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Covrex automatic pool cover from Fairlocks Pool Products – now with remote control as standard

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system has many unique features including beam assisted cantilevers and discreet leading edge which enable the cover to disappear completely from sight whilst the pool is in use. The cantilever system also allows coping and paving on all four sides of the pool ensuring the safest, most aesthetically pleasing cover solution available. The Driglide Infinity is one of the newer additions to the Dripool range of products and enjoys all the unique features of the Driglide but is designed to operate on an infinity edged pool. The Driglide Infinity came to life after enquiries from customers in the pool trade requesting a Driglide that was capable of going ‘round the bend’. The latest addition to Dripool’s extensive product stable is the Autosafe which uses the same winding technology and exacting standards expected from the UK’s leading designers and manufacturers of automatic safety covers, but with a unique twist.

The Autosafe’s ingenious design allows the pool contractor to install the entire system easily without assistance, thus ensuring he maintains complete control of the project.

COVREX AUTOMATIC POOL COVER COMES WITH REMOTE AS STANDARD The Covrex automatic pool cover has been hailed as one of, if not the best fully insulated automatic swimming pool cover on the market… and it just keeps getting better. Now with remote control as standard, Covrex offers so much more than other less end-user friendly slatted covers. The choice of slat colour has been extended to include the no nonsense ‘Inox Grey’ and the cool and smooth ‘vanilla’. No extra cost is added for this and your customers now have the choice of five attractive shades, so there is bound to be one that brings perfect harmony to the pool area. Of course it is not just about aesthetics and the key word around any pool is that of safety.

The strength of the Covrex slats, plus inimitable installation techniques ensures that Covrex pool covers, are fully compliant under strict French safety standards NF P90-308 appertaining to pool covers.

Covrex slats are solid from end to end so there is far less heat loss than with outdated hollow slats. With in-built all year round weather resistance, Covrex slats can withstand extremes of temperature and still maintain their flexibility, so the cover does not need to be protected by an additional layer or removed from the pool even in temperatures of -40°C. Conversely the slats still keep their shape in temperatures up to 100°C. No archaic end caps to fall off or attract dirt, Covrex profiles also have flexible seams and no gaps, so preventing dirt and algae from taking hold. A superior solar slat is also in the offing and will be launched later this season.

Covrex can also boast the best fit, as the cover is finished on-site so that sizing is precise no matter what shape is required!


The Roll Energy, the fully automatic slatted cover system for use on new and existing pools can be supplied as either solar-powered or for use with a 24V mains supply. It comes from Golden Coast and with the motor situated inside the roller there is no need for the traditional exterior motor pit. If required, Roll Energy systems can be supplied with a beam and pit decking. The solar-powered Roll Sun cover offers all the benefits of an automatic thermal pool cover without being a drain on mains electricity. Offering the ultimate in above-ground covers for rectangular pools up to 6m x 14m, the Roll Over can be powered either directly from the mains or through solar power. Utilising DEL’s thermal slatted cover system, both the roller and

Cambridge-based family business, Elm Leisure, a vastly experienced installer of indoor pool and outdoor swimming pools, were approached by a family last summer who were keen to install an automatic cover for their pool but wanted to make it as eco-friendly as possible.

A long standing customer of Certikin’s with the relationship back to the 70s, the choice offered to the client was the big success story of last year in automatic pool covers – the Roldeck EasyCover. Like all the other automatic covers from the Starline stable it’s an attractive premium quality cover but with the added advantage that it uses solar power and requires no additional power cables.

The Roldeck EasyCover with clear polycarbonate slats fitted the bill. Ingeniously designed, it has a solar panel to gain from free and eco-friendly solar power. This allows the cover to be installed effortlessly for both new and existing pools.

The EasyCover has a programming function like any other Roldeck, so the end positions of the cover can be programmed and will run with one touch on the waterproof controls on the side console. For extra safety, a key switch has been integrated on this console. The Roldeck EasyCover has fantastic battery capacity and will run 20 times through the full programme without any solar energy charging based on a slatted cover of 10metres x 5metres. Should the battery run empty, it has an integrated connection for the optional battery charger on the side console.

Ben Monks of Elm Leisure said: “The installation of the cover went very smoothly, taking just half a day. More importantly, the customer was absolutely delighted with it.”

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