Pool Cleaner. Sunday , February 18th , 2018 - 14:50:30 PM
At the same time, its also important to keep several factors in mind that are related to your personal circumstances and your particular inground swimming pool. For example, your budget will be one of the main factors that will influence your final decision. In addition, the size and shape of your pool are important considerations as are the types of debris commonly found in your pool and the complexity of installation and operation that you are willing to undertake.
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.
My oh my where do I begin? Ill try not to give my age away here but, I remember when Kreepy Kraulys were one of the first automatic pool cleaners on the market. Infact in 1974 the very first models were actually made of wood and rubber tubing. People lucky enough to have had one of those Pinochio Bots absolutley loved them. Ive heard stories from folks (my grandfather of course) who desperately tried to keep them operational by using coat hangers, duct tape and glue. Kreepy Kraulys were actually sold door to door at one time. Their salespeople were quite clever in the presentation or should I say demonstration.
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