Automatic Pool Cleaners


pressure style cleaners

What's a pressure pool cleaner?

What's a pressure pool cleaner?

Pressure pool cleaners work off a pressure stream of water flowing to it rather than suction. This flow of water creates a venturi effect which allows a "suction effect" from the bottom of the cleaner. This style allows for larger throat at the bottom of the cleaner which accommodates for larger debris to be picked up. This style of cleaner is ideal if you have bulk amounts of leaves and small twigs in your pool.

robotic style cleaners

What's a robotic style cleaner?

What's a robotic style cleaner?

Robotic cleaners run completely off mains electricity and not off your filtration equipment. Controlled fully by an onboard computer, robotic cleaners can do amazing things. Their pattern style cleaning which allows the pool to get cleaned systematically rather than randomly, and won't get stuck in corners, resulting in faster cleaning times. Most robotic cleaners contain surprisingly large throats over the suction style cleaners which makes then not only great for picking up fine debris but great for picking up leaves and small twigs. The onboard fine filtration bags or cartridges allows for the cleaners to pick up fine matter as well. Their effecient and reduced cleaning times as well as the onboard vaccume located very close to the debris, allows robotic cleaners to save a lot of electricity by not running your main pump for as long while providing outstanding suction performance.

suction style cleaners

What's a suction style cleaner?

What's a suction style cleaner?

Suction style cleaners run off your main pool filtration system by plugging the cleaner into a vaccume plate in a skimmer box. This is the most common type of cleaner and better valued because the designs are relatively simple and is powered from the equipment you have.