Pool Cleaner. Monday , February 19th , 2018 - 12:38:51 PM
I also dont like the fact that you are using the suction from the pool equipment to operate. You loose some of your skimmers ability to skim the top of the pool. My belief is the more you skim off the top of the pool the less you will have falling in your pool, that can be hard to achieve if your cleaner is taking up your skimmer. There are choices to be made in a purchase of an automatic pool cleaner and if your building your pool its a good time to look at these options. If your pool is already built your options are limited to your pocket book for most people.
Overall, however, suctionside automatic models for inground swimming pools are reliable, quite effective and extremely easy to use. Pressureside cleaners are the second type of automatic pool cleaners for you to consider. In contrast to suctionside type, pressureside models work off water pressure. To do this, they need to be attached to a pump. While some pressureside automatic pool cleaners can be attached to your existing pool pump, many models require an extra, dedicated pump called a booster pump.
Such a bypass valve comes in handy when there is no valve at the pool pump to control water flow at the dedicated line. There is a lot more that could be discussed about this topic but I think there is enough here for you to get the gist of it. An automatic pool cleaner can be designed for pools of different sizes, shapes, and volumes. Each cleaner will give pool owners a spotless, sundazzled look to their pools. They are meant to remove leaves, sand, or dirt that settles onto pool surfaces. Pool filtration systems only catch debris that settles into the water.
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