Cleaning the pool can be one of the most tedious and overlooked tasks for pool owners. If you don’t have the time to manually clean your pool you may want to consider getting one of our pool suction cleaners. Our line of suction cleaners come with different features and in a range of prices.
Suction cleaners remove leaves, insects, and any other debris from your pool. If you have particular problems with leaves, you may want to invest in a pressure cleaner that connects to a suction cleaner. For instance, you can install a Cyclonic Leaf Catcher with the Zodiac MX6 Suction Cleaner. It would increase the suction power of the cleaner without straining the pump.
Non robotic suction cleaners usually have a rubber skirt or disc that runs along the pool floor and walls. They move around the pool but don’t follow a specific pattern. These kinds of pool suction cleaners harness the pressure from the pool’s intake to operate and move around the pool.
Robotic pool cleaners have become more prevalent in recent years. They operate independently from the pool filtration system. They have their own motor to move around the pool and follow a cleaning pattern designed to cover every inch of your pool. Robotic pool suction cleaners have a canister or bag to collect leaves and other debris, placing less load on your pool filter.
These kinds of suction cleaners can be more energy efficient than other types of pool suction cleaners.
Robotic pool cleaners are easy to use and operate, and are suitable for all types of in-ground pools.
Find out more about our suction cleaners and the best model for your pool by contacting us today. We can provide advice about the different kinds of pool cleaners and other pool equipment we have in stock.