Robotic Pool Cleaners use approximately the same amount of energy as a standard light bulb
Simple plug and play tool-free installation
Stand-alone, they operate independently from your pool's existing filtration system
Handles virtually all types debris
Perfectly adapted for all pool shapes, types and finishes
Most common FAQ when moving from a manual vaccuum to a Robotic Cleaner
Since they use electrical power in the pool, are robotic cleaners safe to use?
Yes, they are totally safe since a very low electrical power is used to operate the cleaner. Also, the Power
Supply is connected to a GFCI, which delivers total peace of mind and safety.
I have a unique shaped pool, will it work okay?
Yes! Robotic cleaners work on any pool shape, size, and floor type (e.g., concrete, vinyle, or gunite)
Do they only clean pool floors?
Most Hayward robotic cleaners will climb and clean pool wallls, coves, and benches and even scrub the waterline.
Does my pool need to be built specially to use a robotic pool cleaner, like it does to use a pressure pool
No, since it runs separate from the pool's pump and filtration system, any pool, no matter how it was built,
can use robotic pool cleaners.
Do I need to purchase any additional parts or supples to use a robotic cleaner?
No, the only thing you'll need is access to a power outlet somewhere within the vacinity of the pool, and the
cleaners come with very long power cords.
Can I leave the cleaner in the pool and not remove it between cleaning?
The cleaners are made to be left in the pool, however it is recommended to remove the cleaner frequently to
clean the filter and remove the debris collected. It is also never recommended not to swim in the pool with