Pool Cleaner. Sunday , February 25th , 2018 - 15:18:04 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.
Figuring out the pools size and settling on a budget is obviously an important step to consider. All robot pool cleaners must be started manually. When turning the robot on, one needs to either set the number of hours of servicing or set the pool cleaner on continuous mode. Aboveground round pool owners definitely benefit from a lower acquisition cost since these pool cleaners do not have as many components as the Aquabot Turbo series and the Aquabot Basic. The Aquabot Turbo series (T Jet, T, T2, T4RC) and the Aquabot Basic pool cleaners are designed for in ground pools.
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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