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Cal Spas Develops the Most Powerful Dually(TM) Pump System in the Industry

Leading Spa Manufacturer Revolutionizes Water Filtration Method

POMONA, CA--(Marketwired - June 09, 2014) - Cal Spas is one of the top manufacturers of hot tubs in the nation and its name has held strong in the industry for over 35 years. Introducing new innovation and technology keeps Cal Spas ahead of competitors and places the company at the forefront of product development. The latest industry advancement is the powerful and energy efficient Dually™ Pump System. 

With more than 10 years in development this revolutionary Dually™ Pump System is hands down the most cutting edge system available. The key to the new system is the size of the pump which is larger than most pumps found in spas today. At 48 lbs its 56 frame size is 62% heavier than conventional 48 frame pumps which are found in most spas. Larger magnets, windings and internal cooling fan help this Dually™ Pump produce and incredible amount of power while keeping itself cooler, ensuring this pumps efficiency for years to come.

Unlike conventional spa pumps that typically produce 160 gallons per minute of water flow, the Dually™ Pump boasts an impressive 280 gallons per minute on high speed and 102 gallons per minute on low all while utilizing single pump electrical consumption and sound levels. 

"Cal Spas prides itself on being trailblazers in this industry. Our development team works to create technology that will make our spas stand out from our competitors and provide the ultimate in relaxation to our consumers," said Casey Loyd, President of Cal Spas. "Filtration is one of the principal functions of a spas pump, which is why the Dually™ Pump System is so impressive. It maintains water clarity and heat levels using 50% less energy and circulates 100% of spa water throughout the entire spa for the duration of each filtration cycle. This is something our competitors simply can't do," Loyd went on to say. 

A world leader in home resort products, Cal Spas continues to manufacturer products that are superior in quality; created, developed and made in the USA. The Cal Spas product line is available for purchase through our global dealer network which can be accessed by visiting http://calspas.com/dealer-locator/

For additional information about Cal Spas or to schedule an interview with one of our industry professionals contact Amy Malone, Cal Spas Public Relations Specialist, 909-620-0480 or [email protected].

Cal Spas® was founded in 1979 as a provider of luxury hot tubs. Today, the celebrated hot tub giant is world renowned as the #1 Global Manufacturer of Home Resort Products™. The company produces premium collections of lifestyle products from its headquarters in Pomona, Calif. and distributes worldwide through a network of specialty dealers. The Cal Spas brand family of products includes Cal Spas hot tubs and swim spas, and Cal Flame high-end outdoor grills, outdoor kitchen islands, outdoor fireplaces and fire pits. Learn about Home Resort Living and find the dealer near you online at www.calspas.com

ABOUT CAL SPAS®
Cal Spas® was founded in 1979 as a provider of luxury hot tubs. Today, the celebrated hot tub giant is world renowned as the #1 Global Manufacturer of Home Resort Products™. The company produces premium collections of lifestyle products from its headquarters in Pomona, California and distributes worldwide through a network of specialty dealers. The Cal Spas brand family of products includes Cal Spas hot tubs and swim spas, Cal Designs gazebos, Cal Heat indoor and outdoor saunas, and Cal Flame high-end barbecue grills, outdoor barbecue islands, outdoor fireplaces and firepits. Learn about Home Resort Living and find a local authorized dealer at www.calspas.com.

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