Swim into a crystal clear future. As a pool owner, you know the joy of pure refreshing water and the terrible pain of keeping your tiled pool in pristine condition. Say goodbye to pain and work as you embrace the new wave of robotic pool cleaners. Don’t sweat out in the sun spending hours vacuuming, scrubbing and skimming your tiled pool. Enjoy your time in the water without all the hard work.
Why does my Tiled Pool need constant cleaning?
For the sake of sanitation, your families health, to protect your investment, and for the best-looking crystal clear water, every tiled pool needs regular cleaning. The good news is that your pool chemicals such as chlorine, bromine or salt help keep your water from harboring all kinds of nasty bacteria.
The bad news is that these same chemicals do not clean the surface of your tiles or remove the debris that naturally collects in the water. Flying insects, falling leaves, dust and dirt, human skin, hair and oils, all end up clogging your pool and staining your tiles.
Why do I need a Robotic Pool Cleaner?
Are you tired of cleaning your tiled pool with traditional methods and hard-laborRobotic pool cleaners have now advanced to the point where equipped with artificial intelligence, navigation systems and freedom from tangles they can do the job that you hate. Yes – not only will they clean your pool but they will clean it better than most people.
Will a robotic cleaner keep my pool clean?
Your mechanical pool cleaner will work tirelessly to keep your pool in pristine condition. This is the most dedicated worker you will ever employ. Devoted to the cleanliness of your water and tiled surfaces your robotic workers sole-function will be to remove any nasty algae, sediment, and debris from your pool.
How will my robotic pool cleaner work?
Whilst you rest and relax your robot will be crawling over every inch of your tiled pool looking for work. With an independent power source, rotating brushes and powerful suction your autonomous worker will vigorously scrub the tiled surface and vacuum up any dirt, debris or algae through its internal filtration system. Filtration levels vary with some robots offering you the option to even filter out bacteria.
You can pre-program your cleaner to focus on particular areas, and also rely on the machines internal navigation to ensure your whole pool is cleaned. As your mechanical cleaner is not connected to your pool pump system it is truly independent to clean according to your needs.
How good is the technology?
You can expect the best in modern mechanical engineering. Watch your robot power across the pool climbing walls and reaching every nook and cranny – with options for wheel or track propulsion including 4-wheel-drive. Expect no more knotty problems as you use a battery powered robot or a cleaner with anti-tangle swivels and 360 degrees of movement.
Enjoy large capacity filtration units requiring less regular flushing and with such fine design, they can remove bacteria as small as only 2 microns. Save your strength for the joys of swimming with modern lightweight designs that are easy to remove from your pool and don’t require heavy lifting.
Will my robot be smart?
You won’t be able to play a game of chess with your robot, but it will be clever enough to scan the dimensions and shape of your pool and develop a plan to clean it thoroughly. This is a smart little machine with cleverly crafted navigation system and enough artificial intelligence to know where it has been, and what remains to be done.
Is my cleaner energy efficient?
Save the planet as you save on your power bills. Your robotic pool cleaner will be approximately 94% more energy efficient than traditional pump based pool cleaners.
How much maintenance will I still need to do?
To clean an average sized pool your robotic cleaner will take 4-8 hours. Even robots need a break and in between cleaning duties, you should give your machine some rest and relaxation. To ensure the long life of your robot remove it from the water when it is not in operation. Empty any retained water, and remove any debris that may have got trapped in wheels or tracks.
Your cleaner will have an independent filtration system either a bag or a cartridge this is to allow it to filter your water autonomously – cleaning this filter is usually a simple rinse and flush process. With a small amount of care, your robot should have a long and prosperous life, freeing you up from the hard-work of pool maintenance.