Spring Will Be Here Soon, Get Your Locker Room Ready with a Suitmate
Winter can be cold, but for those lucky enough to have access to indoor pools, you can keep swimming all year long. Whether you swim indoors or outdoors, many of those pools have a locker room. Locker rooms are ideal for changing and keeping personal belongings safe while swimming or exercising.
Speaking of safe, its also important to keep those locker room floors as dry as possible to avoid slipping. However, this makes someone wonder, what brings all that water into the locker room? Wet bathing suits are the top culprit for dragging all that water inside. Therefore, increase patron safety by giving them a place to quickly dry their bathing suits. Installing a Suitemate water extractor is the solution to keeping floors safe and gym bags dry.
How It Works
Clothes dryers are too large to install in a locker room or common room. In addition, those dryers take too long to fast dry a wet swimsuit. Therefore, you need something a smaller to install and doesn’t need large amounts of wattage to run. This is where the Suitmate water extractor is ideal as it meets all of those goals.
Once the Suitmate is installed, it doesn’t even need heat to dry a bathing suit. In fact, it doesn’t dry swimsuits like a common clothes dryer! Instead, the unit spins at a high force extracting the water quickly. This means after someone changes out of a wet suit, they can quickly remove the water. After that they can put the swimsuit back on or put it away without worrying about soaking anything. It’s important to note that the Suitmate is designed for swimsuits only and not towels.
Using the Suitmate is super easy. Place the wet bathing suit directly into the water extractor. Then close the lid gently. After that, you simply apply light pressure to the lid to activate the machine. Then the machine takes care of the rest!
Spin Me Right ‘Round
Like a record, baby, right ’round… Sorry, I got distracted by the 1980’s for a moment. Thanks Dead or Alive for the classic song, but carrying on, the Suitmate can really spin. Spinning quickly, the Suitmate water remover can extract up to 95% of water from a wet swimsuit. Water extractors spin with enough force to pull the water right off the fabric. Proving that heat is not needed at all as we previously mentioned.
When installed, the Suitmate connects to the right drainage, meaning the water goes right down the drain. In conclusion, that means the water stays off the floor leading to more safety. Incredibly, the Suitmate water extractor performs this task in mere seconds. Under 10 seconds to be more precise. To be further precise, on average it only takes eight seconds to extract 95% of moisture from the swimsuit.
Installing a Suitmate
Always hire trained professionals when installing any appliance or hardware. Though, the Suitmate does have a fairly easy installation, its still safer to hire trained professionals over someone like me. I’m just a marketing guy, so you don’t want me for that job. That said, you would want a trained contractor to help you get your Suitmate installed easily.
Sorry, less about me, more about the machine…
A Worthy Investment
Installing a Suitmate is a great investment for any locker room or place with showers. People can quickly dry their bathing suits and throw them in their gym bags. Adding this luxury means those gym bags don’t get soaked leading to water in people’s cars or offices. However, you may want to plan out your locker room layout differently if you remodel.
It is worth noting that changing layouts in a remodel can better utilize your space. Therefore, you can keep those floors dryer if you install stalls closer to entranceways. Changing this would allow people to change upon entering a locker room. In other words, prevent people from walking with soaked swimsuits across the room. A stall near the entrance allows someone to change into a towel immediately. In conclusion, there would be less dripping as someone walked to the Suitmate water extractor.
Should I Buy a Suitmate Water Extractor?
Simply put, yes. Actually, before I say “yes”, maybe you should ask yourself a basic question. Do you have a pool indoors or outdoors? If you do, then yes, a water extractor can help you out. In addition, Suitmates have even been installed at residential locations. If you have a pool shed or outdoor restroom near your pool, a Suitmate is a great addition to let those kids dry off before running through your house soaked. I have kids, I know the pain, just saying.