Part # PL6960
Warranty 8 Years
PURELINE MESH WINTER COVERS FOR INGROUND POOLS
Our PureLine rugged mesh cover makes spring clean-up a snap. The secret to this unique cover is the tightly woven scrim that holds together insuring that no gaps or holes develop. Rugged mesh allows only rain water and very fine silt to pass through. Since the cover is made of mesh that is very lightweight, simply lift it off in the spring. No heavy water to lift off or time-consuming cover pumping. Simply remove the mesh cover, vacuum up the fine silt and open your pool.
The fine mesh allows rain and snow to slowly fill your pool, saving water and chemicals in the spring. Since our scrim is tightly woven, the cover allows almost no sunlight through and ensures an algae-free pool in the spring. PureLine mesh covers are made from tough U.V. protected woven polyethylene that is strong enough to handle ice, snow, sleet and high winds. Rugged double stitched seams are triple reinforced for strength and the cover's black underside slows algae growth. All PureLine mesh covers have a 5' overlap to handle winters worst.
All PureLine mesh covers have a 5' overlap with loops every four feet to secure water bags. Corner grommets allow for extra tie down in windy areas. Backed by an 8-year warranty.
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I'm not really looking to cover my pool for winter since I live in Louisiana. It's more for occasional uses to prevent the crepe myrtle leaves and debris along with other leaves from falling into the pool during windy days and in the fall. Yes, I would prefer to get rid of the crepe myrtles but they're huge and work as shade. Would this type of cover be best? I would probably not leave it on for long periods of time. Thanks!
I live in Florida with an oak tree in the yard and I get lots of leaves in the pool in the winter (and some in the summer). I was surprise about the sun causing algae. Is that true? Also the water tubes are additional to the mesh cover itself right?
As far as the sun goes, chlorine is needed in your pool to prevent algae and sun burns off chlorine, so more sun means you need to stay on top of your chlorine. This cover does require tubes and those are not included, here you can view the water tubes.
Can this cover be used on a kidney shaped pool? Are stakes in the ground going to hold it this cover in place during a harsh northern indiana winter? I have been using a rectangular cover, folded over in places, held down with bricks all the way around the pool but I am wondering if his type of cover will work for me.
Hi Ron, The 8yr I/G Mesh Winter Cover 25' x 45' Rect. can be used on a kidney shaped pool. This cover requires water tubes or water blocks to keep it in place. A Safety Cover will be a better option for you, you cn complete the Safety Cover Measurement Form for a quote.
what color is it? And should I measure the pool exactly, or should I measure then add extra inches for overlap?
The mesh cover is black. You should measure the pool exactly and allow for approximately 2 1/2' overlap all around to accomodate the water bags (not included) and extra tie-downs. The cover size measures 29' X 49' and you can see the warranty and instructions at this link.