Length : 94” (2438)
Width : 52“ (1372)
Height : 88” (2286)

Length : 98.25” (2540)
Width : 57” (1448)
Height : 90” (2286)


Length:94” (2438)
Width:78” (1981)
Height:88” (2286)

Length : 98.25” (2540)
Width : 80” (2134)
Height : 90” (2286)



Both Standard and Deluxe Quest Float Suites come standard equipped with 4 in-tank heaters for maximum performance. 2 heaters are installed on the bottom of the tank while the second set are along the side walls which create convection heating of the solution keeping you floating in the center of the tank. Titanium inline heat efficiently heats the tank when not in use, while the in-tank heaters keep the temperature steady for long float sessions.

Approximately 1100 pounds of Epsom salt needed for Standard Room.

Approximately 1500 pounds of Epsom salt needed for Deluxe Room.


Composite Finish

There are several options of composite finish for your float room from the least expensive FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic), acrylic panels, and our economic Utilite paneling.


Wood Finish

For a more natural look you can use a special wood finish which is sure to impress.


Tile Finish

The classic finish for any float room that looks great every time.


Mermaid Finish

For a custom look with a premium finish that will last for years, Mermaid panels are an ideal finish. Mermaid panels come in over 100 designs and are imported from Holland.

Exterior Finishes and Cladding

The Quest Float Suites come “unfinished” and require the exterior be applied to the front or surrounding the tank. These finish options are not included and are generally part of the room design and build out. The finishes are not structural and are installed after the tank is set into its final location. The Superior team will install the cladding option if we are chosen for the process, otherwise the exterior finishes (veneer walls) are part of the build out.

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Advanced Composite Design :

The construction of the Superior Float Room brings advanced aerospace techniques and materials into the floatation industry. Our float rooms feature a solid 1 1/2 inch (38mm) solid foam core encased between the fiberglass composite resin which is machined and manufactured to be ultra light and rigid.

Thermally Insulated:

The float room is thermally insulated from top to bottom for maximum performance against heat loss. This benefit allows for consistent water temperature during both long and short float sessions. As a benefit the float room is the most energy efficient tank on the market.

Sound Proof:

A benefit from the solid core insulation is preventing sound from penetrating the walls more effectively. Under the base of the float room, anti-vibration pads may be added to further increase the sound proofing by minimizing vibrations from the floor. We offer two grades of anti-vibration padding.


Active Ventilation

All Quest Float Suites come equipped with active ventilation for lowering the humidity buildup and for fresh air inside of the float suite. This makes for a more comfortable float experience from start to finish.


Fiber-Optic Starlight

All Superior Float Tanks have the option of micro-drilled fiber-optic star ceilings. The user is in full control of transitioning between LED light, starlight, and darkness.

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Anti-slip Diamond Flooring

All Quest Float Suites come standard with diamond-shaped grooves for an anti-slip flooring texture to ensure safe entry and exit of the float suite. The perfect balance between too rough and too slick.


Exterior Fiberglass Cladding

An optional upgrade for the Quest Float Suites is our exterior fiberglass cladding system for freestanding tanks. This option is an upgrade.