The AquaQuest Tub by PetLift has truly set the standard for all others to follow. The AquaQuest was the very first walk-in tub engineered and developed for the professional grooming industry! This animal bath is used by more professionals worldwide because of its unique and ground-breaking design that focuses on the exact needs of each groomer and their animals. Cove molded edges increase tub wall integrity. This finely crafted 16-gauge stainless steel tub allows for easy walk-in ability for larger animals with a convenient ramp that extends and withdraws into the face of the tub. Both the ramp and the slide-away stainless steel door allow easy access, but even more so, can be operated with one hand allowing the groomer to safely and efficiently handle each pet. Includes hose hook and drain assembly.
Fabricated with 16 Gauge, high quality 304 grade stainless steel
Double reinforced front panels
Cove molding on all edges
Telescoping full extension ramp with non-slip rubber padding
Includes 2 types of animal restraints - 1 tie out bar with floating ring and 2 eye hooks
Adjustable feet for proper water drainage
Plumbing can be located on left or right side of tub
10 Year Warranty for the original buyer against defects in material or workmanship under normal use in the service for which the product is intended. Warranty covers stainless steel animal baths against leakage and rust, provided the tub is maintained with proper care and cleaning. Please note that over time, the appearance of “rust” on the stainless steel can occur. This is not the stainless steel material, but material introduced from the environment that could include chemicals, air particles, dirt, moisture or other factors. Standard stainless steel cleaning practices will remove the appearance of staining/rust. In selecting cleaning practices, consider the possibility of scratching and the potential for post cleaning corrosion caused by incompletely removed cleaners. Select only cleaners that are not abrasive, not acidic, and low in chloride. Many antibacterial cleaners used to clean and sanitize door hardware contain high levels of chlorides, which will cause corrosion if not properly removed from the surface by rinsing.