We strictly follow:
North American Float Tank Standard
The North American Float Tank Standards represent our recommendations for the baseline best practices to ensure quality, sanitation, and safety while operating float tanks in a commercial setting. These recommendations are based on the current evidence that exists for float tanks, in addition to decades of operational experience, dating back to the invention of the commercial float tank in the 1970’s. These Standards are supported by an appendix that explains the research and reasoning behind these recommendations, as well as some supporting documentation.
The high salt concentration itself (Dead Sea) already kills nearly everything, excluding Pseudomonas bacteria that , anyway, only with the salt does not reproduce. As per North American Standard we check Pseudomonas in an external Laboratory.
An extra Sanitation is required and we use Ozone inside the water and outside during the night ) or UV. Twice a day we Oxy-Shock the water and we sanitize with natural Hydrogen Peroxyde a short time before every Floating session. After every session we filter about 3 times the water with a 5 microns filter, regularly cleaned.
Before every Floating session we clean and sanitize the floor, shower box and tank with a sanitizer.
For many good reasons the water in our Floating tank is much, much better sanitize that SPA standard tubs and swimming pools and children are not allowed to Float.
Only in USA ( 2016 ) there were more than 200 Floating shops that registered with just one of the various Floating associations. At least 400 shops use Floating tanks and there is not a single report of medical problems with customers. We work to keep this record perfect.