In-ground home pools allow their owners to beat the summer and turn outdoor areas into usable living spaces. However, pools required constant care in order to stay clean and healthy. In addition to adding chemicals, owners need to clear debris. Until the 1980’s that meant spending hours cleaning or hiring a pool service. Then small, automatic cleaning robots were invented. Maytronics introduced early models and their Dolphin line of products became instant hits. The Latest Dolphin Pool Cleaners are now some of the most popular on the market and offer customers a range of choices.
Why Robotic Pool Cleaners?
The small robots that clean pools are not only effective, but easy to set up and use. Homeowners just plug the devices into outdoor electrical sockets and then drop them into their pools. Robots then appear to randomly zip around on the bottom of pools for about 20 minutes. They push their noses into corners, touch walls and change directions. In fact, they are using scanners to learn pool dimensions. Once they have all the needed information robots spend about 3 hours cleaning. They have motors, brushes, tracks and vacuums that work together to remove debris. The lightweight machines can do a very thorough job without using a lot of energy.
There’s a Cleaner for Every Need
Dolphin now offers several pool robots that range from simple and effective to more advanced styles with extra features. They include:
- Dolphin Nautilus: A simple, affordable model that can clean a 50 foot pool in 3 hours.
- Dolphin Nautilus Plus: The efficiency of the Nautilus model but with a shorter cleaning cycle, advanced scanning abilities and upgraded filters.
- Dolphin Triton: Standard Dolphin effectiveness as well as features like intelligent programming, a float mechanism and a caddy.
- Dolphin Premier 2016: An advanced cleaner that allows users to choose from 1-3 hour cleaning cycles. It also adds advanced programming and a weekly timer.
Robotic cleaners allow homeowners to keep pools safe and fresh with little or no effort. The specially-designed robots scan pools and then then use the information to collect and vacuum out debris. They are available in a range of models, so it is easy to find a robot for every need and budget.