Steel wall pools
- Galvanised coated steel casing
- Particularly robust and strong construction
- Winter-proof liner 0.60 mm
- Supports and floor rails out of metal
- Skimmer and inlet nozzle
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The steel wall pool set Grande is certainly the luxury version of the steel wall pools. The dimensions are . This series impresses not only with the strong steel wall (about 0.60 mm) and a height of 135 cm, but also with a winter-proof, strong inner foil (about 0.60 mm). Dismanteling during the winter season is not necessary. An extra wide handrail and a solid lateral support structure provide security and years of enjoyment with this pool. With the inlet nozzle and skimmer set included, everything is already prepared for optimal circulation. Swimming pool connection hoses and hose clamps are already included in the set. Delivery is without a filter unit. It can be assembled both freestanding and partially or completely built into the ground. Please note the fitting instructions.
Why do I need to backfill my in-ground pool with concrete?
The additional concrete shell prevents damage to the steel shell when there is no water in the pool.
From what installation depth must backfilling with concrete be made?
To ensure that the pool remains stable, add the backfilling from an installation depth of 30 cm.
Why is my replacement liner longer than the pool height itself?
So that the liner can be placed over the steel wall (i.e. it overlaps it), the liner must be produced higher than the pool actually is.
Can I use salt water treatment for steel wall pools?
It is not recommended to bring salt water and steel into contact with each other, as the salt water and salt water vapours can cause the steel to rust.
Can the steel wall be erected in windy weather?
It is essential to set up the pool when there is no wind, gusts of wind make the construction of the steel wall difficult and can cause damage.
The pool liner is too small when I try to set it up, what can I do?
Depending on the material, the pool must be set up at outside temperatures of 15 ° C to a maximum of 25 ° C, as the material can contract or expand. Steel wall pools with overlapping sheeting require a cove. Styrofoam wedges have to be glued to the inside of the steel wall between the wall and the bottom.