3900 Valley Blvd, #E.
Walnut CA 91789
Automatic pool cleaners offer the best combination of cleaning performance, simplicity, convenience, and long-term reliability. We offer the broadest line of pressure side, suction side and robotic cleaners in the world so no matter your cleaning challenge or budget, there's always one right for your pool.
Suction side cleaners attach to one of the suction ports in your pool - the plumbing that pulls water out of the pool to be filtered. Usually, this port is the skimmer, or your pool may have a separate vacuum port especially for a pool cleaner. With the hose attached and the filter pump running, suction is created on the underside of the cleaner. The cleaner moves around the pool while vacuuming dirt and debris through the hose and sending it to the pump strainer basket and filter...where it belongs. Dirt and debris are sucked up by the cleaner and then through the hose, past the suction port, through the pipe, and is trapped in the filter pump strainer basket.
Robotic cleaners are powered by low-voltage electricity, rather than your pool pump or a booster pump. Since your pump runs less, your energy costs are reduced. Plus, their built-in filter further reduces use of your pool's primary filtration system lowering energy costs even more, extending the life of both your pump and filter, and increasing the amount of time between filter cleanings. Robotic cleaners are also convenient—you just plug it in and place it in your pool. Some even have remote controls so you can steer the unit from a lounge chair for easy spot cleaning!
Pressure side cleaners attach to the return (pressure side) of your circulation system. This is the side of the plumbing that returns clean, filtered water to your pool. Pressure side pool cleaners use the power of the water pressure to pick up dirt and debris and collect it in an attached bag. Many also have their own hydraulic power plant inside for additional power.