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Certikin Lifts The Cover On Its New Team with automatic covers, including their

To cope with demand, Certikin has doubled the size of its automatic cover department to offer an enhanced service with greater product support, a faster technical response and more efficient quote and order turnaround. Certikin’s Automatic Covers department has proved a very busy sector of the business with sales accelerating significantly year-on- year. As a result, the company has recently appointed two new technical sales advisors, Daniel Green and Ryan Collins, to assist Mark Adams with the slatted Roldeck and Coverstar safety covers. At the helm is experienced Sales Manager Jo Catterall. Following a brief departure from automatic covers to focus on H & V, Jo is now skilfully dividing her time between the two departments.

Mark Adams has many years’ experience

to evaporation and a covered pool will reduce evaporation by about 98%.” Whether it be a public pool, leisure complex, school or university pool, Aquamat challenge any commercial operation in finding a better way of making financial savings or improving their carbon footprint than by installing an electrically operated swimming pool cover. The savings are huge, and for 95% of Aquamat installations the payback period is less than one year. This includes the complete cost of the roller, cover and installation. Aquamat’s most prestigious contracts have been the London 2012 Olympic Pool, all four pools at the Crystal Palace complex and two Olympic sized pools in Cyprus, although most of their commercial contracts are for 25m or smaller pool cover installations throughout the UK.

Aquamat supply and install a range of automatic pools covers and are proud of their bespoke service and technical ability in overcoming many building design issues and providing service after installation to all of their customers.

installation and there is nothing that he doesn’t know about them! His role is to offer customers a high level of technical support, assessing projects for suitability to accept a Coverstar or Roldeck, and processing quotes and orders with precision and speed. Daniel Green joined the team in May after working for the Lotus Formula I team. Whilst he is a newcomer to the pool industry, his technical mind, can-do attitude and customer-focused attitude make him ideal for the job. Daniel will be assessing projects for their suitability, plus processing quotes and orders, as well as offering technical support. Ryan Collins joined Certikin as a warehouse operative in 2007. In 2008 he helped move the Coverstar operation down from Certikin North in Leeds to Certikin’s HQ in Witney.

THE SAFE RANGE OF AQUATRAC Aquatrac’s safety covers are suitable to provide safety for indoor and outdoor swimming pools. The tracks are manufactured from uPVC providing easy maintenance for the end user. The tracks and cover are incredibly strong so customers can rest easy knowing that the covers will support the weight of loved ones or animals if an accidental trip or fall was to occur. Aquatrac is designed and manufactured in the UK so provide an unrivalled support service where stock and spare parts are readily available at all times.

The Aqua Ocean track is suitable for high quality under coping installation for new and renovated concrete shell swimming pool applications. Installed during the swimming pool construction or renovation stage, the track is built and fixed directly into the wall fabric ensuring incredible strength and an unrivalled quality finish to the pool. The Aqua River track has been developed as a retrofit under coping track eliminating the need for removal of coping on existing pools. The track can also be set flush with

To cope with demand, Certikin has doubled the size of its automatic cover department which offers this, the slatted Roldeck and also the Coverstar safety covers

Since then he has become fully conversant with the workings of the product having been responsible for running the day-to-day planning and action of the production/delivery schedule and stock/transport enquiries; taking deliveries, and organising bulk orders from the USA.

the tile banding or be surface mounted directly on to the tiling.

Surface mounted around the perimeter of a swimming pool, the Aqua Stream raised deck track is a fast fit option for both new and existing swimming pools. Compatible for concrete and liner pools, Aqua Stream is the fastest of the Aquatrac family to install. Aquatrac’s Aqua Lagoon provides an impeccable finish to swimming pool surroundings. Well suited to any freeform pool, this track is installed flush to floor level outside the perimeter of the pool coping and is compatible with all swimming pool applications. The high impact uPVC track is available in various colours to suit paving and tile options.

DRIPOOL A TRULY BRITISH COVER Covering all shapes and types of pool; new build or existing, rectangular or freeform, under coping or over, Dripool offer solutions to meet and exceed all requirements. The Driglide is the flagship product and offers several unique features: Patented beam assisted cantilevers enable the cover

Aquatrac’s Aqua Ocean track is suitable for high quality under coping installation for new and renovated concrete shell swimming pool applications

Offering all the features and benefits of the Driglide cover, the Driglide Infinity for infinity pools has the added advantage of travelling over and down the razor edge securing the pool when not in use

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