Polyester swimming pools are one-element structures made of gelcoat, resin and a fibreglass mat. In the manufacturing process, reinforcing steel bars and perimeter buttresses are encased within the shell to provide maximum performance and durability. This construction gives a smooth gel-coated free flowing surface joins and seams free, thus avoiding any leakage or bacteria problems.

1. First gelcoat layer

It is an external (visible to the naked eye) and a more popular layer of the pool. Tool character.

2. Second gelcoat layer

The second layer of gel coat is applied to additionally make the basin resistant.

3. Barrier Coat layer

Spray barrier layer protects the pool surface against osmosis and bubbles.

4. Protective layer

It is a vinyl ester resin that has the same task as the coat barrier layer.

5. Construction layer

It consists of several (depending on the size of the pool) layers of glass mat and resin. This layer is designed to strengthen the entire pan structure.

6. Steel reinforcement

It is steel placed under the pool frame and on the embossing. Its task is to prevent the walls from bending and additionally strengthen the entire basin.

7. Reinforcement layer

The roving fabric is an additional material strengthening the structure.

8. Insulation layer

It is a polyurethane foam whose task is to reduce heat loss and protect the pool from external damage.

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Skimmer technology

Our polyester swimming pools are developed solely using the skimmer technology. This simply means that the water goes through the skimmer (which is a hole in the swimming pool wall carved at the water level and connected to a piping system responsible for transporting the water into the filter). Then the filter pump sucks in the water and pumps it back into the nozzles placed on the opposite wall. Once filtered, the water goes back into the swimming pool thus completing the cycle.