Our pools are being built with high quality german polypropylene copolymer (PP). The panels are 10mm thick and are resistant to frost, osmosis and chemicals. These ultraviolet-resistant panels comply with strict high ISO and DIN standards. Polypropylene does not release any harmful substances or microplastics into water, as they have been extensively tested. They are 100% recyclable and thus can continue to be very useful after their lifespan as a swimming pool. A 10/10 on sustainability and respect for nature.  

The indisputable advantages of polypropylene:

  • No osmosis
  • Resistant to frost, hail and extreme heat
  • Resistant to chemicals
  • Maintenance friendly
  • Pre-built, rapid installation
  • little to none design limitations

After the design of the pool has been established and validated by our mechanical engineer, it’s time for the production of your unique one-piece pool. to start. Producing a one-piece pool completely custom made requires precision, quality control and attention to detail at every step of the manufacturing process to create a durable and long-lasting swimming pool for you to enjoy.

10 step journey to the pool of your choice

1. Design and Planning

The process begins with the design phase, where pool builders create detailed plans and specifications for the one-piece pool. This includes determining the pool's size, shape, depth, and any additional features such as steps, benches, or integrated cover systems.


2. Sheet Extrusion

Polypropylene copolymer sheets are extruded or produced through a sheet extrusion process. These sheets or panels will serve as the raw material for creating the pool's walls and floor. The surface can be smooth or can be with a leather grain finish, combining a luxury aesthetic with anti-slip feauture. 

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3. Welding and Fusion

The panels are then subjected to a welding process. High-frequency welding is used to join the panels together. This creates strong and watertight seams, ensuring that the pool is leak-free.

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4. Reinforcement

Depending on the design and size of the pool, additional reinforcement may be added. These are structural ribs or supports to enhance the pool's strength and integrity.

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5. Surface Finishing

The interior and exterior surfaces of the pool are finished to create a smooth and aesthetically pleasing appearance. Any imperfections are addressed during this stage.

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6. Quality Control and Inspection

Each pool undergoes a rigorous quality control and inspection process. This includes checking for any defects, ensuring the structural integrity of the welds, and verifying the dimensions and specifications.

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7. Packaging and Transportation

The finished one-piece pool is packaged securely to protect it during transportation. Special care is taken to prevent any damage during transit.

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8. Installation

On-site installation is performed by the professional pool builder who ensures that the pool is placed in its designated location correctly. This includes leveling the pool and connecting it to the necessary plumbing and filtration systems.


9. Final Inspection

After installation, a final inspection is conducted to ensure that the pool is properly installed and functioning as intended.

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10. Guidelines overall pool care

Pool builders provide valuable information and guidance to ensure safe and effective maintenance of the pool. 

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