Pool Cleaner. Tuesday , February 13th , 2018 - 17:16:16 PM
Suction Side Driven: Water being drawn from the pool from either the pools skimmer or a dedicated plumbing line connected to the suction side of the pools recirculating pump. The cleaner is driven by a mechanism that is powered by the water drawn through the cleaner and sucking up debris at the same time. Which Cleaner is Best? Not so much as to which cleaner is best but, more to which cleaner is best for your particular pool and the environment in which the pool is located.
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.
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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