Barrier Reef Pools was established 25 years ago in sunny Australia and today has become the largest manufacturer of fibreglass pools in the Southern Hemisphere.

Barrier Reef Swimming Pools NZ

In your fabulous Barrier Reef swimming pool, you'll be able to swim, splash, cool off,  entertain, get fit or just relax!   

The VENICE swimming pool has proved a popular pool with its large seating in the wing entry of the pool and totally unimpeded swim area.

Secure your pool for Summer.  Choose from the VENICE, ROYALE,  ARLINGTON,  SUDBURY or MICHAELMAS pools.

The Barrier Reef swimming pool range was designed to incorporate the best features of the  fibreglass pool. Take your time to look at our fabulous swimming pools.  Contact your nearest Barrier Reef Pool Retailer to organise a day & time that suits you for a no-obligation free site visit.   We come to you!

Pool Production Process

Stage 1. Pool Mould Preparation

The pool mould is cleaned to ensure it is in perfect condition before pools are made. All pool fittings are applied and recorded. 

Stage 2. Aquaguard Gelcoat Application
This stage consists of three passes of gelcoat sprayed onto the pool mould. The pool mould is left for a short time between each spray. Each stage of gelcoat application has to pass the stringent quality control criteria by Pool Construction Management before proceeding to the next stage.

Stage 3. Expoxy Vinyl Ester Application
Expoxy Vinyl Ester is sprayed onto the gelcoated pool mould to give the pool its waterproof quality. It is measured and accurately applied to match the surface of each pool size being made. The Expoxy Vinyl Ester is then left to cure before being checked once more by quality control. The swimming pool is then ready to move to the final phase of the pool manufacturing process.

Stage 4. Fibreglass Reinforcement Laminate
The first layer of fibreglass is applied as a "skin". Once the skin stage has been completed, the pool then undergoes a reinforcing stage, with the application of Klegcell PVC close cell foam.

Next a layer of form core is applied.

Lifting lugs and brick ties are then applied. Lifting lugs enable the pools to be lifted by crane for transportation, whilst the brick ties allow ease of construction of pool copings.

At the Reo Stage, another layer is applied to cover all work and to provide a final stage of reinforcing.

The pool making process has now been completed. Barrier Reef Pools are committed to maintaining a very high standard of fibreglass swimming pool. Each pool has a corresponding manufacture sheet to ensure that the correct amount of quality material has been used in every pool.











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