Aquatic Expands Luxury Hydrotherapy Bathware Category with DriftBath

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Aquatic recently released DriftBath, a new approach to luxury hydrotherapy that offers builders and homeowners another option in addition to soaker, HotSoak, whirlpool and air bathtubs.  With the introduction of DriftBath, Aquatic is expanding the luxury hydrotherapy bathware category for the entire industry.

DriftBath is the next incarnation of gentle and soothing bathing experiences within Aquatic’s popular Serenity series, which also includes soakers, HotSoaks and air baths.  Available on Serenity and Serenity Studio models, DriftBath is ideal for the bather seeking simple and quiet hydrotherapy for floating away into restful relaxation.

The new system features more than 70 water-only ports located in the backrest and foot areas of the bathing well.  Each port individually releases a delicate ribbon of moving water that converges to create a blanket of water that flows in one direction.  The result is a soft current that simulates the experience of sitting in a calm stream.

In typical whirlpool and air bath systems, a mixture of air and water pushed into the bathing well creates generates a more active, invigorating or effervescent form of hydrotherapy. DriftBath eliminates air induction and minimizes the movement of the water for a quieter, more serene bath.

To add to the DriftBath experience, an integrated pump and motor unit captures the heat energy it generates and infuses it into the water. This energy-efficient feature eliminates the need for a separate, in-line heater to maintain the bath’s warmth. Additionally, water traveling around the motor mutes its operating sound and vibration.

DriftBath also maintains the same quality features and thoughtful details found in all Serenity models, including:

  • Thick Lucite, cast-acrylic construction for enduring beauty
  • Four LED chromatherapy lights that produce a full spectrum of high-intensity colors
  • Electronic, one-touch keypad for easily controlling power and adjusting the tub’s lighting