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Scubapoxy 5335 Project Review

Swimming Centre

A diver underwater in the swimming pool using a chisel up the loose tiles that needed to be replaced. A close up of the bottom of the swimming pool after the loose tile had been removed. A close up of the bottom of the swimming pool after the loose tile had been replaced and re-grouted using Scubapoxy 5335.

Project Summary

Client           Swimming Centre
Location Western Australia
Colour Standard (Mid-grey)
Area Unknown
Installer Fremantle Commercial Diving


  • A 50-metre pool in a swimming centre needed some extensive maintenance work after a survey conducted by a professional diving company. In addition to major expansion joint repairs, the survey also identified a number of tiles that were damaged or loose and needed to be replaced.

  • Five tiles were replaced and re-grouted using Scubapoxy 5335 as part of the original scope of works, which included 4 white biscuit tiles and one black lane marker tile. In addition to those, several other tiles were identified as needing replacement while work was being carried out - some in a junction box in the deeper end, and others on a section of backing tiles located near the diving platform.

  • The resulting repairs achieved a good result aesthetically, were solid, and solved a few OH&S issues in the process.

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