Lap welded seams, reducing both lateral and vertical tension. Extra heavy Duty, 100% virgin vinyl material Protected against chemicals and UV fading Best cold crack resistance in the industry.
American Made Liner Quality Features: -High temperature curing, computer controlled process insures that 100% of the material is "Vulcanized" to the highest possible tolerances. Vacuum Sealed, high volume air pumps combined with electronic air filters remove all impurities before bonding. High pressure heat bonding, computer balanced combination of high pressure and exact temperatures insures a void-free permanent bond.The most technically advanced radio frequency vinyl welding reduces the chance of cold spots in the seaming process. Hand folded flat, to reduce wrinkles unliked automated packers that twist and force the liner into the box which can cause permanent creasing.
Please Note Once the liner has been taken out of the box, the liner is not returnable unless it is defective or miscut. Please make sure you measure your pool before purchasing the liner. Measuring your Pool: Measuring your pool for a new liner is a simple process. There are generally a few things we need to know so the correct liner can be delivered to you. On a Round pool all you need is 2 measurements.
From inside the pool at the bottom of the wall, measure directly across to the other side at the same height. Do this in two locations in the pool so you get the correct measurement. We recommend measuring from the wall at the bottom track location.On an Oval pool you do the same thing as a round except that you do it in the middle of the pool from side to side and at the ends at the longest point from end to end. All measurements are from inside the pool touching the wall at the base. Depth of the pool can range from 36" to 54" deep. Most liners are for 48" or 52" sidewall pools. If your pool has water in it measure out at least 2 ft. From the sidewall with a measuring tape to the point at the top of the wall or where the liner is attached. Bear in mind that most round liners are made to be flat bottom and not a deeper middle.
Most common types of liners: Overlap: This type is the most common and simply folds over the corrugated metal wall and drapes down on the outside of the wall. The liner is held in place by plastic coping strips.You may wish to replace these if your old ones are brittle and dry. Note: This information is intended to answer many questions you may have regarding the type and size liner you may need. The item "30'x72 Round Expandable Plain Blue Above Ground Swimming Pool Liner-20 Gauge" is in sale since Friday, December 12, 2014. This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Pools & Spas\Pool Equipment & Parts\Pool Liners". The seller is "savemoreonpoolsupplies" and is located in Tonawanda, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.