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Self Contained Electric Cleaners

IF YOUR POOL HAS  NO BOOSTER PUMP OR DEDICATED POOLSWEEP LINE.

What is a self-contained cleaner?Robotic Pool Cleaners

Self-contained cleaners, also called Robotic cleaners, are electrically-powered, are not connected to the pool equipment or plumbing, and contain a motor in the cleaning unit, much like a vacuum cleaner for floors. These Robotic Cleaners can be used on almost any pool.

What do I need to make this work?

          The main requirement is a 115v power source with GFCI close to the pool.

What are the advantages of this type of Pool Cleaner?

1.Since robotic cleaners are not connected to the pool plumbing or equipment, they prevent debris from reaching the skimmer, pump or filter, reducing equipment maintenance and extending the life of the equipment.

2.These cleaners can clean an average size pool in just a couple  of hours.

3.Robotic cleaners use 24v power from a transformer and electrical consumption is very low.

What are the disadvantages of this type of Pool Cleaner?

The cleaner cannot be left in the pool all the time as most other type cleaners are. They are dropped in to clean and, when cleaning is done, they must be removed and stored until the next time.

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