Super Strong Resin
This above ground swimming pool is a fairly unique pool from Wilbar Corporation, One of the largest above ground pool manufacturers in the nation. Better known as Shrakline Pools they are situated in Long Island NY.
Its construction consists of Resin and Steel. The wall is made of traditional steel which is super corrosion resistant. The remainder of the pool is constructed of super strong and super thick resin. The resin used is put through a special gas (Gaim) injected molding process. This creates its super strength and exquisite surface. It’s truly the thickest resin style pool available today. Each injected mold piece fits into the other making a true round shape thus creating a layout scenario that is a breeze.
Its uprights snap into position without screws and its top rails are designed to swing into place where there're locked into position using super strong resin connector pieces to complete its sleek look. For above ground pool construction companies this resin above ground pool is very installation friendly. Actual pool installations are carried out 1 day.
The Matrix above ground pool is great for cold temperature climates. Matrix is made of mostly resin makes this pool corrosion resistant for the lifetime of the pool. It’s not uncommon for companies that sell this pool to provide their longest warrantees. Quite often these warrantees are 60 years with a pro-rated basis.
What style liner fits?
You can put any style liner in this pool. Whether it’s an overlap, Beaded, J-hook as well as EZ-Bead liner it will fit seamlessly on the Matrix above ground pool.
The Matrix can be purchased in 54” height oval counterpart is buttresses free giving the oval pool the same unique look. What really sticks out the most for this pool is its sleek looking design. It’s an attractive design with the strength to last for many years to come.
Because this pool is made from resin it is not a smart idea to move this pool from one place to another. The various components snap lock and taking apart this design could break snap locking components that give the Matrix its strength.