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Mobile walls / partitions

Mobile Walls fall into the category of motorised equipment and must be designed in compliance with European standard for “machines” and the regulation standards of swimming pools – EN13451 particularly paragraph 11. We supply a certificate of compliance to the European Community Standards “CE” for all our equipment.

By varying the size of a pool, the mobile wall allows the pool manager to offer different activities at the same time in a single pool by separating it into sections.

There are several types of mobile walls, and also several methods of operational functioning. Some are mechanical and can function even when the pool is empty. This is useful when purging the pool as it can leave access to all wall and floor surfaces for cleaning and maintenance. These are the motorized systems that we recommend most often.

The others work with a ballast system that is filled either with air or water. The main disadvantage is that they will work only when the pool is full of water.

 

The hinged flap wall is installed in a fixed location and can be used as a partition wall or as a closing gate, to block access to certain areas such as a junction channel between multiple pools. Mounted on a solid horizontal hinge the flap will fold from its standing vertical position toward a resting position at the bottom of the pool basin when not required. A recess in the pool floor can accommodate the folded wall to ensure a continuous horizontal pool bottom. In its standing position it can separate two areas of the pool or swimming corridors. The wall is generally between 30cm and 35cm wide.

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The lifting wall is installed in a fixed location and can be used as a partition wall or as a closing gate, to block access to certain areas such as a junction channel between multiple pools. Its movement is vertical and it is raised or lowered into position mechanically from a recess in the pool floor, allowing for flush unseen storage when not required. The width of this type of wall generally varies between 20 and 30cm.

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The mobile start quay, allows the pool manager to choose a pool configuration for competitions. Often installed in pools 50m long it crosses the width of the pool and can be moved and blocked into different positions bringing pool length for example to 33m or creating two 25m competition pools. Its width is about 1.50m and it is often specified to include starting blocks.

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