You spend a lot building a swimming pool. Most of the money goes to building an integrated filtration and pumping system in the pool. Although hidden from view, it is the heart of the pool system. Despite this arrangement, the pool water is easily contaminated. Things like dirt, twigs, leaves, frogs, insects, etc. They regularly pollute the pool. Diving into your favorite pool without worrying about health risks is possible if you know how to clean a green swimming pool.
Automatic pool cleaners can be classified into three categories based on their mechanism:
Means of aspiration
They are best suited for pools located in places that have a desert or tropical climate. They are ideal for removing dust, small leaves, and twigs. You can activate them by attaching them to a skimmer or a dedicated line. Hayward offers four of these cleaners.
* Navigator – Automatic pool cleaner with SmartDrive management technology that allows it to clean any inground pool within 3-4 hours.
* Pool Vac Ultra – Like the Navigator, this one claims to clean any pool within 3-4 hours using its programmed AquaPilot management technology.
* SunRay – With only one moving part and no additional connecting hoses, this cleaner is more manageable. Plus, it’s small and energy-efficient.
* KingRay – And this one has a moving part and uses a suction pool to clean the pool walls and floor.
Pressure washers must be installed on a dedicated line and require an additional pump or “booster pump”. Due to the booster pumps, these cleaning devices may require more energy, but are more efficient and save time.
Two of these Hayward cleaners are:
* Viio Turbo – This high-performance turbo cleaner uses unique AquaDrive technology for faster and better pool cleaning. Instead of the drive wheels, the Viio cleaner uses a jet to move around the pool, removing pressure from the pool surface.
* Phantom Turbo – Also works with AquaDrive technology and features a large suction neck and large bag for stopping and waste disposal. The large bag allows for faster cleaning by reducing unloading time.
* TigerShark – Automatically turns off after three cleaning cycles. It uses a built-in computer for optimal cleaning.
* Haivard SharkWAC – The most efficient smart cleaner available. It can work with the energy used by a standard light bulb.
The mechanisms of these cleaners are quite simple. The cleaner sucks up debris as it slowly passes over the bottom of the pool and brushed walls above. This is then passed through a pool filter system which usually consists of a series of filters that mainly trap the larger debris, and then moves through the system to catch smaller objects, and finally pass through a sand filter which removes the smallest particles.
Many people opt for automatic cleaning because of its automatic performance, durability, and trouble-free operation. There are three types of automatic cleaners. These are vacuum, pressure, and electric cleaners. The working mechanisms of the first two are quite different, but they have their advantages. The suction cleaner uses a pool filter pump to create a suction draft.