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The Different Kinds Of Automatic Pool Cleaners


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A swimming pool can be cumbersome to clean, and if you pay a professional pool cleaner to come regularly, it can be expensive, too. Instead of getting a pool cleaner, it is often more cost-efficient to purchase an automated pool cleaner which can take out dirt and other debris with minimum effort on your part.

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The Different Kinds Of Automatic Pool Cleaners

  1. 1. The Various Types Of Automatic Pool CleanersPool Cleaners Page 1
  2. 2. A swimming pool can be a chore to maintain, and if you pay a professional pool cleaner to come on a regular basis,it can be pricey, too. As an alternative to getting a pool cleaner, it is sometimes more cost-efficient to purchase anautomated pool cleaner which can take out dirt and other debris with minimum effort on your part. There are threecommon types of automatic pool cleaners used in domestic pools, and these include, pressure, robotic, and suction.Pressure cleaners are connected to the pressure or return side of your swimming pools circulation. The pressure coming from the return side drives the cleaner around the pool. Pressure cleaners don’t suck the leaves and debris into your pool filter and this means that your pump basket will not be overworked. They are a good choice for pools close to trees or those that have significant debris. However, they usually demand high levels of flow for movement, and consequently may require a devoted pump. They have fallen out of favor mainly because of the substantial cost of a dedicated pump, and the cumbersome nature of constantly modifying return flows.Robotic cleaners work independently from the filter and pump, and are propelled by an electric motor within theunit. The device itself has an internal filter which traps dirt and debris. Since they are more advanced, they generallyare pricier than the other two variants. Better ones are priced at over AU$1,000. As opposed to the other two, theyalso are powered by electricity. Suction cleaners are the most bought automated pool cleaners since they are moreaffordable and less troublesome to use. They work as a skimmer and function together with your pumping andfiltration system. If you are considering purchasing suction pool cleaners, take a look at two products that dominateautomatic pool cleaner reviews for 2012.Pool Cleaners Page 2
  3. 3. Baracuda G3 Suction Pool Cleaner - This is an easy to use, silent, automatic pool cleaner. It also is equipped withan anti-stick design and wheel deflector which translates to optimal pool coverage and problem-free navigationaround steps, ladders, and corners. The patented Flow keeper that is found in every Baracuda G3 Suction PoolCleaner is a self-adjusting control valve which automatically adjusts water flow, which makes sure superbperformance even with lower horse power pumps. The shop price of this model is around AU$670. Baracuda T5 Duo - This model features an ergonomic design which makes pool cleaning easy. It also needs only a few simple steps to fully put together, and carries out the cleaning job proficiently as well. There is only one moving component, the diaphragm, allowing for easy operation. Its patented Twist Lock Hose guarantees solid connection between each length of hose which in turn helps improve water flow. The price of the Baracuda T5 Duo is about AU$649 at retail. The price of the Baracuda T5 Duo is one of the least expensive for the suction cleaner line from Zodiac, the company that manufactures them. Click here for automatic pool cleaners reviews 2012 for robotic and pressure types.Pool Cleaners Page 3