Automatic Pool Cleaners are a lazy-man's dream come true. Automatic swimming pool vacuums and sweepers are perfect for the busy person who doesn't have time for weekly cleaning. Let one of our automatic swimming pool cleaning products take care of the everyday mess. It won't take you long to figure out that these affordably priced cleaning systems are what you've been missing.There are basically three types of cleaning systems: Suction Side, Pressure Side, and Robotic.
Suction Side - These pool cleaners use the pool's own suction, usually from the skimmer, to suck dirt and debris off the bottom of the pool, and it is cleaned by the filter. Think of it as a water powered vacuum cleaner. The only drawback to these is that while using them, you are tying up your skimmer which limits your ability to clean the surface of the water.
Pressure Side - These pool cleaners use one of the water returns or a secondary booster pump's return pressure to push the dirt and debris into a bag on the cleaner. Fine dirt is stirred up and eventually cleaned by the filter. The good thing about these is that they donít tie up the skimmer, so your surface gets cleaned. The drawback is that they are tying up one of your return lines which can interfere with your circulation. Also, they are not removing the dirt, but they are keeping it stirred up so the filter can get it naturally.
Robotic - These pool cleaners are computer-controlled pool vacuums that can scrub any size pool and operate independently from your pump and filter system. These robotic systems have an internal microchip that controls their movements. These are the most highly recommended pool cleaners.
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Last Updated: 10/16/2013 03:16 AM - ID:1113