Pool Cleaner. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:08:09 PM
For instance, is your pool screened in?, not screened in?, is your pool exposed to seasonal trees, flowers that drop heavy foliage into the water?. Is your pool exposed to fine silt, sand or clay?. Several other factors to consider is the actual pool equipment, plumbing configuration, shape of pool, depth and slope from shallow end to deep end. Features and fixtures should be considered as well, I.E ladders, steps, handrails and islands in pool all have there impact on a pool cleaners performance.
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.
A wide range of pressureside inground pool cleaners are available including the Hayward Phantom (with or without booster pump), the Polaris 380, and as an economical alternative the Polaris 165. These inground pool cleaners run independently of your pools pumping or filtration system. They contain an internal motor to power locomotion and suction, and therefore require electricity. Robotic cleaners for inground pools are connected to a transformer which plugs into a standard outdoor outlet and converts the electricity to low voltage.
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