The Johannesbad Thermal Spa is in it - saving water with ECOTURBINO®
In the entire thermal bath, as well as the attached hotel, people trust in the ECOTURBINO®. The only water saving system where the shower jet and shower comfort remain the same, is the new must-have for hotels.
The Johannesbad Thermal Spa in Bad Füssing is the perfect address for great holidays in Bavaria (Germany). In the outdoor area, the spa offers a generous saltwater rock lagoon, huge whirlpools, as well as a swimmer’s pool, counter-current baths and a Kneipp treading pool. The wave pool with healing water, the 39°C warm hyperthermal bath, the huge air bubble bath and a large indoor steam bath promise wellness at the highest level.
High standard maintained despite savings
In order to guarantee the aforementioned wellness feeling at the highest level, the team had to be very critical regarding water-saving products. After an extensive testing period, the feedback was quite convincing, there was no negative feedback at all.
Savings in detail
A total of 464 rooms and 59 thermal showers were equipped with the ECOTURBINO® water saving system. This saves about 17,000 m³ water, 630,000 kWh energy and almost 200,000 kg CO2 per year. In the sanitary area an unbelievable 17% of the total water consumption could be saved.
“In a thermal spa, you naturally use a lot of water when showering, as spa guests have several treatments a day, use the spa extensively and shower accordingly often. Thanks to the complete equipment we have enormous savings in water and energy, which not only leads to a significant reduction in costs but also to a correspondingly sustainable use of water as a resource and the energy used for hot water preparation,” Ernst Kaser, Spa Manager, states extremely satisfied.
After the installation at the Stanglwirt, the Alpen Karawanserai or the Biohotel Rupertus – to name just a few – we are very pleased that the well-known Johannesbad Thermal Spa in Germany now also relies on our unique water and energy saving system for the shower!
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