Pool Cleaner. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:21:20 PM
With the above factors in mind, you will be able to better evaluate the suitability of the three main types of automatic inground pool cleaners. These three categories include suctionside, pressureside and robotic cleaners. Starting with suctionside automatic pool models for inground swimming pools, these units attach to your pools skimmer or designated cleaning line and operate off the existing suction. This suction not only allows the automatic vacuums to vacuum up debris, it also provides the power needed for the units to mobilize around the pool.
They have few moving parts that equals to shorter down times due to maintenance. The Polaris 280 cleans in diving and play pools well. I have found that a 4 wheeled cleaner such as the Lerto Legend by Pentair can outperform the 280 cleaner when the design of the pool is square in shape. The nonboosted pressure side cleaners operate off of your pool pump. They take a portion of the water that is returned to the swimming pool and direct it to the pool cleaner. These can work well but often have problems in a pool with water features that require the return water to operate, such as a spa spill over.
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.
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