|Dimensions:||Height 151 mm Ø 149 mm|
|Voltage:||230V / 42,6V|
|Water capacity:||1600 ml|
|Droplet size||1 -10 µm|
|Application:||Large sauna, bio sauna up to 5.3m² as well as in a shower, horse stall, horsebox trailer|
Scope of delivery:
Container: Polished stainless steel V4A, Control uni, Power cord 230V, Remote control + battery, Non-iodised salt, Drilling template, Operating instructions
The inhalator offers good support for sufferers of asthma / allergies.
Our GPsaltair-V230, as a so-called asthma inhalator with ultrasound for nebulisation, is suitable both for the sauna up to 5.3 m² in size with a normal standard height or up to 2.3 m in height, as well as for the shower.
The shower, however, should be closed or a roof should be present for the natural brine and natural brine mist that the V230-series nebulises and therefore generates via ultrasound can spread in the shower and act quickly and efficiently.
The V230-series can be a so-called inhalator, for example for asthma, which is to say it can be good support for respiratory system problems. If you install the V230-series in the shower stall, then you can easily combine showering with a session under the asthma inhalator to combat asthma or allergy symptoms.
Many of our customers installed the V230-series in an enclosed shower and then also installed a chair inside. Whether the chair is an ergonomic shape that can be heated behind the tiles, or simply a tiled stool on which one can comfortably sit, that's up to the individual as to how they want to enjoy the ultrasonic natural brine inhalator GPs-V230.
GPsaltair-V230 inhalator with ultrasound is also suitable for horses.
Now to the 4-legged animals: horses
The V230-series is also suitable as a horse inhalator. Due to the size and nebulisation strength, horses with respiratory system problems can be treated with the V230-series. The V230-series is ideal as a horse inhalator, because it is silent in operation, the animal does not need to wear a mask that they have to first become accustomed to and the owners can perform the treatment themselves and are thus independent of veterinarians and therapists.
Do you still have questions? Give us a call or send us an e-mail.