MyPool offers swimming pool cleaners, manually operated vacuums, automatic pool cleaners, and robotic pool cleaners. For efficient and effective pool maintenance, you can put trust MyPool. Modern advanced technologies with proven reliability are used to give the pool owner a consistently cleaned pool all the time. With an automatic pool cleaner as a pool owner requires minimal effort by the pool owner. Besides cleaning the pool, automatic pool cleaners provide additional circulation and distribution of chemicals. The automatic pool cleaners can be divided into three groups: pressure driven, suction driven, and robotic cleaners.
Pressure Driven Pool Cleaners
Some, but not all pressure driven pool cleaners require a booster pump. A booster pump provides additional pressure to operate the pool cleaner. A dedicated pressure line comes from the booster pump to the side-wall of the pool cleaner, to which the cleaner attaches. Popular among this type of cleaner is the Polaris 280 Pool Cleaner. Another Polaris pool cleaner the Polaris 360 does not require a booster pump. It connects to one of the return line of the swimming pool.
Suction Driven Pool Cleaners
Suction driven pool cleaners operate off a dedicated vacuum line or the skimmer. A perennial popular pool cleaner is the Hayward Pool Vac, which has been produced in many styles including the Hayward Navigator.
Robotic Pool Cleaners:
Robotic pool cleaners have been around for many years. The principal characteristics are they do not work in conjunction with the pool system. They clean by placing the cleaner into the pool. The pool cleaner operates either by battery or an electrical umbilical cord. Debris is collected directly into the cleaner, which then needs to be cleaned. The most popular in this class of cleaners is the Hayward TigerShark
Manual Vacuum Cleaners:
If the budget does not permit an automatic pool cleaner, manually vacuuming and brushing of the pool is a necessity. The basic operation is to attach the vacuum head to the pole, attach the hose, and connect the hose to the skimmer and vacuum. It is old fashion, but it works and does the job of keeping the pool free of debris.