Robots in Pool Cleaning

Have you got a pool? You probably enjoy your time there a lot. But how about cleaning? Do you feel that your spend more time cleaning than splashing? Well, here is what: you can enjoy your pool without having to clean it. Have you ever heard of robotic pool cleaners? These gadgets can save you all the nasty pool cleaning jobs and enable you to enjoy your pool rather than scrub its surfaces every now and then.

In recent years, technology has offered pool owners intelligent and effective robotic cleaners intended for in-ground pool systems. Their prices range from $300 to $1000 at online stores and brick-and-mortar shops. If you haven’t had the opportunity to use one, perhaps you will be interested to know more about these machines. Why don’t you have a look at this article? Here we will talk about robotic pool cleaners in general and how they can take the hard work out of pool cleaning.

What Robots Can Do

The robotic pool cleaners have a self-contained vacuum, which enables them to be totally independent. They can work without the need for installation, booster pumps or hoses. They make a number of passes around the pool and deep clean the floor surface and walls. The best part is, they can climb stairs and move across slippery surfaces.

Size up the pool:

how does a robot know where to get started or the dimensions of your pool? Very easy. A special technology is implemented into the robot, which allows it to scan the dimensions of your pool. It will examine the pool surface, detecting dirt, algae, sand and hair as it goes.

Choose the best cycle:

the underwater robotic pool cleaners are very intelligent and they can decide what’s best for your pool. After they size up your pool, they will select the optimum cleaning cycle based on the amounts of dirt.

Remove dirt and debris:

while working around your pool, the robot will remove bacteria and oil build-up, leaves, large and small debris, algae, sand and all the dirt you can’t actually see but you know it’s there. Additionally, it can clean small particles such as pollen and dangerous microorganisms.

Robots that are intended to clean pools are usually small and very flexible. They don’t just pick random directions; they clean following a pattern, navigating obstacles, changing directions and cleaning every section of the pool, both the water and the pool surfaces (walls and floor). Which means once the robot is done, there will be nothing left for you to do, except for go for a swim.

Advantages of Robotic Cleaners

Here are some of the advantages of robotic pool cleaners:

  • Easy to manage: just drop the machine into the pool and press one button to get it started. Let it work. After it’s done, take it out of the pool and drain the water. Most robots have valves that pull the water out of the machine.
  • Compact and portable
  • Responsive cleaning technology
  • While they clean your pool, you can focus on other stuff
  • Save lots of time: a standard pool cleaning can take hours. People build pools so they can enjoy them, not so they constantly take care of them. A robotic pool cleaner can take all the hassle off you and save a great deal of time.
  • Easy to clean: most robots have a basket. Simply lift it out, remove any dirt that the robot has collected during cleaning and you are done.
    The power cord of the robotic pool cleaner is long enough to allow the machine to perform a deep and thorough cleaning
  • Energy-efficient