What size filter does my hot tub need?

What size filter does my hot tub need?

Always start by measuring the width (diameter) of your old cartridge across the outside edges of the end cap at its widest point. Note: Measurements may vary by about 1/8″ due to expansion, shrinkage, etc. For example, if you measure as a 5″ diameter, and can’t find a match, it may actually be a 4-15/16″ filter, etc.

Are hot tub filters a standard size?

There are only two types of male thread commonly fitted to hot tub filters: Fine threaded filters are usually found in 3 nominal sizes: either 1 1/2″, 2″ or 3 1/2″ MPT. The alternative is a very coarse, widely spaced, flat-edge thread and again these are usually found in 2 nominal sizes: 1 1/2″ or 2″ SAE.

Are hot tub filters universal?

No. There are three main filter cartridge manufacturers. Darlly, Pleatco and Unicel. You can usually find the equivalent model from another manufacturer to fit your hot tub.

Is Leisure Bay Spas out of business?

Leisure Bay Spa company is out of business. Leisure Bay spa shells and frames routinely last 30-40 years, but the moving parts behind the access panel door seldom run more than 10 years.

Can you run a spa without a filter?

Don’t Run It Without the Filter Running the pump in a spa for too long without a filter can lead to clogged pump impellers and a fast decline in the water quality. So if you need a new filter, replace it as soon as possible. And in the meantime, only run the pump on low speed instead of turning it off.

Do all hot tubs use the same filters?

Filter numbers change based on manufacturer. So there may be three or more different filter numbers that match your filter. A hot tub manufacturer number (Ex Hot Springs, American Whirlpool, Master Spas, etc) and each filter manufacturer (Ex Pleatco, Baleen, Filbur, etc) will have its own number for that filter.

Do all filters fit all hot tubs?

Generally speaking, there are not many differences between a filter designed for use in an inflatable hot tub and a filter intended for use with a regular, “hard-sided” tub. Both primary forms of hot tub can be installed with a range of different types of hot tub filter, all of which have been mentioned just above.

Is there a difference in hot tub filters?

When did Leisure Bay hot tubs go out of business?

Leisure Bay started over 30 years ago and made spas in Florida. Rec Warehouse started in New York and then became the Leisure Group and moved to Florida. Since 2011, Leisure Bay no longer manufactures acrylic spas.

Are there any filters for garden leisure spa?

Garden Leisure Spa Filters – We offer a growing selection of filters for most Garden Leisure Spa filters. Garden Leisure has the perfect fit for every spa enthusiast. “Healthier, quieter and more energy efficient” than many other spas, Garden Leisure tubs are built to last and designed for comfort.

Where can I buy garden leisure hot tubs?

Garden Leisure Spas is a hot tub manufacturer based in Tennessee next to Dynasty Spas plant. They sell their spas in the USA, as well as several European countries like Germany, France, Spain and England.

What kind of jets do garden leisure spa use?

Garden Leisure Spa Jets – We specialize in replacement jets for Garden Leisure hot tubs and stock a ton of them including all flavors of cluster storm, mini storm and poly storm jets! Contact us if you don’t see what you’re looking for. Garden Leisure Spa Filters – We offer a growing selection of filters for most Garden Leisure Spa filters.

What kind of materials do Garden Leisure spas use?

Garden Leisure Spas proudly uses recycled materials where possible. We practice “Green Manufacturing” procedures, while ensuring an unrivaled standard of quality. Garden Leisure spas use the best and highest quality components found in the industy.