Raw Material Quality

The Materials Used to Manufacture the Pools are Selected without Compromise. Polycor® Gelcoats are Marine Grade Isophthalic/NPG Chemistry. The Vinyl Ester Resin is Pure Bisphenol-A. The Structural Laminate Resin is Exactly that, Purposely Formulated Structural Resin. The Sealing Cream Coat is Applied Thick and Generous.

The Pools we Install Exceed the Stringent Requirements of the Australian Standard. AS1838:1994: Swimming Pools – Premoulded Fibre-Reinforced Plastics Design and Fabrication.

The Pools We Install Have:

19.7% Better Mean Average Load

The FRP Laminate Showed that the Mean Average Load for the Test was 19.7% Higher than a Competitor's Ceramic Laminate.

53.8% Better Tensile Strength

The Tensile Result of the FRP Laminate was 53.8% Higher than a Competitor's Ceramic Laminate.

19.8% Better Stiffness

The FRP Laminate has 19.8% Higher Result in Stiffness than a Competitor's Ceramic Laminate, this is the Impact Factor.

26.5% Better Flexural Property

Flexural – this Property in the FRP Laminate is 26.5% Higher than the Ceramic Laminate.

  1. Both Laminates are Suitable for In Ground FRP Pools with Correct Installation and Backfilling
  2. Standard Deviation – all are within a Variance of 10%, Meaning that the Tests on all Laminate Samples were Correctly Conducted and there was No Individual Sample that Unfairly Influenced the Result
  3. Laminate Test Results were Conducted Independently by the University of South Queensland

No Stacked Transport

The Pools we Install are Transported One Pool at a Time on the Truck. This Prevents Micro-Cracks from Forming in the Fibreglass and also Allows Us to Pre-Plumb the Pools Before we Place them in the Ground.

The Advantages to this Method are:

  • Durable Plumbing as it is Fibreglassed to the Pool Itself
  • Prevention of Micro-Cracks due to Transport


Our Transport Method Allows Us to Fix the Plumbing to the Pool before Transport