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Just a little info about Plastimayd pool liners, Plastimayd Liners have been around for a long time, We have sold them for more than 25 years. They have now sold out to Latham, so we'll see how it goes, We want to sell only the best in in-ground vinyl liners, because
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Plastimayd is now owned by Latham International, so there will be some changes. 28 mil liners are now 27 mil, and all will have Latham's UltraSeam. Thickness options will be limited for some patterns, also.
Plastimayd has been making swimming pool liners for more than 60 years. I've been installing them for half that long, and I can only recall one warranty issue in that time. That's pretty incredible, really. These liners fit well, and I like installing them partly because they accurately mark the corners and breakpoints, making installation faster and more precise. Plastimayd categorizes their liner patterns by the depth of the color. Secondary to that, patterns are available in different thicknesses, and enhancements. Some patterns are available in all four options, some available with matching textured tread others available in only 20 mil. For 2017, Plastimayd offers 35 printed patterns, plus solids. Most are available with Posi-Trac texture for covered stairs.
Classic series are 20 mil. (twenty thousandths of an inch thick). 20 mil liners are adequate for most in-ground pools, and until recently were the most common.
PermaWall, Now called DuoMax liners have 27 mil walls, with a 20 mil floor. While that may seem backwards, there is actually more potential for the walls to be damaged than the floor, especially in areas (like Oklahoma) with deep freeze-thaw cycles, thus the thicker walls. Odds are, though, just about anything in Oklahoma that will damage 20 thousandths of an inch would probably cut 27 thousandths, as well. One advantage to the Permawall is that, since the walls are thicker than the floor, the walls do not stretch as much when the liner is installed. This means less stress on the bead, and corners that tend not to bow in as the liner ages.
Premium, now called SuperMax series liners are 27 mil on both the floor and walls, and may be a good choice for pools with heavy use, or when interior of the pool is less than perfectly smooth. Probably, most pools would be better suited to the Premium series.
Ultramayd series liners were 20 mil liners which had additives to help better withstand chemicals, sunlight, and elements. Plastimayd said that the Ultramayd can last up to 50% longer, but there are too many variables to consider when deciding whether to pay the significant extra cost. UltraMayd has been discontinued.
Solid liners have no tile pattern. There are three plain colors, plus a very dark Tye Dye. the plain colors are all 20 mil, the Tye Dye is available in all thicknesses.
Posi-Trac is Plastimayd's name for the textured tread option for stairs and swim-outs. It is available in all matching patterns except 4, and in 4 plain accent colors.
Latham Pool Products now owns Plastimayd. The liners that we sell here in Oklahoma will still be made in the Bossier City, Louisiana plant, so shipping times should still be pretty good. They will now have Latham's UltraSeam. Personally, I don't think it's that big of a deal. Plastimayd had good seams to begin with, I never had one fail. They are supposed to be less visible, but not really that much. More of a sales thing, if you ask me. Also, 28 mil thicknesses are now 27 mil. Latham is a huge company that has been in the liner business a long time, so we'll see what happens!
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