Headlines Sunbeds have been established in Hull since 1992. We offer the largest selection of sunbeds available locally. Headlines Sunbed Hire have an excellent reputation for delivering and collecting home hire sunbeds on time. Our sunbed hire fleet is comprehensive with a range of lie down sunbed hire units, Elite Single Canopy Sunbeds as well as Vertical Tanning Units. Please view our sunbeds page which provides full details of each sunbed hire product available. The tanning outputs range from 125 watts and increase up to our premium home hire sunbed units offering 200 watt tubes. All our sunbeds are 0.3 legislation compliant.
There really is no need to visit a sunbed salon when you can hire such excellent sunbeds in the comfort of your own home. Whilst we are located in Hull we are pleased to deliver to the following areas: Hull, Beverley, Hornsea, Driffield, South Cave, Brough, Hedon, Skirlaugh and Market Weighton.
Be assured that our whole sunbed hire fleet complies with current guidelines. Our sunbeds are not for hire to persons under 18. Identification is required upon each delivery. For more details of our sunbed hire service and our sunbed range please click onto Home Sunbed Hire.
In addition we hire Vibrofit Massage Plates. These are excellent fitness machines The Vibrofit’s main benefit is to condense a one hour personal workout into just 10 minutes. Vibrofit Massage Plate helps to stimulate weight loss!
We are the premier Sunbed Hire company in Hull. We look forward to your call when we will be pleased to assist in helping you make the right sunbed hire choice.
What this means to you as a customer (Click here)
The Sunbeds (Regulation) Act 2010, came into force on the 8 April 2011 to help protect the most vulnerable by stopping under 18s from accessing sunbeds. Headlines Sunbed Hire is fully supportive of this legislation and was already promoting the refusal of hire sunbeds to Under 18's before the legislation was introduced.
Any business that supplies a sunbed for hire to a consumer needs to ensure they supply adequate instructions on the safe use of such equipment. The instructions would need to detail how to safely use the equipment, harm that can be caused from excessive use, that under 18's should not use the equipment and also that the equipment needs to be appropriately marked with warnings.
In addition to this Sunbed Hire operators must ensure compliance with The European Standard (The General Product Safety Regulations 2005. BS EN 60335-2-27: Particular requirements for appliances for skin exposure to ultraviolet and infrared radiation) in which safe limits for UV radiance are stated, specifies a limit of 0.3 W/m2.
Well what does this mean ?
Well essentially the regulations state that the 0.3 W/m2 maximum irradiance limit for UV tanning equipment is based on the opinion of the EU's Scientific Committee on Consumer Products (SCCP), and as a comparison it represents the intensity of the midday sun in the summer in the Mediterranean. In other words the safe limit is intended to match sunbed output to the maximum that human Caucasians have biologically evolved to deal with.