Robotic Pool Cleaners
from the Melbourne cleaner experts
Robotic pool cleaners are the future of pool cleaning and are, by far, the best type of cleaners available. Robotic pool cleaners work independently from the filter and pump system and are driven by an electric motor inside the unit. They are self-contained, collecting debris in a filter canister and have built-in intelligence that ensures they don’t get stuck in corners and on steps.
Not all Robotic Pool Cleaners are the same. Similar to cars which advertise four wheels, five seats, there is a big difference in quality, reliability and function of say a BMW to a Kia. Robotic pool cleaners are the same. The brochures might claim to have the same or similar features, however, how do you know for sure it’ll be right in your pool. This’ where our experience comes in.
Just Pool Cleaners with the largest range of all the leading brands is here to help you choose the right cleaner for your pool surface, shape, size and usage.
Why Buy a Robotic Pool Cleaner
Robotic Pool Cleaners are not just about scooping leaves. The right cleaner for your pool will save you much much more. Over a year you will save on chemicals, electricity, water, and of course your time.
The best Robotic Pool Cleaners in the World
Started in 1983, Maytronics pioneered automated robotic pool cleaning technology. Today, Maytronics flagship brand Dolphin remains the market leader, continually setting new standards for technological innovation, design and reliability.
In everything we do at Aquafirst we strive to make the lives of pool owners more enjoyable. This is why we have partners with Maytronics to offer the complete Dolphin M and S Series rages. Between these four models there is the perfect pool cleaner just for you and your pool.
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Choosing a robotic pool cleaner can be a difficult task. What clean features do I need? Will it cover my whole pool? Do I need timers, clean cycle lengths and remote control ability?
A robotic pool cleaner is a waterproof, electric (low voltage) pool cleaner that contains motors for driving it around and also suction for the cleaning. All of the debris is picked up and go right into a self-contained canister or basket.
Robotic pool cleaners do a much better job of cleaning over other types of cleaners and are not limited to just picking up small leaves and dust. A good robotic cleaner can pick up large leaves and small twigs right through to scrubbing walls and filtering out microalgae spores. All without missing spots.
Unlike other pool cleaners that use the main filter and pump system; robotic pool cleaners, are completely separate. They typically have two motors; one for movement and another that sucks the pool water in and runs it through the filtering system and basket.
In addition to the motors, a true robotic pool cleaner has a complex array of sensors and microchips that are constantly gathering information and recalibrating. For instance, if the sensors detect a wall, then the microchip will relay instructions to the motors that the cleaner needs to climb. Throughout this process, good robotic pool cleaners can learn the shape of your pool and optimise their path to suit.
Most common belief is that robotic pool cleaners are only suited to pools that are either large, simple shape or have a large amount of debris. This couldn’t be further from the truth.
Simply put; all shapes, sizes and surfaces are perfect for a robotic cleaner; from a vinyl lined above ground pool through to an Olympic sized fully tiled commercial pool.
The important thing, however, is to make sure to choose the right type of robotic pool cleaner to suit your pool’s shape, surface and even your personal feature needs.