Pool Cleaner. Thursday , February 15th , 2018 - 06:29:50 AM
It functions under the same concept but it uses 2 motor pups instead. The additional pump is a booster to help increase water flow and pressure. It may be more efficient than its predecessor but a pressuredriven pool cleaner runs on more energy because of its extra motor pump. However, a few pool owners dont mind the added cost because of its increased efficiency. A suction side cleaner is another popular option. It looks like a vacuum cleaner that sucks dirt from the pool floor through its underside. Owners of this kind of automatic cleaner rave about its ease of usage and assembly.
Suction is created on the underside of the inground pool cleaner by water being pulled out of the pool by the pump. As it moves around your pool, debris and sediment is vacuumed through the hose and into the filter pump strainer basket. You can adjust cleaning patterns to maximize coverage and cleaning efficiency by manipulating hose length, water volume, and water flow. The pros of suctionside inground cleaners are that theyre easy to install and operate. Some of our suctionside cleaners include the Pentair Kreepy Krauly, the Hayward Pool Vac Ultra, and the Hayward KingRay. For an extremely economical option, try the Hayward SunRay.
They have few moving parts that equals to shorter down times due to maintenance. The Polaris 280 cleans in diving and play pools well. I have found that a 4 wheeled cleaner such as the Lerto Legend by Pentair can outperform the 280 cleaner when the design of the pool is square in shape. The nonboosted pressure side cleaners operate off of your pool pump. They take a portion of the water that is returned to the swimming pool and direct it to the pool cleaner. These can work well but often have problems in a pool with water features that require the return water to operate, such as a spa spill over.
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