Indoor swimming pool
Creating an indoor pool is a great way to ensure swimming conditions year-round. It also extends the season and expands the pool’s capabilities.
This advantage has been recognized by the real estate and hospitality industries and wellness and health clubs, who have chosen to build indoor pools that can adapt to their space.
This type of Installation must meet specific technical requirements regarding construction and equipment. This can be a substantial investment.
This article lists current design styles and options for indoor pools. It is intended to assist pool operators and owners in making wise decisions that will result in long-lasting, efficient installations within their budget. Continue reading to find out more.
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An indoor pool, also known as a natatorium, is an indoor swimming facility. It is located under a roof and surrounded by walls. This allows it to be used throughout the year.
They are often found in resorts, hotels, and real estate buildings. Indoor pools can accommodate all types of collections. There are many options for indoor swimming pools. These include a lap pool for training and an inox pool or Vitality Pools, which are more leisure-oriented.
No matter their purpose, indoor swimming pools are unique in that they can be built indoors. When making an indoor pool, you should consider the following:
Choose a modular panel system
Panel systems are one of the most efficient ways to build indoor swimming pools. They are easier to install than traditional concrete pool systems.
These prefabricated panels can be transported easily, anchored, and assembled to create record-breaking constructions for indoor spaces that are easy to access and more difficult places like the top of a skyscraper.
A modular panel system is a standard method of building an indoor pool.
The panels are cut and designed according to the project’s requirements.
They are then transported to the construction site, unloaded, and the concrete slabs.
Mark the corners of your pool and attach chemical anchors.
Prefabricated panels are assembled by screwing them into place.
Installation of filtration ducts and waterproofing systems (made from reinforced PVC) is possible.
To check for leaks and leveling issues, the pool must be filled.
A modular panel system is an excellent option for indoor swimming pools
A modular panel system allows for indoor swimming pools to be built without the need for complex structures. Instead, prefabricated parts that are simple to assemble are used.
As retaining walls and soil fillings do not require masonry, it is recommended to keep masonry work to a minimum. Instead, a self-supporting, double-walled, perimetral structure is used. It includes an overflow channel, a compensation tank, and a built-in compensator tank.
It also offers two additional benefits. Construction times are significantly reduced, and building costs are lower.
A modular panel system makes it easy to access and replicate pool components. It makes identifying and fixing any issues easier and makes maintenance and repairs more cost-effective.
Reliable and durable installations
The panels and construction process guarantee premium quality, safety, functionality, and durability. This is due to the new design and manufacturing options. A metal structure used for a modular pool with panels comes with a 25-year warranty. The meetings are also highly accurate and can outperform traditional construction methods.
Fluidra has developed two types of modular panel construction systems to take advantage of this system’s outstanding performance.
Our Skypool panels range offers a modular panel construction system that can be used to adapt to temporary and permanent existing infrastructures. The system provides galvanized steel panels that are corrosion-resistant and have excellent antioxidant protection. This is achieved by hot-dipping the boards in a zinc bath. This creates efficient, long-lasting pools that are quick to build, including in-ground and elevated pools.
Skypools are ideal for many types of installations. They can be used as temporary competition pools or rooftop pools. This system is also suitable for indoor pools in existing buildings due to its versatility.
Bluespringpanel is a modular system that creates beautiful, customized pools. It can also be built in record-breaking time.
This pool range is ideal for hotel swimming pools and rooftop swimming pools. It creates minimalist environments that improve the user’s experience. The unique technology of this structure (including a compensation channel, a self-supporting structure, and a channel) makes it an excellent choice for sports club pools and pools that host swim competitions.
Adapted to meet the LED lighting requirements of each project
The lighting system in pools plays a crucial role in ensuring sustainability and creating a pleasant atmosphere for the users. There are many other factors to consider when designing an indoor swimming pool.
Some indoor pools have skylights or retractable roofing to allow natural light in. These must provide sufficient temperature insulation to reduce heating and cooling costs.
Pool designers must also mix appropriate underwater lighting options and ambiance LED lighting options to ensure the pool’s safety and sustainability and create a pleasant atmosphere.
Select the best water and air treatment system
The right water treatment system makes indoor swimming pools safer and more enjoyable.
Fluidra has consistently confirmed the excellent performance of our Freepool2system. This innovative method of water treatment disinfects and treats swimming pools with Neolysis. It uses UV light as well as low-salinity electrolysis to ensure water quality is maintained in a sustainable, natural way. The system can also adjust pH levels using CO2 injections, providing a natural environment.
Heating and ventilation are essential when building an indoor pool. The air quality and humidity levels need to be at their best for the safety and comfort of the users.
Although there are many air treatment options, a dehumidifier is the most popular and effective. Maintain humidity between 50% and 60%, Avoid water evaporation by evenly distributing air and preventing condensation, and Control air temperature between two and four degrees above the pool water temperature.
At Fluidra, we incorporate adequate dehumidification systems in our indoor swimming pool projects. These systems guarantee optimal humidity and use UV light to kill air pathogens. They can be easily integrated into existing indoor pools.