INTEX 24ft x 52in Ultra XTR Pool
The 24-inch by 52-inch Intex swimming pool is a great way to spend your summer on those hot days. This swimming pool is super nice and has an upgraded liner to outlast all the other liners. This pool’s filter is an Intex Krystal Clear 110-120V sand filter pump, with a pump flow rate of 2,800 gallons per hour. Hydro Aeration Technology is incorporated into the filter pump for improved circulation and filtration, improved water clarity, and increased negative ions at the water surface.
This massive 24 x 52 Ultra Xtr pool is equipped with a sand filter & pump, ladder, tarp for under the pool, and pool cover for when the pool is not in use. The Ultra Xtr Frame Pool Set features a uniquely designed frame that combines high-quality galvanized steel with a precision-engineered locking system, enhancing overall quality, durability, and stability.
About The Swimming Pool
Removable Ladder: Hi-impact slip-resistant steps, Coated corrosion-resistant steel frame. This ladder is designed and manufactured for Intex Pool wall height: 52in Maximum weight capacity: 300 lb
Krystal Clear Sand Filter Pump: 14-inch diameter corrosion-resistant tank. Water flow rate at pump (pump capacity): 2,800 gal/hr. Water flow rate at the pool (system flow rate): 2,150 gal/hr. Timer with 1 to 12-hour pre-set cycles.
Debris Cover: Durable material, Rope tie to help keep cover from blowing off.
Ground Cloth: Durable material, Added protection for pool bottom, 24.5ft long square.
Rust Resistant Frame: Galvanized steel frame with inner and outer powder coating provides powerful rust protection. Innovative Frame Design, the unique shape is sturdy and durable.
T-Joint Connectors: Precisely engineered for strength and easy assembly. Easy Lock System, easily snaps together with push button connections.
Durable Liner: Constructed with puncture-resistant 3-ply material, leg endcaps that are durable end caps for grip and stability – easily fitted onto frame posts.
Dual Suction Outlet Fittings: Improve water circulation for better water hygiene and clarity.
The article was written by Maris Review Channel