Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Swimming pools with movable floors

The desirability of having separate pools for swimming, diving and teaching has
been mentioned earlier in this chapter. Such separation entails additional capital
investment and increased operating and maintenance costs; also, the teaching and
diving facilities are only used from time to time.

This led to the development of hydraulically operated movable pool floors and
separating walls. The depth of water can be reduced over part of the pool by raising
a section of the floor thus forming a teaching/learner area.
This feature has proved more popular in Europe than in the UK where the
number of public pools with movable floors is small and very few have been
constructed in recent years. Figure shows a movable floor in the raised

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