Front and back panels
The front and back panels of the enclosure can be fixed permanently with screws or kept removable using a panel screw. We recommend removable panels when the enclosure cannot be fully opened out of the swimming pool area and you commonly swim under. The removable panel can be fitted with lockable panel screws. Depending on the size, the panel can be made as a single piece or in multiple pieces.
Raised bottom panel edges
This detail facilitates smooth movement of the enclosure for example over an elevated pool border. We offer an elevation of the bottom panel edge, covered by a durable
canvas, up to 15 cm. If the elevation is higher, the sealing of the enclosure will be impaired.
The lower part of the front panel is opened upwards for unobstructed movement of the enclosure over obstacles, such as a ladder or a spring-board. The maximum clapper height is up to half the height of the front/back panel. ATTENTION! There can‘t be any door in the panel in combination with a clapper. We always recommend consulting the manufacturer on the use of a clapper.
Doors in front/back panels
They can be hinged or sliding. The standard width is 80 cm for single-wing and 120 cm for double-wing doors. If the required door width exceeds 90 cm and 140 cm for singledoor and double-wing doors, respectively, we recommend using the sliding variant for better stability.We also recommend sliding doors for higher enclosures. We
do not recommend a door in the front/back panel of the CASABLANCA INFINITY enclosure. If a hinged door is positioned off -centre, the hinges need to be placed on the side of the door closer to the axis. Doors are available in versions with a doorsill or without.
It is usually located on the biggest module. It can be placed in 4 module quadrants The side entrance is lockable, of course.
As a standard, each module is supplied with two stoppers in its open/close position. For even higher safety, the stoppers can be lockable. The stoppers are controlled from the outside of the enclosure as a standard, except the smallest module where a user can operate the stopper from the inside due to safety reasons - when the user has been locked inside the enclosure he can open the module from there.