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Viking Inground Fiberglass Swimming Pool Constructionacp

A.C.P.™ (Advanced Composite Pool)

The combining of premium raw materials and our unique four stage manufacturing process creates a Viking Pool of unequaled look and performance. - Find out more on our Advanced Composite Pool page.

Viking Pools Advanced Ceramic Core

Closed Fiberglass Pool Beam Coping:

Means your Viking fiberglass swimming pool - spa is built using the strongest method of construction in the industry.

Viking Fiberglass Swimming Pool Finish:

Whether it's the natural beauty of Crystite®, the deep rich sparkle of the Diamond Series, or our standard gel coat, Viking swimming pool finishes have an incredible 20-yr warranty.

Vinyl Ester Resin:

Provides you with greater impact resistance, optimum blister protection and a beautiful profile.

Exclusive Ceramic Core:

The heart of every Viking fiberglass swimming pool is the ceramic core, sandwiched between two protective layers of specially designed resin and fiberglass. It adds a greater stiffness to the pool walls and provides enhanced water resistance. Independent lab tests showed the Viking swimming pool had the Flexural strength of 41,976 P.S.I.

Hand Laid Fiberglass:

The final stage of every Viking fiberglass swimming pool is a specially designed resin and hand laid fiberglass.

Step 1 1. Prepare the swimming pool mold so that the pool easily separates from the mold to give the fiberglass swimming pool a better quality finish.
Step 2 2. Our standard gel-coat, the premium Crystite®, or the Diamond Series finish is added, which has a 20-year warranty. Our Crystite® finish is available in 86,400,000 unique colors.
Step 3 3. Vinyl Ester Resin is then added to provide the greatest impact resistance, blister protection, and give the gel-coat, Crystite® or Diamond Series finish a gorgeous profile.
Step 4 4. Additional layers of Vinyl Ester Resin and hand laid fiberglass are strategically placed for durability and strength.
Step 5 5. The heart of every Viking fiberglass pool - spa is the ceramic core, which is sandwiched between protective layers of specially designed resin and fiberglass. The ceramic core adds a greater strength to the fiberglass swimming pool walls and provides enhanced water resistance.
Step 6 6. Fiberglass is hand-laid across the Viking swimming pool to complete the important corrosion barrier to enhance durability. Additional layers of chopped fiberglass are added. When combined with the hand laid fiberglass it provides additional strength to your Viking Pool.
Step 7 7. Honeycomb vertical supports are added to help support the walls during the Viking pool installation process. The closed beam construction is then completed to strengthen the coping around the Viking fiberglasss swimming pool and allow for easier lifting of the swimming pool. Chains are also secured around the fiberglass pool for easy unloading and setting.
Step 8 8. The completed Viking Inground fiberglass pool is lifted off the mold.
Step 9 9. Your Viking swimming pool is then detailed according to specifications for a spectacular finish.
Step 10 10.  Swimming  pool is loaded onto the truck and ready for delivery.

Find our more on our Advanced Composite Pool page.

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