Pool Cleaner. Tuesday , February 13th , 2018 - 15:51:21 PM
Suction Side automatic pool cleaners use the suction power created by your filtration system to propel a pool cleaner around your swimming pool, and pick up debris from the pool floor. Suction side automatic pool cleaners are connected to the skimmer of the pool, and dirt and debris collected from the pool is deposited directly into your filtration system. Suction side automatic pool cleaners are very easy to connect to your swimming pool and to use. These pool cleaners may have an advantage over pressure side pool cleaners, because very little or no adjustments or additional parts are typically needed to adapt a suction side pool cleaner to your swimming pool.
They can do pools of up to 50 squareorfeet in size and of any shape and form. The ultimate difference between the Aquabot Turbo T and T2, is the tracks system brushes used. The Aquabot Turbo T requires a float to help it make swift turns. The Aquabot Turbo T2 has a splittrack system allowing it to turn faster and in tighter areas such as pool steps. Should you wish to remotely control your robot pool cleaner; the Turbo T4RC will do that for you.
Robotic pool cleaners save a great deal of money in operating costs, because these pool cleaners do not require your pool pump and filtration system to be running for the pool cleaner to work. This also means you do not have to clean your filtration system after each use, using more electricity and losing chemically treated water through the filter backwash cycle. Robotic pool cleaners are available in many sizes and models designed for average size above ground swimming pools, up to the largest commercial facilities and water parks.
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