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POOL LINERS & SYSTEMS CASE STUDY A SITE FOR SORE EYES!


Fowler Swimming Pools were given the brief of renovating an old liner pool in West Sussex which had long since seen better days. Turning to Certikin, its long- standing one stop supplier, they produced a shopping list and then set about the work. Starting from the inside out, the first thing to receive attention was the liner and for this Fowlers had no hesitation in


choosing Certikin’s Infinite On-site Lining System. Fowlers’ MD Tom Holman explains: “We chose the Infinite liner because of the quality and versatility of the product and the expertise of the Certikin installers. This was a renovation project to an existing bag liner pool and we added a pit for a Roldeck automatic cover plus radial in situ steps. All of which can be accommodated with


the in-situ applied liner, much better than a traditional bag liner. Certikin’s comprehensive choice of colours and finishes was also attractive to the customer.


Fowler Swimming Pools 01403 864373 www.fowlerswimmingpools.co.uk


Certikin North 0113 393 4545 www.certikin.co.uk


having previously been fully booked through to the end of August. Infinite on site lining is ideal for both old and new pools at domestic or commercial level.”


Neil adds: “In both cases we use the highest quality pool vinyl bought from a range of leading suppliers, resulting in the widest choice available in the market.”


liners for both indoor and outdoor public or private pools. The linings can be installed into a new pool or for renovation of an old tired shell.


The product features a tough 1.5 mm thick PVC membrane which is reinforced with a strong woven webbing set into the material during manufacture, this gives it the stability to resist stretching under the extreme pressure of water. The chemical formulation, constantly checked and monitored gives it the perfect balance to protect it from damage from sunlight, pool chemicals and the extremes of weather and temperature whilst keeping it supple enough to be laid into the most awkward of shapes.


Marble Grey Bourbon Street Oxford Tile


Certikin offer the widest choice of vinyl available in the market including these three options


LET DREAMS COME TRUE WITH DLW DELIFOL


On-Site Pool Linings deal with the UK distribution and installation of DLW delifol


52 August 2014 SPN


The edges of the material are over-lapped, welded and sealed with the very latest hot-air welding tools. The material remains flexible to absorb any slight movement of the shell and existing cracks and can be installed on top of any existing pool finish with the minimum of preparation. DLW delifol allows more freedom to design a pool perfectly to complement the surroundings with any combination of the eight standard colours and six stunning exclusive patterns. Four bold primary colours are available for motifs, company logos or other individual designs to further personalise the pool.


The product can only be installed by specialist fitters. The work is quick and


clean and with no ‘curing time’ to wait for so re-filling can begin whilst the finishing touches are being made. The pool can be back in action very quickly, making it very economical. DLW delifol is guaranteed to remain water- tight for a full ten years and is suitable for pools heated up to a maximum of 34°C (94°F). SPN


FOR FURTHER DETAILS:


Aquaflex Ltd 01722 328873


www.aquaflex.co.uk


Certikin North 0113 393 4545 www.certikin.co.uk


Golden Coast 01271 378100


www.GCTrade.co.uk


On-Site Pool Linings Ltd 01709 542128 www.on-sitepoollinings.com


Plastica 01424 857857 www.plasticapools.com


www.swimmingpoolnews.co.uk


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