The final paragraph of 'The Good, the Bad and the Sludgy' [Pool+Spa Nov/Dec] states: "... every 90° elbow is the equivalent of another length of pipe - another 6 metres." In fact, a 40 mm elbow is the equivalent of only 1.6 m of pipe and a 50 mm elbow 2.2 m of pipe.
Ezarri Australia has launched a range of glass mosaic tiles based on the characteristics found in gemstones of the Australian outback. The Gem range comprises five colours: Aquamarine, Sapphire, Emerald, Topaz and Tourmaline.
Looking to reduce gas bills for its heated swimming pool, Perth College decided to install an evacuated tube (EVT) solar pool heating system. Supreme Heating WA chose the Viega Propress system for its ability to withstand high water temperatures.
When it comes to pool surrounds, tile consultant Colin Cass says there are three main issues to consider to ensure the job's done right: choice of materials, allowing for movement and material care and maintenance.
Efflock has released a second label under its brand - a Hydrophobic Sealer for Masonry. It is particularly suitable for use on highly porous stone and concrete, and offers good protection against salt absorption, making it suitable for pool surrounds.
Ground movement caused this Brisbane pool to leak within a few months of completion. When a rigid finish was ruled out due to continued ground movement, the owners engaged Aqualon Interiors to resurface the pool using an Aqualux pool finish from ABGAL.
This project brings a whole new meaning to the word 'bespoke', as Ben Thompson of Sunset Pools not only designed and built the pool for his family, his company also took care of everything else, from the fencing and lighting to the landscaping and sound system.
Master mosaic installer Iain Middleton was commissioned to install a special mosaic art piece at UWA in the middle of summer. Knowing he would need materials that could withstand the harsh conditions, he turned to Bisazza for a reliable adhesive solution.