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A Brief History of Swimming Pools

By weldmaster | August 10, 2015

The First Swimming Pool In the 3rd Century BCE, the “Great Bath” at Mohenjo-Daro (now Pakistan) was built. It was constructed of finely fitted bricks laid on edge with gypsum plaster. A thick layer of natural tar was added along the bottom and sides of the pool as well to make it more water tight. […]


Top 5 Trends in Swimming Pool Design

By weldmaster | August 03, 2015

More and more families are striving to live active lifestyles and spend more time with family. For these families, pools seem to be the way to accomplish both of their goals. A pool creates an outdoor living space where families can either get in their morning exercise or simply lounge with one another. Check out […]


Most Unique Pools Around the World

By weldmaster | July 13, 2015

Miller Weldmaster helps pool manufacturers find the right hot air welders, or pool cover sealing equipment, for their production needs. Our engineers love a challenge and will work with manufacturers to find the solution to their unique needs. Check out these unique pools from around the world. They’re probably all too big for pool covers, […]

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Materials Used to Manufacture Pool Covers

By weldmaster | July 06, 2015

The most obvious reason for covering your pool is to reduce cleaning time by keeping dirt and debris out, but many people also cover their pools to conserve water and significantly reduce heating costs. Pool covers minimize water evaporation, thus conserving water so owners don’t have to add more water as often. Pool covers can […]

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