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Swimming Pool Scene RESIDENTIAL POOL SCENE


MOVING ON UP


The team at Aqua Platinum Projects was appointed to design and build an indoor swimming complex at Hadley House in High Barnet, complete with hydraulic movable pool fl oor within a refurbished living space.


A complex motor and gear system, to operate the fl oor, is hidden in a plant room adjacent to the pool base. The Heatstar Environmental Controls System is designed to interlock with the fl oor, so cools the room to normal temperature when the fl oor is up. “The moving fl oor is an entirely independent platform that never comes into contact with the pool edge,” explains Dominic Searle, Senior Design Consultant. “It does not utilise pulleys, lockable pins or fl oatation devises as others on the market do.” “This not only improves the overall aesthetic of the swimming


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pool, but mitigates against the risk of the pool fl oor jamming or getting caught on the pool wall whist in ascent or descent,” he adds. Generally, the moving fl oor will travel one metre in fi ve minutes. Every component that comes into contact with pool water is made of marine grade 316L stainless steel. Says Dominic: “Clients whose pools are at their primary residences, will focus on how they can make the space as versatile as possible, we fi nd.


“One client even hosts charity events and orchestral concerts above his swimming pool on the raised platform.” Aqua Platinum Projects Tel. 01489 896 438 www.aquaplatinumprojects.co.uk


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