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What is an infinity pool?

What is an infinity pool?

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Have you ever imagined that you could swim in the ocean and keep swimming to the end? Infinity pool offers a new visual and physical experience. Infinity pool, literally means swimming pool with no en
  Have you ever imagined that you could swim in the ocean and keep swimming to the end? Infinity pool offers a new visual and physical experience. Infinity pool, literally means swimming pool with no end, but in fact, it is formed by special hydraulic drive device to form directional water flow. Swimmers swim in the swimming pool with the help of counter-current, so as to achieve the purpose of swimming. Under the push of current, swimmers cannot swim to the other side of the pool, so it is called infinity pool.
 
(1)Working principle:
 
  An infinity pool is a static pool that flows in a confined space in a directional laminar fashion. This allows swimmers to swim in reverse laminar flow, similar to the principle of a treadmill.
 
(2) features:
 
A small space
 
  The infinity pool is 5-6 meters long and 2.26 meters wide. It occupies a relatively small area and has a flexible construction mode, allowing you to have more choices when planning the location of the pool. You can manage the placement or pre-buried construction by yourself, and try your best to achieve 0 engineering quantity!
 
The big swimming pool
 
  With the help of laminar flow thrusters, the infinity pool can promote the flow of water and freely adjust the flow power, so that you can feel the feeling of swimming in the sea without worrying about the danger of whirlpool or big wave.