Why should I get an Aquabot robot pool cleaner?
- Pool cleaner robots are nifty little machines that increase quality of life by doing the dirty work while you play;
- The vacuum capacity and power of robot pool cleaners provides a thorough cleaning of the pool;
- A high efficiency filtration system is built in the robot to purify thousands of gallons of water per hour, which is healthier and cleaner for your family and friends;
- The debris bag collects most if not all of the particles (up to 2 microns or the size of a bacteria) in the pool relieving strain on your pools filtration system by 25% and by 30% for the pumps;
- Pool cleaning robots help improve the chemicals and heat distribution in the pool, therefore reducing energy and chemical consumption. Savings of up to 50%!
- No lengthy installation procedures or hoses required… KISS, keep it simple superman…!
- Pool cleaning robots are low maintenance units;
- Robot pool cleaners contribute to reducing water consumption and decreasing the filtration system’s working time by as much as 60%.
About Aquabot Pool Cleaner Robots
Pool cleaners come in two categories, domestic or residential and commercial. Domestic robot pool cleaners also come in two sub-categories, above or in ground pools. Once you have these two things are figured out, you can sift through pool cleaners within the targeted category and compare specifications and prices. Figuring out the pool’s size and settling on a budget is obviously an important step to consider.
All robot pool cleaners must be started manually. When turning the robot on, one needs to either set the number of hours of servicing or set the pool cleaner on continuous mode.
Above-Ground Pool Cleaner Robots
Above-ground round pool owners definitely benefit from a lower acquisition cost since these pool cleaners do not have as many components as the Aquabot Turbo series and the Aquabot Basic.There are two models in this category:
- The Aquabot Pool Rover Jr which is effective for cleaning the floor of flat bottom above ground pools:
- The Aquabot Pool Rover is designed for above ground dished bottom. It also cleans the pools walls!
Both take about one hour of cleaning time and have an auto shut-off feature after 2 hours.
In Ground Pool Cleaner Robots
The Aquabot Turbo series (T Jet, T, T2, T4RC) and the Aquabot Basic pool cleaners are designed for in ground pools.
The Turbo T Jet sits on four wheels and is quite identical to the Pool Rovers mentioned in the previous section. It is specifically designed to clean abrasive floor surfaces such as concrete surfaces for pools of up to 50 square/feet in size. This brushless pool cleaner uses a water jet to clean abrasive surfaces, please visit sites https://www.wassenmetgevoel.nl/ https://www.arbredelannee.be/ https://sextoys2day.nl/ https://cafecees.nl/ https://dumbells-kopen.nl/ where other pool cleaning robot models tend to wear and tear their brushes. The Turbo T Jet has a cleaning time of 1 hour and is programmed with an auto shut-off feature after 2 hours.
The Aquabot Basic and its big brother Aquabot Turbo are the first two models running on tracks rather than wheels. They are both designed for square shaped pools. The Turbo requires 4 hours of labour to clean a pool’s floor, walls and waterline. Account for 2 more hours for the Basic to do the same job, which makes it 30% slower, but does produce the same quality results.
If you have a need for maximum flexibility, look into the Aquabot Turbo T series, which are all equipped with tracks and brushes. They can do pools of up to 50 square/feet in size and of any shape and form. The ultimate difference between the Aquabot Turbo T and T2, is the tracks system brushes used. The Aquabot Turbo T requires a float to help it make swift turns. The Aquabot Turbo T2 has a split-track system allowing it to turn faster and in tighter areas such as pool steps.
Should you wish to remotely control your robot pool cleaner; the Turbo T4RC will do that for you.
Setting up you pool cleaner robot
Once the pool cleaner is out of the box, make sure there are no missing parts and pieces. Launching your pool cleaner for the first time is easy as 1-2-3…4-5:
- Throw the pool cleaning robot in the pool;
- Connect the power supply unit (little box with a switch and meter) to an electrical outlet;
- Connect the long cable attached to the Aquabot pool cleaner the power supply unit;
- Review the connections to make sure they are properly connected;
- Start the robot by switching the power supply unit to “on”, and define the expected cleaning time or have it run continuously.
Bare in mind these guidelines are in no way meant to replace the manufacturer’s documentation, but to provide an overview of how easy these pool cleaners are to operate.
The Pool Skimmer: A cherry on top of the sundae
Yes, research shows that pool skimming by hand can improve your dose of vitamin D due to exposure to the sun, but does open the door to unwanted side effects like boredom, exposure to high voltage hazards when electrical cables overwhelm your backyard, and post-pool cleaning disorder.
Thanks to the solar powered pool skimmer, those days are over. The Intelligent Solar Pool Skimmer Robot is cordless and also acts as a chemical dispenser. Best of all, it does not cost a cent to operate… well unless your pool is inside a dark room, in which case you might want to install a source of solar lighting.