Aqua-Net Pool Safety Net
…for complete peace of mind
Drowning is a quick and silent killer. As you know, in the time it takes to answer the phone, go to the bathroom or answer the doorbell, a child can silently fall into the water and drown or sustain permanent brain damage. The Aqua-Net swimming pool safety net was launched in 1972, and has been used by concerned parents for more than 40 years. To date, there have been ZERO reported drownings in a pool with an Aqua-Net installed – that is to say a 100% safety record!
The Aqua-net is a simple system • Fitted under tension across the pool • Completely blocks access • Easily fitted and removed by an adult • Custom fitted to any shape or size of pool • Blends beautifully with pool and garden • Does not block view • Available in blue, black or beige • 3-year guarantee
More than 40 years with a 100% safety record • Prevents drowning • Supports a crawling baby off the water at pool edge • Pre-shrunk 80 mm mesh adheres to international safety net standards • The Aqua-Net has a breaking strain over 150 kg • Fitted under tension and a child cannot lift or crawl under the net
Manufactured from UV-treated polyethelene braid • Resistant to sunlight, water, acid, pool chemicals • Life expectancy of 7 to 8 years • Unique Central Tensioning System allows net to be tightly locked • Central float keeps net at constant height above water level • Hand roller for easy removal and storage of net • Optional Aqua-Net alarm available
Why choose an Aqua-Net ?
The Aqua-Net is safe. It has a 100% safety record over more than 40 years.
It looks stylish, and it complements pool and decking colours.
It is low profile and does not block your view.
The net does not break up the space or the design of your garden.
It is easily removable and can be stored away.
The Aqua-Net is maintenance free. It does not need cleaning or special treatment.
The mounting plates are small, flat, and UV-resistant. They do not get hot and are rounded to prevent injury to little feet.
What is the difference between a pool net and a pool cover?
A pool cover is not a safety device, and can even be a safety hazard as far as child safety is concerned, as the edges are not tightly secured and children have been known to slip under. Water can also collect on top of the cover presenting a drowning hazard. The purpose of a pool cover is to help keep leaves and garden rubbish from blowing into the pool. Some pool covers can also insulate the pool, maintaining water temperatures warm or cool.
A pool net is a child safety device. It prevents drowning by forming a secure barrier between your child and the water.
See it in action…