Steel swimming pools
... diversity of the Tilestone swimming pool range, available in different sizes & designs. The Tilestone can be produced as skimmer pool, overflow pool ...
... overflow channel, provides the appearance of a vanishing edge and seamlessly integrates the pool with its surrounding environment while promoting a clean pool.
Rust-resistant, galvanized Steel Frames are strong and durable for years of backyard fun SUPER-TOUGH™ laminated sidewalls are triple strong 3 separate layers of material for extra strength and durability ...
RESIDENCE swimming pools can be built with skimmer filtering systems or overflow systems: SKIMMER SYSTEMS Skimmer systems can only be used in swimming ...
... infinity solution elegantly frames the different levels of the garden. The pool is perfectly integrated into the whole design. The underfloor roller cover protects the pool from heat loss and contamination. The ...
... technicians. Treat yourself or your guests to a refreshing and healthy swim indoor swimming pool belonging to the hotel. We fulfil the wishes of hoteliers, thermal pool and swimming ...
Panels are made from 14 gauge steel with G235 (Z720) galvanized coating. Both straight and curved wall panels have 7 strategically located holes at both ends ensuring positive and accurate alignments. The ends of each ...
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How to choose this product
A stainless steel swimming pool offers a wide range of finishes and forms, low maintenance costs, ease of cleaning and the possibility of prefabrication, which cuts installation time. Whether in-ground or above-ground, some models have a protective finish to improve resistance to corrosion. On ArchiExpo, these products are categorized by properties such as type (e.g., one piece) or other materials used (e.g., wood).
These pools are designed for public or commercial settings, as well as for private use.
How to choose
Consider intended use, either leisure or sport. Determine dimensions, installation method and pool access, which may be via steps, ladders or a sloping bottom. Consider how the pool will fit into its surroundings, ensuring that the shape and appearance conform to local planning regulations. Verify the ease with which ladders, filters, lighting and other accessories can replaced when broken.
The levels of chlorine and other chemicals used in the water may affect the suitability of certain types of steel. Evaluate how much maintenance is required to avoid rust and corrosion.
- Easy to clean
- May be prefabricated
- Long life
- Less expensive than concrete pools
- May rust without proper care
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