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Cold air coming from jets in a large garden tub indoors

The longer you run the jets the quicker the water gets cold are there any products that could be installed to heat the air from the jets ?

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Jets pull outside air in thru the water jet in a natural Venturi action. If you are referring to the air bubbles in a bathtub then, yes there are air blowers that have heaters inside them to warm the air before if goes into the tub.

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