note that in doing so, the backrest becomes heated!  The heated air then enters the top of the Geysair unit, and is injected with a fine, metered spray of hot water supplied through the coil of hose on the far left of the picture.  (The hose in the picture has not yet been connected to the incoming hot water line leading to the faucet).  The addition of hot water to the air channel humidifies the channel air, greatly reducing the cold feeling of the air as it enters the bath.  The bath is more comfortable, the water stays hot longer, and the bather enjoys an extended massage without the inconvenience of having to add more hot water.

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Studio IL Bagno is a decorative plumbing and hardware showroom in Salt Lake City. The showroom was established over thirty years ago when the "decorative plumbing and hardware" category was very, very new. Through the years the number of manufacturers and showrooms have increased at a staggering rate. In the light of the current economy, Studio IL Bagno has opted to align itself with a number of true industry leaders and innovators. The industry is awash, presently, with cheap imports, extremely over-priced manufacturers, and manufacturers who never entertained an original thought, existing solely by copying the designs and efforts of others. The goal of this blog is to examine this industry and its direction as it relates to serving its clientele in the best way possible.

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