Pool Cleaner. Tuesday , February 13th , 2018 - 16:57:17 PM
That young person walks through the house carrying a spiffy looking box in which he follows you out to the pool. Grandpa cannot recall exactly what he said verbatim but it pretty much went like this. Sir what we have is the latest and greatest thing ever made for swimming pools while telling you all the tech stuff he is carefully and deliberately unpacking what clearly is a never opened before package. You watch intently as he pulls this thing out of the box that looks like a cross from an octopus, squid and dive gear all rolled into one. Just a few seconds later as this thing sinks to the bottom of your pool and starts pulsating and making a knocking noise like nothing youve never heard before and low and behold it starts to move. Its ALIVE.
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.
These inground pool cleaners connect to the return side of the circulation system of your pool. Water that is pumped back to the pool is used to power these cleaners. Pressureside cleaners for inground swimming pools have an internal vacuum bag for collection dirt and debris. Sometimes pressureside cleaners can run off your pool pump and sometimes they will require a dedicated cleaner line and booster pump depending on the model of pool cleaner. Deciding whether youll need a dedicated cleaner line and booster pump basically depends on the model of pool cleaner, along with whether your pools existing pump can provide enough pressure to power the automatic pool cleaner.
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