The production process of the PVC liner (reinforced membranes) FLAGPOOL NG11 for swimming poolsis fully performed in Italy
FLAGPOOL PVC liner is obtained by a production process allowing the manufacturing of reinforced membranes. The reinforcement is full and fundamental part of the membrane itself and defines its high resistance physical-mechanical characteristics. In the production phase, a spreading head spreads a mix of liquid-viscose compound, called plastisol on a support at room temperature.
This mix contains: Resins, plasticizing agents, stabilizing agents and pigments, and it’s what defines the ultimate characteristics of the PVC swimming pools liner. After the spreading phase, plastisol hardens due to a jellification process obtained inside the furnaces, after an adequate temperature increase.
The spreading and jellification process is repeated 4 times on the line.
FLAGPOOL PVC liner is therefore composed by four layers with different formulation, and by a polyester mesh as reinforcement between and the third, exactly in the middle.
This production system creates a strong molecular binding among the four layers and offers a single-layer PVC liner, homogeneous and flexible, highly robust, with 1.5 mm thickness.