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About HydroMassage Tables

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author image Dan Harriman
Dan Harriman began writing professionally in 2009 and has a varied background in marketing, ranging from sports management to music promotion. Harriman holds a Bachelor of Science in journalism with an emphasis on strategic communications from the University of Kansas and earned the International Advertising Association's diploma in marketing communications.
About HydroMassage Tables
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HydroMassage tables offer a massage therapy through pressurized water jets. HydroMassage offers seven different types of water massage beds that all come with at least a three-year warranty for the tub and frame, a one-year warranty on parts and 90 days of labor services. The massage beds have all been tested and approved by Electrical Testing Laboratories, or ETL.

Therapeutic Benefits

HydroMassage beds perform a type of massage therapy using pressurized water jets that can target practically every body part. The bed's surface on which the patient lies is engaged from underneath. Water jets inside the encased bed frame offer more than 17,000 massage options. HydroMassage's "Water-thru-Air" technology can be customized to provide a range of pressure and temperatures. HydroMassage.com claims that therapeutic benefits include relieved muscle tension, reduced stress and anxiety, and overall relaxation.

100 Series

The HydroMassage 100 Series is the most basic of the massage beds in the HydroMassage product line. The massage bed can run for one to two hours at a time on a 110V outlet to power its pulsating jets. The massage bed is available with white panels and a blue top only. Its temperature control ranges from 92 to 105 degrees F.

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320 Series

The massage bed is designed to be used all day without any risk of overheating. The 320 Series performs deep-tissue massages, which have been measured to be 67 percent stronger than 100 Series massages, according to the HydroMassage website. A hand-held controller and external cooling system are included. Color choices include black panels with green top, white panels with blue top and black panels with black top. The massage bed requires a 200V outlet with a 30-amp dedicated breaker and 10-gauge wire.

350 Series

The 350 Series is HydroMassage's most popular model, according to the website. The massage bed offers deep-tissue massages, a smooth wave massage system and comes with an external cooling system. The 350 Series includes touchscreen controls, multimedia entertainment options, promotional videos and remote controls. The massage bed's system is controlled by a member management software. The massage bed's temperature control ranges from 92 to 105 degrees F and requires a 220V outlet with a 30-amp dedicated breaker and 10-gauge wire. Color choices include black panels with green top, white panels with blue top and black panels with black top.

700 Series

HydroMassage's top-of-the-line massage bed is the 700 Series. The massage bed was designed to meet medical equipment standards and carries the hospital grade certification of UL Medical 60101-1, according to HydroMassage.com. The 700 Series comes with all of the features of the 350 Series, plus sanitary table covers and maintenance training. Temperature controls range from 92 to 105 degrees F, and a 220V outlet with a 30-amp dedicated breaker and 10-gauge wire is required to run the system.

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