To choose the best model of cleaner, you should take into consideration the pool size, type (concrete, vinyl, fibreglass) and its surrounding environment (trees, sand, dust, etc.). The right option (electric, pressure or suction cleaners) can then be chosen according to these factors and your available budget.
Operating at low voltage, electric cleaners pose no health risk and are very easy to maintain. A sophisticated steering system allows them to cover the entire pool and suck up debris that is collected in bags or by fi ltration panels.
Pressure cleaners use water pressure to move around and suck up debris. Debris is retrieved by the device and does not clog up your pool filter. This highly effective process requires the installation of an auxiliary pump known as a booster pump.
This type of cleaner is installed on the skimmer or vacuum fitting. It moves around the pool at random or as programmed to retrieve debris, which is sent directly to the filtration system filter. They represent an economical and reliable cleaning solution.