metal pin badges Alternatives to the Intex Joint Pin

by:ShunDing     2019-06-01
Outdoor pool, outdoor poolGround swimming pool extended on steel frame and powder coating to resist rust and other forms of environmental corrosion.One of the main features of these pools is that as long as you assemble the pools together using the Intex pin, they don't need any tools to assemble.However, while you need to make sure that the alternative is suitable for your purposes, there are alternatives that can be used as an alternative.
The Intex brand pin is a plastic pin that is pushed through the frame to secure it in place.These pins are made of flexible but sturdy plastic, they slide in place to the right and the ends fall off suddenly to keep the frame shape of the pool.No tools are needed because these pins can be pushed in by hand when assembling the pool.
Intex is not the only manufacturer of plastic pins on the market.However, it is important that if the pins you are using are not Intex pins, they are the same size and they will remain the same load as the Intex pins.If not, it may cause a problem with the pool component, because it may cause a leak if a single connection in the pool is not completely interrupted.
Plastic pins can also be replaced with metal pins or bolts.If you have a metal pin or metal bolt and nut that will occupy the same space as the Intex pin and bear the same burden as the Intex pin, then you have a viable replacementIt's also a good idea to use aluminum or stainless steel to make sure the bolts don't rust over time.Whenever you build an Intex Pool, it's always a good idea to use an Intex pin.
The system is designed specifically for the use of the Intex pins, and while other components will work, they are not what the system expects.This can lead to complications such as tearing the pool, bending under load, and breaking any kind of warranty because of the use of the wrong parts
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