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All About Automatic Pool Cleaners

The automatic pool cleaner is a vacuum cleaner that can accumulate dirt and grit from the swimming pool with the least manual intervention. The pool cleaner developed from the water filter and the first tank cleaner. The predecessors of the present pool cleansers were sunk cleansers. They were developed to meet the needs of cleaning pools and reservoirs.

Types of automatic pool cleaners

  • Robotic pool cleaner

The robot vacuum cleaner is the most productive and energy-saving choice. The robot vacuum cleaner is not connected to the existing filter system but is a stand-alone device connected to the socket. They have sophisticated software utilized to paint your swimming pool and ensure that the whole exterior is clear. Many of them can ascend the surface to the water level.

Its installation – 

The cleaning robot is the easiest option to install. Once the vacuum truck is connected to the wall, you need to insert the vacuum cleaner into the cart and immerse it in the sink to use the socket. Then select the programming switch on the cart’s administration panel and click start.

  • Pressure-side pool cleaners

The pressure side rarefaction cup is connected to the tension side of the filter pump and is charged by water force. It usually requires the application of a booster pump outside of your current filter system. It will increase the water flow but also improve your costs. It is usually a medium-cost option, but the price of the booster pump needs to be recognized. They reduce the load on the filter without throwing dust into the filter. It is a separate pocket, but it can hold larger spills better than small spills and generally clean the platform better than walls.

Its installation – 

When installing the pressure side vacuum, the dedicated load line in the tank is equipped with a quick coupling connected to the vacuum line, which must be set to the actual tank length according to the instructions given. After attaching the vacuum to the pump, all you have to do is to check the wheel velocity and adjust the nozzles at the back to achieve the best wall-climbing effect. Qualified technicians must install the booster pump.

  • Suction-side pool cleaners

The vacuum cleaner on the suction side is connected to the suction side of the current pool filter pump and empties dirt into the filter. By sucking, it moves randomly along the base of the pool. These are the cheapest option other than hand-held vacuum cleaners. However, for pool purchasers with restricted resources and no time for physical work, small pools are usually equipped with a suction system.

Its installation –

The advantage of the vacuum cleaner is that it is easy to install. You vent the hose, connect it to the suction surface of the pool pump, and insert a suction device filled with water. The valve may need to be adjusted to provide the required flow.

  • Manual pool cleaners

This pool cleaner is attached to a long pole, and the user holds it outside the pool and places it on the surface to be cleaned. It is installed on the suction surface of the pool filter pump and is the most affordable option. It requires regular physical labour and ensures that the flow rate on the filter is the same as that of the suction box cleaner.

The pool filter can keep the water clean, but it cannot remove any sediment that settles on the pool floor or sticks to the wall. It is where a pool cleaner comes into play. These pool cleaners are autonomous and cover the entire pool.

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