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Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan

A first class Olympic complex to host international competitions.

The Olympic complex of Taldykorgan city (Kazakhstan) is a first class sports center certified by the World Aquatics Federation (former FINA) to host diving, swimming, water polo and synchronized swimming competitions. The center consists of a diving pool of 25 x 25 meters and 3186.6 m3 of water. Its depth ranges from 5 to 5.35 meters. The diving tower is formed by diving boards to jump at different heights (1m, 3m, 5m, 7.5m and 10m). It also includes a sparger system that creates a cushion of water bubbles in the pool for the safety of the jumpers. This pool is also used for synchronized swimming competitions. The 50 x 25 meter Olympic pool has a water volume of 2982 m3 and a depth of 2.05 to 2.55 meters. It includes starting podiums and a movable bridge to divide the pool into two 25-meter pools. It is also used for water polo competitions. Finally, there is a 12.5 x 6 meter children's pool with 79.6 m3 of water and a depth of 0.9 to 1.2 meters.

Description of Fluidra's scope

Fluidra Kazakhstan designed and supplied the entire hydraulic system and water treatment equipment for the sports complex, from filtration and recirculation systems to water disinfection.