Commercial tanning beds and ones designed for personal use are each specifically created for unique purposes. Commercial items need to be able to stand up to the wear and tear of constant use while maximizing the profits of salons. Home units are meant to be affordable and to fit into the size and power requirements of standard homes. When looking for the machine that will give you that golden tan or when starting your own salon, you want to choose wisely.
One noticeable difference between home and commercial tanning beds is the cost of these units. Home models are designed to be effective, yet inexpensive enough to be affordable for individuals. Commercial models are made heavier, bigger, faster, and brighter to suit their purpose. They can easily see more than 25 uses in a day, five or more days a week. Home style machines simply won’t stand up to this kind of use. As a result, salon equipment have a higher price tag.
Commercial style tan equipment is created to grab the attention of customers. Extra lighting on the lid and handle, chic designs and finishes, and added luxuries such as music are all added with the client in mind. These machines are generally larger to give salon customers added space and comfort. Larger doors and comfortable designs mean these units are often easier for client to get in and out of. High-end models also offer you the option of having on-board diagnostics so that repairs and adjustments can be made quickly and easily.
Home tan equipment generally only have around 16 lamps inside to help individuals get a tan and use 110v power. They work well, but they require longer treatments to get the same results as a salon tan. In a salon setting, having customers spend more time in the equipment and this means getting less customers in per day and lost customers because of the additional time required. Commercial tanning beds generally use 220v and have 40 or more lamps to increase the heat and effectiveness. With these sessions running around eight minutes, salon owners can handle more clients and maximize profits.
When it comes to commercial tanning beds, the extras make all the difference. Some styles allow the client to direct extra energy to areas that require additional darkening. LED light technology has also been introduced into commercial models. They have a separate area for the face that uses this new technology to treat skin conditions such as dull skin, wrinkles, acne, and discolorations. Climate control is another feature popular on salon systems that allows the customer to stay cool while they tan.
Home and commercial tanning beds are both great options for getting a good tan, but when you have your own salon, they need to be profitable. Selecting the sturdier built salon beds for your business will save you a significant amount of money because they will last longer and have less down time. The special design these systems have will keep customers comfortable while they receive a fast, long lasting tan. This will help you gain additional steady customers and increase your profits to give you a successful salon.
Source by Chris A. Harmen