Centro Acuático Municipal del Norte – Puebla

Myrtha Pools has added Mexico to the long list of countries where it is present with its high quality installations.
Puebla, a city located in an area known for seismic activity, chose the Myrtha technology for the construction of a new aquatic center because it is known for its seismic resistant technology.

A recently constructed aquatic center on the north side of the city, which utilized concrete for the pools, has already been damaged by a seismic event in 2014. For this reason, city officials decided Myrtha technology would be a better solution for the construction of the second aquatic center they planned to build.

Myrtha Pools designed and manufactured two 25-meter indoor pools, a competition and a baby pool in less than three months.
The competition pool is 25×12.5m, 1.5m depth, and is fitted with competition accessories such as a movable bulkhead and starting blocks. The targets on the walls are made of glass mosaic, a detail that gives a more prestigious appearance to the entire structure.
The baby pool is 25x10m and 0.70m depth. In this pool an anti-slip PVC floor membrane has been installed to ensure the swimmers greater safety. The pools also utilize both a Defender filtration and a sand filtration system.

Centro Acuático Municipal del Norte – Puebla
Type: Competition and baby pool
Accessories: Removable headwalls, Starting Blocks Myrtha Track-Start, Stairs and ramps
Year: 2014
Dimension: 25x12.5x1.5 (sports pool); 25x10x0.7 (baby pool)
Technology: Myrtha overflow gutter – classic
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