Pool Cleaner. Monday , February 19th , 2018 - 12:36:45 PM
So after spending countless hours reading service manuals, observing automated swimming pool cleaners or physically seeing a home owners purchase from day one never maintain their pool. I have decided to help people make a wise and educated choice when it comes to their investments in their backyards. There are several options when it comes to pool cleaners in the market today and it can be confusing at times. There are two categories of automated pressure side cleaners boosted and nonboosted cleaners.
Lets address each possible environment, configuration and cleaner application. When your pool was built will obviously dictate some of your options based on limitations of your pool equipment and plumbing configuration. Basic pool with no dedicated cleaner line: By basic I mean a pool built with a skimmer, a maindrain and returnline. No screen enclosure and moderate exposure to leaves, fine debris. Suction type cleaners such as a Hayward Navigator, Barracuda, Kreepy Krauly etc, come with a sectional vac hose that would connect to the pools skimmer.
No way do you want him to take it out of your pool to switch with another because you cant and dont want to take your eyes off of this thing. By 1978 a sufficient number of units had been sold to cover the cost of plastic injection molding and a legend was born. Here are three main types of pool cleaners each classified by the drive mechanism used in each respective cleaner. Return Water Flow Back to Pool: Water flowing back to the pool via the pool return lines or a dedicated pool line for the sole purpose of attaching a cleaner that utilizes a drive mechanism that operates on a Venturi principle.
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