Pool Production Process

Fibreglass Red Shell
Fibreglass Red Shell 2

Step 1: Mould Ready For Production

Each constructed pool is assigned a unique 5-digit number for tracking purposes after it departs from the site and for quality control procedures. The number is imprinted on a waxed label, which is removed from the mold upon the pool’s release, leaving a distinct indentation of the digits.

Pool Shell Blue
Fibreglass Pool Shell Yellow

Step 2: Gelcoating

The 8.5m Monaco is beautifully finished with a gel-coat in a striking Royal Blue color, expertly applied at a thickness ranging from 0.8mm to 1.0mm. Similarly, the 7.2m Monaco showcases a gel-coat in a warm Sandstone hue, applied with the same precision at a thickness of 0.8mm to 1.0mm.

A Fibreglass Shell
Behind The Scenes Fibreglass

Step 3: Tie-Laying With Vinyl Ester

VE is applied on at 1.5mm to 2.0 mm thick.

Fibreglass Shells
Fibreglass Pool Shell

Step 4: Skin, Re-inforcement & Lifting Hook Application

Once the Skin has been applied all the Divinycell/Klegecell stiffeners are placed on the skin this is done as the resin is curing to give maximum bond.The lifting hooks are glassed in on this stage so they can be used at a later date to release the pool off the mould.These will be glassed over again for maximum strength.

Fibreglass Pool Shell 3
Fibreglass Pool Shell 2

Step 5: Re-inforcement & Additional Skin

The reinforcement is now implemented, covering the entire surface area of the Divinycell/Klegecell, stiffeners, and hooks. An additional layer of fibreglass is applied to enhance their strength. Subsequently, the material is carefully rolled to eliminate any trapped air within the glass, ensuring a smooth and flawless finish.

Fibreglass Pool Shell
Fibreglass Swimming Shell

Step 6: Curing & Release From Mould

The pool is constructed and, once it has fully cured, it will be released from the mold for trimming and detailing. During the pool construction process, brick ties are strategically positioned in the coping. This allows for secure integration of the pool into the concrete bond beam when it is installed in the ground. Here is a 8.5m Monaco pool currently being released from the mold, utilising the hooks that were incorporated into the pool structure during its construction.

Fibreglass Pool
Fibreglass Shell

Step 7: Trimming, Final Inspection & Detailing

A 7.2m Monaco pool is positioned on drums for trimming, detailing, and undergoing the final quality control inspection. Prior to leaving the site, the skimmer box is cut and the main drain hole is drilled. As a precautionary measure, we retain the cut-out section of the skimmer box as a sample, along with the pool number, shape, size, and all comprehensive production records. These records are carefully filed for future reference, if needed.

Fibreglass Pool
Fibreglass Shell

Step 8: Finished Pool Ready For Delivery

The 7.2m Monaco pool is prepared for loading onto the truck, as it is ready for delivery. Prior to departure from the site, the truck driver diligently reviews all paperwork to verify the accuracy of the pool’s details, ensuring everything is in order.