Carefully read, understand, and follow all information in this user manual before installing and
using the swimming pool. These warnings, instructions, and safety guidelines address some
common risks of water recreation, but they cannot cover all risks and dangers in all cases. Always
use caution, common sense, and good judgment when enjoying any water activity. Retain this
information for future use.
Non Swimmers safety
- Continuous, active, and vigilant supervision of weak swimmers and non-swimmers by a
competent adult is required at all times (remembering that children under five are at the highest
risk of drowning).
- Designate a competent adult to supervise the pool each time it is being used.
- Weak swimmers or non-swimmers should wear personal protection equipment when using the
- When the pool is not in use, or unsupervised, remove all toys from the swimming pool and its
surrounding to avoid attracting children to the pool.
- In order to prevent children from drowning, it is recommended to secure the access to the pool
with a protection device. In order to prevent children climbing from the inlet and outlet valve, it is
recommended to install a barrier (and secure all doors and windows, where applicable) to
prevent unauthorized access to the swimming pool.
- Barriers, pool covers, pool alarms, or similar safety devices are helpful aids, but they are not
substitutes for continuous and competent adult supervision.
- It is recommended to keep rescue equipment (e.g. a ring buoy) by the pool.
- Keep a working phone and a list of emergency phone numbers near the pool.
Safe use of the pool
- Encourage all users especially children to learn how to swim.
- Learn Basic Life Support (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation - CPR) and refresh this knowledge
regularly. This can make a life-saving difference in the event of an emergency.
- Instruct all pool users, including children, what to do in case of an emergency.
- Never dive into any shallow body of water. This can lead to serious injury or death.
- Do not use the swimming pool when using alcohol or medication that may impair your ability to
safely use the pool.
- When pool covers are used, remove them completely from the water surface before entering the
- Protect pool occupants from water related illnesses by keeping the pool water treated and
practicing good hygiene. Consult the water treatment guidelines in the user's manual.
- Store chemicals (e.g. water treatment, cleaning or disinfection products) out of the reach of
- Use the signage as outlined below. Signage is to be displayed in a prominent position within 2m
of the pool.
Keep children under supervision in the aquatic environment. No diving.
- Removable ladders shall be placed on a horizontal surface.
- Irrespective of materials used for swimming pool construction, accessible surfaces have to be
checked regularly to avoid injuries.
- Regularly monitor bolts and screws. Remove splinters or any sharp edges to avoid injuries.
- ATTENTION: Do not leave the drained pool outside. The empty pool is liable to become
deformed and/or displaced due to wind.
- If you have a filter pump, refer to the pump's manual for instructions.
WARNING! The pump cannot be used while people are inside the pool!
- If you have a ladder, refer to the ladder's manual for instructions.
WARNING! The use of a swimming pool implies compliance with the safety instructions
described in the operating and maintenance guide. In order to prevent drowning or other serious
injuries, pay particular attention to the possibility of unexpected access to the swimming pool by
children under 5 years by securing the access to it, and, during the bathing period, keep them
under constant adult supervision.
Please read carefully and keep for future reference
Installation usually takes approximately 20 minutes with 2-3 people excluding earthworks and filling.
CHOOSE THE CORRECT LOCATION
IMPORTANT: The pool must be set up on a completely flat and level surface. Please do not install
the pool if the surface is Inclined or sloped.
Correct conditions to set up the pool:
• The selected location has to be capable of uniformly supporting the weight for the entire time the
pool is installed, moreover the location must be flat and must be cleared of all objects and debris
including stones and twigs.
• We recommend positioning the pool away from any objects kids could use to climb into the pool.
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NOTE: Position the pool near an adequate drainage system to deal with overflow or to discharge
NOTE: Position the pool near an AC power outlet protected by a RCD (Residual Current Device).
Incorrect conditions to set up the pool:
• On uneven ground the pool may collapse causing serious personal injury and/or damage to
personal property and will void the warranty and prevent any service claims.
• Sand should not be used to create a level base; the ground must be dug out if necessary.
• Directly under overhead power lines or trees. Be sure the location does not contain underground
utility pipes, lines or cables of any kind.
• Do not set up the pool on driveways, decks, platforms, gravel or asphalt surfaces. The selected
location should be firm enough to withstand the pressure of the water; mud, sand, soft / loose soil
or tar are not suitable.
• Grass or other vegetation under the pool will die and may cause odors and slime to develop,
therefore we recommend removing all grass from the selected pool location.
• Avoid areas prone to aggressive plant and weed species that may grow through the ground cloth
NOTE: Check with your local city council for by-laws relating to fencing, barriers, lighting and safety
requirements and ensure you comply with all laws.
NOTE: If have a filter pump, refer to the pump's manual for instructions.
NOTE: The ladder must match the pool size and should to be used only for entering and exiting
the pool. It is forbidden to exceed the permitted payload of the ladder. Check regularly if the ladder
is properly assembled.
Colour of the water
Turbidity in FNU/NTU
Nitrate concentration above that of fill water in mg/l
Total organic carbon (TOC) in mg/l
Redox potential against Ag/AgCI 3,5 m KCl in mV
Free active chlorine (without cyanuric acid) in mg/l
Free chlorine used in combination with cyanuric acid in mg/l
Cyanuric acid in mg/l
Combined chlorine in mg/l
If your pool is damaged, use the repair patch. -see FAQ's for instructions.
1. Unscrew the drain valve cap on the outside of the pool counter clockwise and remove.
2. Connect the adaptor to the hose and put the other end of the hose in the area where you are
going to drain your pool. (Check local regulations for drainage by-laws).
3. Screw control ring of the hose adaptor onto the drain valve clockwise. The drain valve will be
open and water will start to drain automatically. ATTENTION: Water flow can be controlled with
the control ring.
4. When draining is finished, unscrew the control ring to close the valve.
5. Disconnect the hose.
6. Screw the cap back onto the drain valve.
7. Air dry pool.
ATTENTION: Do not leave the drained pool outside.
1. Please remove all the accessories and spare parts of the pool and store them clean and dry.
2. Once pool is completely dry, sprinkle with talcum powder to prevent pool from sticking together,
fold pool carefully. If pool is not completely dry, mould may result and will damage the pool liner.
3. Store liner and accessories in a dry place with a moderate temperature between 5ºC / 41ºF and
38ºC / 100ºF.
4. During rainy season, pool and accessories should be storaged as above instruction also.
5. Unproper draining of the pool might cause serious personal injury and/or damage to personal
clear view of the pool bottom
no colour should be observed
max. 1,5 (preferably less than 0,5)
6,8 to 7,6
0,3 to 1,5
1,0 to 3,0
max 0,5 (preferably close to 0,0 mg/l)