Pool Cleaner. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:33:09 PM
The Turbo T Jet sits on four wheels and is quite identical to the Pool Rovers mentioned in the previous section. It is specifically designed to clean abrasive floor surfaces such as concrete surfaces for pools of up to 50 squareorfeet in size. This brushless pool cleaner uses a water jet to clean abrasive surfaces, where other pool cleaning robot models tend to wear and tear their brushes. The Turbo T Jet has a cleaning time of 1 hour and is programmed with an auto shutoff feature after 2 hours.
They require a dedicated line for suction or a skimmer outlet is used. They are very good cleaners and can pick up very fine debris in a swimming pool. No separate pump to operate no extra time clock can all relate to more money in parts and higher energy cost. However I feel their not very good in a pool with a large amount of pool debris. The leaves that get sucked up go to a separate canister or to the pool pump basket. The other down side is most tend to do well only in a pool with no deep end more of an even depth such as a play pool.
Such a bypass valve comes in handy when there is no valve at the pool pump to control water flow at the dedicated line. There is a lot more that could be discussed about this topic but I think there is enough here for you to get the gist of it. An automatic pool cleaner can be designed for pools of different sizes, shapes, and volumes. Each cleaner will give pool owners a spotless, sundazzled look to their pools. They are meant to remove leaves, sand, or dirt that settles onto pool surfaces. Pool filtration systems only catch debris that settles into the water.
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