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Installation diagram

BWT stainless steel pools are prefabricated in standard versions in the factory and can be transported to the installation site in one piece. They are then lowered on to a concrete base by crane and completion work on the pool can be carried out right away. BWT stainless steel pools are statically self-supporting and no concrete backfill is required, as the pools are backfilled with gravel only.


Where the shapes and dimensions are non-standard, or if delivery to the location is difficult, the pools are carefully installed on site. Here either a free-standing construction is possible or the stainless steel pool can be lined with concrete. The decision regarding the particular design options will be discussed with the experts, taking into account the structural factors on site.


Figure: Installation diagram stainless steel pool