Polymer Swimming Pool Panel Pool Kits

Plastica In Ground Swimming Pool Polymer Panel Pool Kits
Plastica In Ground Swimming Pool Polymer Panel Pool Kits Plastica In Ground Swimming Pool Polymer Panel Pool Kits
Plastica In Ground Swimming Pool Polymer Panel Pool Kits Plastica In Ground Swimming Pool Polymer Panel Pool Kits
Our Price: £3,095.00

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Plastica Polymer Panel kit will suit customers who are undertaking their own garden pool build, but would prefer not to lay any brick work themselves.

Plastica Polymer Pool Panels are 42 inches high, they are positioned and fixed into place, alliviating the need to use bricks and blocks to form your pools walls.

These Swimming Pool Panel kit consist of the panels, braces, nuts and bolts required to build a swimming pool to the kit size you select, skimmer and light panels are already cut to suit Certikin fittings. 42 inch panels are usually used to build wedge or hopper floor swimming  pools.

You will still need to buy your local materials and other component kits such as pipework and filtration equipment, along with your liner, copings and chosen form of heating to be able to finsh your pool build completely.

Plastica Premium Structural Polymer Pool Panels are manufactured from 100% Polymer materials, they are extremely strong, durable and easy to handle, resulting in substantially reduced installation times as they use quick-lock panel fasteners to secure themselves together along with an angled metal peg to secure them into the ground. Plastica are one the industries leading manufacturers of swimming pool components, they back their Polymer Panels with a reassuring 10 year warranty.

Pool Size

18ft x 9ft

20ft x 10ft 

24ft x 12ft

28ft x 14ft

30ft x 15ft

32ft x 16ft

36ft x 18ft

40ft x 20ft

Approx UK Gallons Ave Depth 4ft 6

4,550

5,600

8,100

11,000

12,700

14,400

18,200

22,500

Approx UK Gallons Ave Depth 5ft 6

n/a

n/a

9,900

13,500

15,500

17,600

22,300

27,500

Waterco Heat Pump

EHP055

EHP055

EHP055

EHP070

EHP070

EHP070

EHP085

EHP085

Electric Heater

12 KW

15 KW

21 KW

30 KW

36 KW

48 KW

48 KW

60 KW

Gas BTU

125,000

125,000

125,000

175,000

175,000

175,000

250,000

250,000-400,000

Oil BTU

110,000

110,000

110,000

180,000

180,000

180,000

220,000

220,000-280,000

Heat Exchanger BTU

60,000/

68,000

60,000/

68,000

100,000/

68,000

130,000/

162,000

170,000/

162,000

170,000/

162,000

230,000

230,000

Filter

19in

19in

19in

19in

19in

24in

24in

24in

Pump HP

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.75

0.75

1

1

1

Skimmer

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

Inlet

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

Underwater Lights

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

Images for illustration purposes only, pool and size of pool shown features additional cost accessories such as 2 foot radius corners and 8 x 9 foot Cantilever Radius Steps with 38mm Gibralter Grabrails. Chart above is provided as a general guide to help allow you to budget for other costs in addition to the panels such as pool filtration and fittings and heating equipment.

Building a Swimming Pool in your back garden using structural foam resin panels is a relatively new concept that is rust, corrosion and rot proof. Using resin panels is one of the quickest and easiest ways of building a swimming pool as the panels simply bolt together after they have been secured into the ground.

The pool panels are light and easy to handle compared with other traditional products and do not absorb water. Structural foam in simple terms is a very hard, solid core material that has very high strength to weight ratio. With these advantages in mind, combined with the product’s versatility, it is easy to see why structural foam has replaced base materials in many industries.

After you or a local tradesman have excavated the ground to the required dimensions, the Polymer Panels are erected around the pool perimeter on a 400mm wide (16 inch ) shelf. After confirming the pool shelf is level, the pool panels and support braces are assembled in position, with steel locating stakes driven into the soil to line up and finally locate the walls correctly. Concrete is then poured between the back of the panel and the overdig to a depth of 100mm (4 inch) to permanently fix them in place. The internal base of the pool is then screeded with a 50mm (2 inch) layer sand/cement to the specified profiles. Polyethylene and felt underlay’s which are available as optional extras for the wall and floor respectively can then be laid to help disguise any slight imperfections, as well as protect the liner and help insulate the pool. A vinyl liner is then installed internally to provide an attractive and watertight finish. As the pool fills with water, the pool is backfilled with pea shingle to within 15Omm (6 inch) of the top of the wall. A 150mm x 150mm (6 inch x 6 inch) reinforced ring beam is then constructed around the perimeter of the wall system. At this point any concrete anchorage pads for ladders, diving boards etc, are cast before the copings and surround paving can be laid.

You can buy various size and make pool panel kits from this website depending on what size and type of swimming pool you wish to build. You may also need to buy a panel and liner filtration and flow kit from us which contains all the plumbing and filtration equipment that you will need to complete your build.

Swimming Pool Location

Ideally the pool should be sited well away from trees to avoid leaf debris. Also bear in mind that hedges, trees,fences and walls may reduce the amount of sunlight reaching the pool area.

Other important points to consider are follows ;

I. Ensure that NO electrical cables, water pipes, gas pipes, sewage pipes, underground phone lines or other obstructions run under the proposed location of the pool.

2. The filter plant should be enclosed and sited as close to the pool as possible. This will protect it from the elements, help pump efficiency and reduce the cost of pipework. The filtration plant should be installed on a level base, ideally at water level (try to avoid installing your filtration plant more than 300mm ( 12 inch ) above water level), if this is not possible then no higher than the surrounding paving (this is to avoid difficulties when priming the pump).

3. Availability of water supply.

4. Availability of a suitable discharge point for the disposal of waste water used in the backwashing of the filter.

NOTE: local authorities do not normally permit the discharge of chemically treated water into their foul drains.

5. Proximity of changing facilities and toilets to the pool.

6 In the interests of safety, the access to the pool should be from the shallow end and we suggest that the pool area should be fenced off, to minimise the possibility of accidents occurring when the pool is unattended.

7. If the pool is to be heated, then the availability of an adequate oil, gas or electricity supply to the heating unit should be considered. Also the provision of an oil or gas tank if required. If a heat pump or electric heater is to be used, then the electrical supply should be checked to ensure it will accept the additional load.

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