All Paddock stainless steel perimeter pool gutters are factory fabricated for faster and simplified installation. Paddock’s state-of-the-art computer-driven equipment ensures that every perimeter gutter system is laser cut, CNC formed, and welded to exact dimensions. All Paddock Gutters arrive on site in complete sections with minimum field welding required by Paddock certified installers. Paddock perimeter gutter systems save construction time, plumbing costs, and increase pool circulation over traditional concrete gutter and floor return designed pools.
Evacuator®: Integral source-capture exhaust system engineered to improve indoor air quality in Natatoriums of any size and shape. Patent protected and sole source technology available only at Paddock.
Weirs: Incorporating Surge Weirs into your gutter eliminates the need for a remote surge tank while ensuring the water level in the pool remains ideal for surface skimming.
Grate Options: A drop-in HDPE non-slip grate that sits just below the front return tube creating a hand-hold for swimmers is also available. This design was Paddock’s standard option prior to the top grate with capture strip and hand hold being introduced. Available in multiple colors and configurations.
Roll-Out Gutter: Similar to other gutter profiles with rim flow gutters, this profile has the deck forming a curb at the back of the gutter. The deck-to-rim can be designed to match any height.
Fully-Recessed: This gutter profile is ideal when it comes to competition pools and is preferred by most competitive swimmers and coaches. The cantilevered deck helps to provide a visual reference point for the pool wall.
Bartlett End-Wall: Similar to the Fully-Recessed gutter profile, this style includes gutter grating at the same level of the deck with a typical rim flow gutter below. The deck-to-rim height is recommended to be 7.5” minimum. The benefit is similar to that of the fully-recessed profile as a visual reference point to competitive swimmers, with the added benefit of the Bartlett End-Walls only being located on both end walls versus a full perimeter design.