Pool Cleaner. Tuesday , February 13th , 2018 - 16:55:11 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.
Suctionside automatic inground pool cleaners are a popular option because of their economical prices and their ease of installation and operation. These models are very effective at suctioning up dirt from pool floors and automatically clean in a random pattern. Although suctionside inground pool cleaners are advantageous in the sense that they operate off your existing pool equipment, they are not as effective at vacuuming up larger debris, they can cause your pool filter to become clogged and they are better at cleaning pool floors than pool walls.
The Aquabot Basic and its big brother Aquabot Turbo are the first two models running on tracks rather than wheels. They are both designed for square shaped pools. The Turbo requires 4 hours of labour to clean a pools floor, walls and waterline. Account for 2 more hours for the Basic to do the same job, which makes it 30percents slower, but does produce the same quality results. If you have a need for maximum flexibility, look into the Aquabot Turbo T series, which are all equipped with tracks and brushes.
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