Pool Cleaner. Tuesday , February 13th , 2018 - 17:34:01 PM
The Venturi not only drives the pool cleaner but also creates a vacuum to capture debris. This type of cleaner usually sends the vacuumed debris right to the pool filter. Pressure Driven Water Flow Back to Pool: Water flowing back to the pool through a dedicated plumbing line is pressurized by using a secondary pump (booster pump) which enhances the Venturi effect thus allowing the cleaner to move faster and collect more debris in a shorter period of time. This type of cleaner usually has its own collection bag, net or screen. Thus allowing longer run cycles between cleaning of the collection vessel and the pools main filter.
The purpose of the sectional vac hose is due to the need of only enough hose to reach the furthest point in the pool. Any additional hose beyond what is necessary to reach the furthest point can and will affect the cleaners overall performance. The downside to this type of installation is that when you connect the cleaner to the skimmer port you now have eliminated the skimmers ability to collect (skim) the surface of floating debris. True there are some aftermarket products that allow the cleaner and skimmer to alternate run schedules but these devices prove to diminish performance of both the skimmer and cleaner when in there scheduled mode.
Suction is created on the underside of the inground pool cleaner by water being pulled out of the pool by the pump. As it moves around your pool, debris and sediment is vacuumed through the hose and into the filter pump strainer basket. You can adjust cleaning patterns to maximize coverage and cleaning efficiency by manipulating hose length, water volume, and water flow. The pros of suctionside inground cleaners are that theyre easy to install and operate. Some of our suctionside cleaners include the Pentair Kreepy Krauly, the Hayward Pool Vac Ultra, and the Hayward KingRay. For an extremely economical option, try the Hayward SunRay.
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