Recreating nature: Stream Bath by MTI Baths

MTI Baths launched Stream Bath, a technology that is said to recreate the experience of bathing in a forest stream. Available on most of MTI Baths’ Designer Collection drop-in tubs, both soakers and air baths, the therapy inside utilizes directional currents of water flow with no trace of turbulence or bubbles. Since it uses vents and not jets, the output of Stream Bath vents moves the water around the body as opposed to directly on the bather like air bath or whirlpool jets. A pump and rotating vents allow bathers to control the streams of water, customizing multiple ribbons of water as they flow across the body. An optional inline heater maintains the water temperature at 104 degrees fahrenheit.

MTI Baths was established in 1988. MTI tubs, shower bases, sinks, Counter-Sinks and teak products are handcrafted in the US. 

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