My review of the Zen Float Tent from Zen Float Co. Check it out yourself at http://www.zenfloatco.com/
First I cover the good things about the Zen Float Tent 0:29
Next I cover the bad things about the Zen Float Tent 1:44
Last I cover things to think about before you buy one 6:42
Below is a list of additional things you will need to buy to be able to maintain and use a Zen Float Tent that don’t come with it.
35% Hydrogen Peroxide or chlorine, which ever you decide to use.
PH up and PH Down
PH and total alkalinity Test strips or equivalent testing equipment.
Hydrogen Peroxide Test strips or equivalent testing equipment.
A head lamp, gloves and goggles for cleaning the inside of the tank.
A spray bottle for a diluted hydrogen peroxide mix to clean the inside of the tent. I use a 7% Hydrogen peroxide mix.
Scum bugs or scum sponges to absorb oils in the water.
A fine mesh marine skimming net.
You are also going to want to have your water tested by a micro biology lab at least every 3 month. Test for Heterotropic Plate Count and Total Coloform. Results of HPC should be less than 200CFU (Colony Forming Units) and the Total Coloform results should be absent.
This is my local lab that does my testing. http://www.rimlab-utah.com
Other great resources are:
The Floatation Tank Association http://www.floatation.org/
Float Tank Solutions http://www.floattanksolutions.com/ These guys are awesome and offer tons of free information and will even email and call you to help you solve problems.