AQUATIC LININGS

Aquatic Linings is a division of Hank Van THE POOL MAN Pty Ltd whose principle is Hank Vanderpoll Builder’s License 36425.
After a 12 year career with the NSW Police Force, Hank first worked in the Domestic Swimming Pool Industry in Sydney, Australia some 30 years ago. He initially trained as an installer of ‘Pool Fab’ domestic pre-engineered vinyl-lined swimming pools. It was at this time that Hank Van THE POOL MAN was formed. This was a particularly useful grounding for flexible PVC membrane Aquatic Lining/vinyl liner installations and there was a progression into the pool renovation market.

PVC membrane Aquatic Linings and Aquatic Liners and other such membranes have been used to overcome many a leaking problem worldwide.

Our advanced installation techniques allow for flexible waterproofing PVC membrane Aquatic Linings to be installed in all types of structures including concrete pools of all shapes and sizes both residential, commercial, pre-engineered, and fibreglass pools and many more applications including drinking water tanks, aquariums and industrial tanks.

Our specialisation and concentration on the commercial swimming pool market over the past 10 years or more has meant training and working in overseas markets involving a large variety of products.

Our Aquatic Linings concept is also used for special events and residential pools in Australia following similar trends worldwide.

We are preferred contractors for the SkyPool system by Astral Pool from Spain for installations in Australia and in that capacity we are assisting South Pacific Pools of Adelaide South Australia in 2010-2011 with installation of 3 x 25 metres pools on the environmentally sensitive Gorgon Project on Barrow Island off Dampier in Western Australia. Recently we worked on several council pools in NSW installing membranes to overcome serious leaks which have existed for many years including Oberon, Portland, North Sydney and most recently on the 25 metre pool at Sapphire Aquatic Centre in Pambula in southern coastal NSW