Safety Copings Make A World Of Difference

ABOVE: Pool World of Wiltshire now recommended Global Resins on all their new build and refurbishment projects.


Pool World of Wiltshire has recently completed the installation of Global Resins safety copings on its fourth swimming pool project, part of the refurbishment of a pool at the St. Martin’s School in Bath.
Pool World now always recommends the Global Resins safety coping for pool surround edging purely on safety aspects. The
added bonus is that it is easy to manouevre and it looks good. It also comes in a choice of colours, luminescent finishes and you
can even run LED messaging through it. “Our engineers have particularly commented on the ease and speed of installation,” reports Philip Hernandez of Pool World, a company with more than three decades in the swimming pool sector. “The transportation costs are dramatically reduced as we carried the full amount of safety coping, for the 12m x 5m pool, in
the back of one of our vans which included the adhesives.”



Above: Light enough to be carried to site, Global Resins safety copings offer a good looking alternative to pool edging.

At St Martin’s school, Pool World was tasked with replacing an ageing 12m x 15m liner pool made out of old marine ply and steel
and replace it with a new pool of same size. “Having been involved with the concept and design of the safety coping from the start, I mentioned and recommended Global Resins and the benefits of the coping and later took a sample along.
“Once they had seen and touched the coping it almost sold itself,” says Philip. “The head teacher and caretaker saw the safety
advantages over other products and were also impressed by the appearance of the coping and the feel of the material.
“The non-slip and impact absorbency of this product is a key feature compared to all other pool edge materials.”


Above: Global Resins safety copings are soft to touch but strong enough to stand up to the harsh swimming pool environment.



The Global Resin safety copings are laid on with a two-part adhesive and simply pressed into place. A thin mastic bead is used
to butt the copings together during laying and once they have all been laid this same mastic is used to run along the joints and
along the edge of the copings and liner lock. Should the safety copings need to be cut then a fine tooth hand saw is used  eliminating the need for petrol/electric disc cutters.

Philip concludes: “We cannot see why anyone would install old fashioned coping when there is now such a user-friendly, safety option available. The school definitely agrees because they have already recommended Global Resins to other schools in the area that are now showing great interest.”


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