SCALA by BainUltra

This freestanding Scala bathtub by BainUltra allows you to slip into a world of relaxation and luxury without having to travel anywhere – except to your bathroom. Combining the comfortable design with the Therapy  features, you may find yourself never wanting to leave!

Scala Satin Brass CloseupWith two different sizing options, the Scala bathtub has been designed with a wider seat, backrest, and headrest that helps you stretch out and into a relaxing position. Getting in, and staying in, the bathtub is the easy part, but getting out is where some might have a struggle and BainUltra has helped alleviate that issue by inserting metal armrests on either side of the lower inside portion of the bathtub.

BainUltra truly did a fantastic job at integrating modern-day functionality into this contemporary style bathtub.

    • Scala 6638 –  66″ Length  38″ Width  25″ Height
    • Scala 7242 –  72″ Length  42″ Width  25″ Height

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For a better understanding of how this bathtub looks and feels, come visit the Studio IL Bagno Showroom and slip into the Scala bathtub on display, or any of the other 14 tubs! Don’t forget to ask about a tub-filler during your visit.

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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.