I believe that when chlorinated water splashes on the limestone, it will create a crossive environment that may be adverse to the metal wall.
I didn't know that there were swimming metal walls.
My above ground pool liner turned a rust color after adding calcuim hardness and then two days later I added alkalinity plus adjuster. I thought it was a bad case of alge but it turned out to be a metal stain. I purchased a metal stain test kit which has three different tests in it, after I found one that worked the best, I went back to the pool supply store and bought the stain remover. I had to use double the amount it called for but now my liner is spotless again.
1,070 U.S. gallons
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In order to answer this question, I am assuming the pool in question is a rigid metal above ground pool with a vinyl liner, and not a plastic or blow up pool. If so, the pool will NOT break, as it has massive pressure pushing ooutward on the walls already, much more than a person jumping in will cause. The only concerns are: 1) are you going to hit the bottom and injure yourself, and 2) do you have anything sharp in your pockets that could break the liner. If you can answer no to both questions, then go ahead and jump!
Lightning is attracted to metal rods or anything above ground level.
Yes you can, it will void your warranty on the pool wall, but it can be done. Make a template from the existing skimmer hole so you can cut in the new hole. After the liner is removed simply duct tape a piece of galvanized sheet metal, paint the cut edges as to prevent rust, ofer the holes for the skimmer and return. Make sure the sheet metal is at least 6"-10" past the existing holes. The duct tape only holds the metal in place and protects the liner from sharp edges.
I think you are talking about the lower wall track. It is the curved metal part that the wall fits into.
Fleas are smaller than gnats are very thin. These flying bugs are attracted to the white metal frame on above ground pools.
we mine metal in ground