Stainless steel cold therapy pool and neighboring spa.
Builder: MATRKA Renovator & Builder Photo Credit: Copyright Michael Houghton/STUDIOHIO

Standard Cold Therapy Plunge Pools

The Fraser is a standard design stainless steel cold plunge therapy pool fabricated for one person with bench seating.  This chiller spa is fabricated with a stainless-steel frame.  The Fraser can be installed as a above ground or in-ground cold therapy pool.  Above ground options are constructed with removable access panels on all four sides for easy spa maintenance.  Panel options are stainless steel, copper or client choice.  The Fraser in ground design can be dropped into the floor, deck, tile, etc.  Insulated foam cover options are grey and brown and are ASTM certified.  The Fraser operates at 59 degrees or colder, depending on client preferences. Dimensions and design cannot be modified. Please see Custom Cold Plunge Therapy Pools for custom options.

Ideal temperatures for cold plunge therapy are typically 50 – 59 degrees.  Speak with your health care provider prior to using cold plunge therapy.


The Fraser, standard design cold therapy plunge pool.  44”x62”x39”
The Fraser, standard design cold therapy plunge pool. 44”x62”x39”

Cold Plunge Therapy Pools

Cold plunge pools are a European phenomenon dating back to the Romans. People of the past enjoyed the sensation of going from an intensely warm environment to a chilly environment in a matter of seconds. People of today understand the health benefits that are associated with such a dramatic change in water temperature. Cold plunge pools accompany spas, saunas, or steam rooms. Cold plunge pools, also called ice baths, are kept at 59 degrees or colder, depending on client preference. By rapidly cooling the body in the cold plunge tank, blood circulation is stimulated, pores are closed and detoxified. Cold plunge pools also numb the joints and are effective in reducing pain and relieving muscle spasms. These cold therapy pools are an ideal option for athletes, sports facilities health clubs, educational campuses or the homeowner looking for the best in total wellness either inside or as a backyard cold therapy.

Health Benefits of Plunge Pools

The physiology of the hot-to-cold experience is extremely beneficial to your body. When you first “take the plunge” into your Diamond Spas cold plunge pool, the chilled water instantly numbs the nerves that surround your joints and muscles, causing the release of hormones and endorphins. The release of hormones and endorphins acts as an analgesic, which alleviates muscle and joint strain and stress. Another benefit of plunging into cold water is stimulation of the immune system as the cold water causes the body to release body chemicals known as cytokines, which help to boost the body’s ability to fight off harmful bacteria and viruses. Lastly, cold water activates nerves involved in breathing and blood vessel constriction; therefore, regular use of a cold plunge pool can stabilize blood pressure.

As the popularity of cold-water therapy grows worldwide, so does the demand for environmentally friendly, sustainable aquatic vessels that are durable and long-lasting. Your custom-made plunge pool will be created according to your specifications. Once Diamond Spas understands your design goals, we will send you a detailed schematic of your pool to review. If modifications are necessary, we will send you a revised version for final approval. Your cold plunge pool will be built and shipped to your home or commercial facility.

Please call our toll-free number to learn more about the Diamond Spas aquatic vessel experience (800) 951-SPAS (7727).

 

Contrast Pools

A contrast pool, also referred to as hot and cold combination spas, offer the ultimate recovery and revitalization to those dedicated to optimal physical fitness.  Intense exercise causes tears in muscles producing muscle soreness, swelling, and inflammation.  This inflammation can be reduced through hot cold-water therapy.  Alternating hot and cold temperatures have been proven to lead to a faster restoration of joint and muscle recovery after tiresome workouts.  This dual form of hot and cold therapy of a contrast pool is ideal for locker rooms, training facilities and athletes looking for a time-proven technique to improve.

Please call our toll-free number to learn more about the Diamond Spas aquatic vessel experience (800) 951-SPAS (7727).

“Ideal temperatures for cold plunge therapy are typically 50 – 59 degrees.  Speak with your health care provider prior to using cold plunge therapy.”


Features

Fraser: Above Ground

Power Requirements

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Fraser: In- Ground

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