High Pressure Bed at InSun, Inc.
Our high pressure tanning bed is photometrically engineered to deliver results. With special cobalt filters in front of the lamps and revolutionary parabolic reflectors, our high pressure tanning bed effectively eliminate a large percentage of the burning ultraviolet (UVB and certain wavelengths of UVA). This allows most skin types to tan nearly the full session time with minimal risk of sunburn at the same time producing the fastest tan possible that lasts the longest.
High Pressure Tanning Beds Information
High Pressure Tanning Beds
As more salon owners have realized their clients want diverse choices in tanning performance, High pressure tanning beds have quickly made their way into the very best tanning salons across the country. High pressure beds have increased profits for tanning salon owners in last several years and are now an essential ingredient in the formula for success. Tanning salons that offer high pressure tanning beds along side of these commercial tanning beds are more competitive, more profitable and enjoy the lion's share of their market.
These stylish looking high pressure tanning beds take design and engineering to the next level to produce a more even, deeper, darker, longer-lasting tan for your customers. Does your salon offer High Pressure Tanning beds?
High Pressure Beds vs. Low Pressure Tanning Beds
High pressure tanning equipment got its name from the tanning lamp technology used. All true high pressure tanning systems utilize short-3 inch quartz lamps filled with mercury vapor that produce very high ultraviolet radiation (UVR) intensity levels. The pressure of the mercury vapor gas inside the tanning lamp is higher than that of a long tube lamp found in traditional tanning beds, thus the name "high-pressure" tanning was coined.
Low pressure tanning equipment got its name in much the same way. The difference is that the lamps used in low pressure tanning beds (identified by long tubes that run the full length of the tanning bed) have a negative atmospheric pressure or "vacuum". These commercial tanning beds are all examples of low pressure tanning beds because they contain long tube style tanning lamps.
Both types of tanning beds can be highly effective at producing a tan but in recent years there has been some confusion between salon owners and tanners when it comes to high pressure. Some salon operators advertise having a high pressure bed when technically speaking, they do not. Others define high and low pressure beds by the amount of UVA and UVB the lamps put out. Based on this thinking, the higher the UVA, the more "high pressure" it is. This concept would allow long tube lamps that have a high UVA output to be classified as a high pressure and the small quartz lamps that output high UVB levels to become classified as low pressure. Again, this is not the case and it never has been. Simply put, a tanning bed that uses any number of long tube lamps is not a true high pressure bed. High and low pressure is defined by the lamp type used and never by the UVA/UVB output of that lamp.
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