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BEAD TYPES

Most inground liners use a standard bead that goes into a horizontal track.

standard bead
standard

However, above ground liners have a variety of bead options, as well as overlap.

Other Types of Beads

Multibead (replaces Overlap)

Multibead is typically used in a j-hook fashion, where it is placed over the wall of the above ground, and then the wall stabilizer rail is pushed down on top of it. Multibead can also be used in a standard bead receiver. It is recommended to cut the extended j-hook portion off if it is to be used in a bead receiver. 

multibead
unibead
j-hook
unibead
unibead liner

Esther Williams

Esther Williams or Johnny Weissmuller pools use this proprietary bead that is built into the top of the pool wall. It is thicker than standard bead, and will not easily work in a standard bead receiver.

Esther Williams Bead
esther willams liner
johnny weissmuller bead
johnny weissmuller liner

Standard Bead

Standard Bead is used for above grounds that have a track around the top of the pool wall and is very common. Standard bead is also an option on multibead, if you are unsure of how your liner is secured on your above ground pool. 

standard bead
standard bead
standard bead
standard bead

Other Types of Beads

Among these common types, there are Kayak pools that require a proprietary bead, as well as Wilkes bead, and many others. If you have questions, let us know and we can help!

Kayak Bead

kayak bead
kayak beads
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