Discover the Latest Walk-in Bathtub Parts and Accessories

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When it comes to bathtubs, many different parts and accessories enhance the functionality and comfort of our bathing experience. Undoubtedly! Bathtubs are designed with accessibility in mind, making bathing easier and safer for people with reduced mobility or disabilities. Here are some common accessories and features you’ll find in a bathtub:

Railing: A sturdy band placed around the tub to provide stability and support when getting in and out of the tub or moving around the tub.

Portable Shower Head: With a portable shower head, we can control and direct the flow of water where you need it most. This is useful for people with mobility issues.

Faucets and Controls: Upgrading or replacing faucets and controls can improve water temperature and flow settings and make the walk-in tub easier to control.

Bath pillows: Special bath pillows offer additional comfort and support while sitting in the bath. Safety Mat: A non-slip safety mat can be placed on the bathtub floor to reduce the risk of slipping and falling.

Drain Kit: If you need to replace or upgrade your intake pan drain system, you may need a drain kit.

Door Gaskets and Seals: Over time, the gaskets and seals on bathtub doors can wear out. Replacing them will help maintain a watertight seal.

Expansion panels: Expansion panels are used to close the gap between the tub and the tub wall when the useful space of the tub does not fit exactly.

LED lighting: Installed in or around the bathtub, LED lighting creates a relaxing atmosphere and provides additional visibility while bathing at night.

Aromatherapy System: Some tubs offer an aromatherapy function, allowing you to enjoy the therapeutic effects of essential oils and aromas while you bathe.

Tube: A sturdy strip mounted on the wall or side of a tub that provides support and stability when entering or exiting the tub or moving around the tub.


Built-in seat: Bathtubs are often equipped with a built-in seat so that the user can sit comfortably while taking a bath. Seats are usually anti-slip and placed at a height that minimizes strain when standing.

Hand Shower Head: The bathtub may have a hand shower head attached to a flexible hose that allows the user to rinse or wash their hair while sitting. This feature provides more flexibility and comfort while bathing.

Hydrotherapy Jets: Some tubs have hydrotherapy jets that spray water or air bubbles. These flows provide therapeutic benefits such as relaxation, pain relief, improved circulation, and reduced muscle tension.

Quick Drain System: This feature allows us to quickly drain the water from the tub, reducing the time we spend getting out of the tub after bathing. Quick-drain systems typically use powerful pumps to remove water quickly and efficiently.

Non-slip flooring: For added safety, large tubs often have non-slip surfaces on the floor and sitting area. These textured surfaces reduce the risk of slipping and tripping when getting in and out of the tub and when moving around.

Temperature control: Many walk-in tubs have thermostats that allow you to adjust the water temperature to your liking. This feature ensures a comfortable bathing experience while reducing the risk of burns or discomfort.

Aromatherapy and chemotherapy: Some luxury tubs offer features such as aromatherapy and chemotherapy. Aromatherapy emits pleasant scents, while Chemotherapy uses colored lighting to create a soothing and healing ambiance in the bath.

Door and sealing mechanism: entrances to the entrance bathroom usually have watertight doors with reliable sealing. This design prevents leaks and ensures that the tub remains airtight during use.

Antibacterial properties: Some bathtubs are equipped with an antibacterial surface that helps inhibit the growth of bacteria, mold, and mildew. This feature contributes to a clean and hygienic bathroom environment.

The availability of special parts and accessories may vary depending on the make and model of your tub. We recommend contacting the manufacturer or specialist dealer to find the parts and accessories you need for your bathroom.