Suction Side Pool Cleaners
Suction side cleaners work with the dedicated suction line in your pool. Suction side pool cleaners attach to the suction line and utilize the suction to propel the cleaner throughout the pool while scrubbing the pool surface, eliminating dirt and debris from your pool.
Pressure Side Pool Cleaners
Pressure side cleaners utilize an existing pressure side line to propel the cleaner throughout your pool. The water returned back into your pool fuels the cleaner, but it can require an additional booster pump to run. Unlike suction side cleaners, pressure side cleaners do not use your pool’s filtration system to filter out debris. Pressure side cleaners use a filtration bag to contain dirt and debris, relieving pressure and wear on your filtration system.
Robotic Pool Cleaners
Robotic pool cleaners do not use your existing pool equipment and run off the power from your house. They free up pressure on your pool equipment and reduce overall power costs and consumption while providing superior cleaning power. Robotic pool cleaners support simple “plug and play” operation and pick up large and small debris in the built-in filtration system. Often times, robotic pool cleaners clean and scrub the pool floor, steps and event the waterline, eliminating the need to clean your pool walls with a brush. The reduced maintenance and wear on pool equipment makes robotic pool cleaners ideal for most pools.