Both the SwimEx and the Endless Pool offer a better flow than standard jetted lap pools or swim spas. Endless Pools use a propeller to push a water flow that is located only in the middle of the pool. It is approximately 21″ wide and 18″ deep. Depending on the swimming or workout requirements, this current could be too narrow.
Using the industry exclusive paddlewheel technology, SwimEx pools with the paddlewheel provide a wider and deeper current than Endless Pools, allowing a swimmer to swim anywhere in the pool or an exercise routine that includes a complete upper and lower body workout using only the current. With a wall of water as wide as the width of the pool and up to 30″ deep, SwimEx pools offers the deepest and widest current flow on the market.
Hospitals and physical therapy centers consistently choose SwimEx over the competition for its versatility, smooth current, and construction quality. The 99 programmable water current speeds allow therapists to accurately monitor rehabilitation sessions for progress reports. The SwimEx current adjust to any level and is powerful enough for the strongest athlete yet gentle enough for a frail patient. That is why therapists, assisted living centers and rehabilitation centers around the world choose SwimEx.
SwimEx swim-in-place swim spas are not modified hot tubs or spas. SwimEx pools are designed as swimming and exercise machines. They feature the SwimEx industry exclusive paddlewheel technology which creates a superior water flow that is smooth, deep, wide and variable!
Many swim spa competitors have entered the swim spa business in the past including manufacturers of acrylic hot tubs and spas. Although spas and hot tubs are their primary products, these “competitors” have introduced longer spas with water jets at one end to create water resistance. These companies call their products “swim spas” because it is possible to swim against the resistance created by the jets, but the experience not effective or efficient.
With a new 2015 design, the Triton is the newest member of the SwimEx pool line-up. Created for the customer who demands the best or nothing at all, it is unique among SwimEx pools as it features a propeller to generate the water current instead of the Paddlewheel.
SwimEx and swim spas such as the Michael Phelps swim spa offer a better flow than standard jetted lap pools. The propeller creates an effective water flow that is focused in the middle of the pool and pushes the water into the swim area.
But, while both SwimEx and Michael Phelps pools use a propeller, this is where the similarity ends.
SwimEx pools offer the best swimming and exercise available in a compact, easy-to-maintain pool. There’s no need to build a large lap pool or commit extra time for day-to-day maintenance. In a SwimEx swim-in-place pool, you get the same invigorating workouts and swim sessions that you get in a longer lap pool. But, what’s better is that you can swim a mile’s worth of laps without making turn after turn to disrupt your flow.