If they are rusted out no
above ground pool walls have insulation in them
pee seems a very good material for the walls of above ground pools
Above-ground pools are not intended to be totally drained. The walls will collapse.
Polymer. Metal rusts, polymer can't.
inground pools hold the heat better as the ground naturally acts as an insulator above ground pools have more area to loose heat eg side walls
Is that What product or material can be used to cover metal walls? or What product do I use to cover metal walls?
That would be doubtful. The pressure of all that water would open up the repair like you cut it with a knife. You are going to have to replace the whole liner as one piece.
Connect it to the frame/chassis -- the major metal parts of the car, such as the walls of the engine compartment.
I suppose that the recommended solution is to send this cylinder to metal scrap.
No , above ground pools are different in that you can drain them , the reason you cannot drain an in ground pool is because the pool is built to have water pressure , and it is very stressful on the walls , I hope this answered your question :) .
A house is built from the ground up. It starts with a good foundation. This can be either a solid concrete slab or pilings for a house above ground. Then you add walls and a roof.
So that the water doesn't drain out of the pool and so the pool doesn't fall over. I agree with the answer above but I have a more detailed answer. In a round above ground pool the water puts even pressure on the pool walls, and if the ground is not level one side will get more pressure. The imbalance will cause the pool to collapse under the strain.
To install an above ground pool you will have to level the ground where the pool will be placed. You should then add a layer of sand. You should lay out the bottom rails and connect them as shown in the directions next. Install the walls, uprights, and wall bars. The liner will be installed last.
The walls of some above ground and some inground vinyl liner pool kits are made of aluminum.
If this is for an above ground swimming pool, I would level the ground before putting up the pool. Otherwise, the weight of the water might collapse one of the walls of the pool.
YOU WILL NEED TO CHECK WITH THE MANUFACTURER .SOME ABOVE GROUND POOL OUTER WALLS ARE TREATED WITH AN EXTRA COAT OF PAINT OR TYPE OF PRODUCT TO KEEP WALL FROM RUSTING DUE TO CONTACT WITH SOIL.
As long as the water entered above the ground surface level.
When alluminium corrodes it needs to be replaced you cant repair it.
it is not recommended if you have steel walls exposed because the splash out will quickly eat away at them. you could build am impremeable wall around the steel walls however, salt in the air will still attack them rapidly. It is not recommended and we as a company do not install them on above grounds for this reason.
Yes as long as the above ground pool walls aren't rusted and all the parts are there its easily removed and relocated. You will need a new liner.
Dirt holds moisture or water, the walls of an above ground pool are thin, yes you can put dirt around the walls, however the trade off is going to be you will shorten the length of life of the pool walls because they will rust away, so you are the one that needs to decide what you want to do, you can put plastic between the walls and the dirt or sand that will give you some extra time before the walls and frame rust away. Just a reminder from me the bottom of all most all above ground pools have dirt or sand around the bottom of the frames and a little bit of dirt on the walls you should get 5 years or a little more before the frame weakens or the side or a wall blows out. your warranty should disclose this information, or call a pool dealer in your area.
I would just dig out the pool and build a new one, because you can't really fix the rust apart from scraping and sanding it off and the structure is weakened.