Steel wall pool Styria round without accessories
- Galvanised coated steel casing
- Particularly robust and strong construction
- Hand rail and floor rails out of plastic
- Winterproof liner in adria blue: approx. 0.60 mm and liner colour in sand: approx. 0.80 mm
- Skimmer and nozzle perforation
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The steel wall pools of the "Styria" series are the most robust and strongest pools in this class. Not only the strong steel wall (approx. 0.80 mm at a depth of 150 cm), but also the winter-proof inner liner (liner colour adria blue: approx. 0.60 mm and liner colour sand: approx. 0.80 mm) allow year-round use. Disassembly in winter is not necessary. Punched holes for skimmer and inlet nozzle are already available. The "Styria" series round is suitable for partial or complete underground installation (only with pressure protection). The *Skimmer set S1 is the optimum preparation for circulating your pool water. For the "Styria" series round up to Ø 460 x 120 cm we recommend the *Steinbach filter unit Classic 250N or the *Steinbach filter unit Active Balls+. For the steel wall pool of the "Styria" series round with Ø 500 x 120 cm,
Ø 600 x 120 cm and Ø 500 x 150 cm we recommend the *Steinbach filter unit Classic 400. For pool dimensions of Ø 600 x 150 cm we recommend the *Filter unit Compact 8. These Steinbach filter units are optimally adjusted to the respective steel wall pools of the "Styria" series in round and they ensure crystal clear pool water.
(* not included in delivery)
Pool Ø 600 x 150 cm
Water capacity: approx. 38.100 l (Filling height 140 cm)
Robust, galvanised coated steel casing (approx 0.60 mm up to 1.20 m depth, 0.80 mm at 1.50 m depth)
Interlocking steel wall connection
Hand rail and floor rails out of Plastic
Skimmer and nozzle perforation
Winterproof liner in adria blue: approx. 0.60 mm and liner colour in sand: approx. 0.80 mm
Pools 1.50 m deep must, however, be built in to a depth of at least 60 cm !
FAQs from category Steel wall pools round:
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.
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.
To ensure that the pool remains stable, add the backfilling from an installation depth of 30 cm.
The additional concrete shell prevents damage to the steel shell when there is no water in the pool.
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.
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.