Pool Cleaner. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:08:58 PM
As inground cleaners have been a standard accessory for swimming pools for several decades, it should come as no surprise that there is a wide range of choices available to you. All automatic inground pool cleaners fall into one of 3 basic categories: suctionside, pressureside, and robotic inground cleaners. These inground cleaners connect to your inground pool suction ports. Usually youll install it using the skimmer port but you may have a dedicated vacuum port for your inground pool cleaner.
Because pressure side automatic pool cleaners are connected to the return line fitting of the swimming pool, the pool skimmer is left open to draw dirty water and debris from the surface of the pool. These pool cleaners act as a roving return line, and help eliminate dead spots in the swimming pool which are not reached by the circulating action of the main filter system. These pool cleaners deposit debris into a special filter bag instead of inside your pool filter system.
The Venturi not only drives the pool cleaner but also creates a vacuum to capture debris. This type of cleaner usually sends the vacuumed debris right to the pool filter. Pressure Driven Water Flow Back to Pool: Water flowing back to the pool through a dedicated plumbing line is pressurized by using a secondary pump (booster pump) which enhances the Venturi effect thus allowing the cleaner to move faster and collect more debris in a shorter period of time. This type of cleaner usually has its own collection bag, net or screen. Thus allowing longer run cycles between cleaning of the collection vessel and the pools main filter.
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