What Overflow Swimming Pools are?
Overflow swimming pool is one of the most favourite pools due to the brilliant aesthetics and superior circulation system that can provide a high level of water quality! Water overflows from the edges and through channels ends up in a compensate tank and then to the plant room to be filtered. The system carries the water through bottom nozzles (inlet), so the water flows vertically for perfect surface circulation.
Traditional Overflow (Classic Effect)
Traditional Overflow is made of a whole perimeter overflow channel and the water overflows into a cutter and flashes to the outside pavement.
Blade Overflow or Zero Edge (Exclusive Effect)
In zero edge or blade overflow pools, the water reaches the edge and falling by gravity into a small slot and through hidden channels reaching the balance tank. It is possible to customise edge choosing different materials.
Raised Overflow (Impressive and chic)
In the raised overflow pools the water flows out of the edge into channel placed in a lower level than the pool surface, creating a cascade effect along the entire perimeter on one or more sides.
Infinity/Vanishing Edge ( Scenic and spectacular effect)
The infinity pools for those who love the visual continuity between sky and sea or between sky and earth. The water reaches the edge and forced by gravity into an open balanced tank at the lower level creating a spectacular cascade effect.
Underflow/Hidden flow (Alternative Design)
The underflow pool water overflows under the pool edge along the perimeter, hiding the overflow channel.