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Isolation Tank Plans

Heating Float Tanks

Nothing can ruin the mood of floating in an isolation tank faster than feeling cold. It becomes difficult to lose yourself in the moment if your teeth are chattering from the water temperature.

Properly heating your float tank can solve that problem. You have a pair of options in heating your tank. One option is a in-line heating system that incorporates circulation heaters. The second option is installing heating elements directly underneath the tank.


Float Tank for sale in Toronto, ON hardly used

True Rest ( float pod for sale. Almost brand new hardly used. We own a spa and have decided to install laser instead of floating. Has a 10 year warranty, also comes with extra salt. Perfect condition, absolutely no damage what-so-ever. We have tons of more pictures etc. Please email Sarah @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 1-519-853-1333. We are asking $23,000 CAD, we paid about $30,000 USD 6 months ago.


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Float Tanks Solutions

How Do You Properly Use Hydrogen Peroxide?

The Art of Floating, a great blog by the Float Shoppe here in Portland, has been answering questions that hit their inbox. Which is brilliant, and gives a second life to the extensive novellas on that minutiae of float tanks that I find myself writing daily. Here's the first in what will hopefully be a series.
imageHey Graham,

I have a few questions for you on peroxide use.  How do you use it? When do you use it and in what quantity do you use it in for floating ? Is there an amount per floater or number of floats or per day or by weight of floater?  I realize there are many factors but trying to get a sense for about 5 floaters a day/per tank. I've seen a few different notes on it but it's not really clear.

Any help would be super appreciated!

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Good question - we use 35% Hydrogen Peroxide, which we order online. We do about 10 floats a day/tank, and we use around an average of 2-4 ounces per day per tank. That seems like a big range, and it's because the Hydrogen Peroxide can vary quite a bit in how quickly it is used up.