Swimming pools are increasingly used as recreational spaces for fun and games, where you can spend hours swimming, jumping and diving with friends and family. However, having a pool also means having to regularly clean it to ensure the comfort and well-being of users and to protect equipment from damage caused by dirt that accumulate on the pool’s bottom and sides. More than just a cosmetic issue, in order to be safe pools must be kept clean to prevent them from becoming sources of infection. Pool cleaning can be simple, quick and convenient with the right products.
Cleaning a pool goes beyond simply caring for pool water: the walls and bottom must also be cleaned. While this can be accomplished with a manual pool cleaner or an automatic robot it can also be done with a built-in cleaner like Net’N’Clean, which has been available on the market for a number of years. The main advantage of this system is user convenience, as pool owners will no longer have to handle the cleaner and the unpleasant task of cleaning becomes a thing of the past. AstralPool offers manual cleaning materials, manual cleaners, automatic cleaners, the Net’N’Clean built-in cleaning system and a range of cleaning accessories.
Net’n’Clean is an automatic cleaning system built into the pool itself that single-handedly uses pressurized water to lift dirt from the pool bottom and stairs. The Net’n’Clean system is composed of a series of cleaning nozzles installed at the bottom of the pool that project jets of water for a programmed time and in a specific direction, thus cleaning the entire pool.
Pool owners have traditionally opted for automatic robots or even manual cleaning systems, but advances in pool accessory technology and the growth of new products has increased competition between new built-in systems. Although it involves a separate pump and a more complex installation, built-in cleaners offer improved water circulation and filtration to provide 100% clean and safe water. These systems can also clean areas of the pool that traditional cleaners are unable to reach.
Although built-in integrated cleaners automatically clean pools and use the pool’s own resources, a personal study of your pool that takes into account all factors (size, characteristics, equipment, etc.) is recommended before deciding on the best type of cleaner.