Pool Cleaner. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 14:47:50 PM
So after spending countless hours reading service manuals, observing automated swimming pool cleaners or physically seeing a home owners purchase from day one never maintain their pool. I have decided to help people make a wise and educated choice when it comes to their investments in their backyards. There are several options when it comes to pool cleaners in the market today and it can be confusing at times. There are two categories of automated pressure side cleaners boosted and nonboosted cleaners.
Knock., Knock., Whos there?, Kreepy Krauly., Creepy What.. You open the door to see a young salesperson, well dressed in suit and tie jumping right into a full blown introduction of who he is and how he would like to show you an amazing new contraption that promises to bring back joy to owning and caring for your pool. Imagine trying to pull that one off in todays world, not a chance of you allowing a door to door sales person in your home with something creepy they want to stick in your pool. Well anyway, grandpa says sure young fella come on in and show me what the heck youre talking about.
The booster pump models have a separate pump and motor from the swimming pool pump. They require a minimal amount of water from the pool pump, the low volume of water is sent to the cleaner pump and boosted to operate the pool cleaner. These in my opinion are the best cleaner for any swimming pool application. They are easy to operate, clean the pool the well and most can handle large amounts of debris with no affect on the swimming pool cleaning equipment. My favorite cleaner happens to be a Polaris 280, they have a large throat for leaves and debris.
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