The Myrtha modular system is based on the exclusive use of stainless steel for all structural components, except the standard floor of the pool, that is formed by a thin concrete slab, only providing a smooth support surface. The connection between the wall structure and the concrete floor is made through a steel base frame, fixed on the floor by means of strong chemical anchors. The pool walls are formed by pre-manufactured stainless steel panels factory treaded with a permanently welded layer of hard PVC. All Myrtha stainless steel components are completely bolted together, instead beign welded, thus there are no potential corrosion points in a Myrtha structure.
Buttresses, at each panel joint, allow the water pressure to be redirected on the slab, while the overflow gutter channel closes the wall at the top. Myrtha Pools use a number of PVC based proprietary techniques for the waterproofing of the laminated panel joints, of the pool tank and of the concrete floor.