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POOL CLEANERS Keeping It Clean


The rather monotonous but very necessary task of cleaning a swimming pool is thankfully no longer the chore it once was. Whether it’s through using an automatic, electronic or suction cleaner, with each year that passes, it’s a job that is becoming ever easier to perform. With increasingly sophisticated models being introduced, we put the spotlight on a number of products that are easing the burden of keeping a pool clean in 2015


By Andrea Hartshorne


DOLPHIN EXPLORER PLUS FROM GOLDEN COAST


Designed for pools up to 15 metres in length, the Dolphin Explorer Plus robotic pool cleaner excels at keeping floor, walls and waterline clean and hygienic.


The low-voltage, low energy design includes a level filtration system which efficiently collects all types of dirt – even small particles. Its dual-drive motor, which benefits from an automatic motor protection mechanism, ensures optimal manoeuvrability and coverage – regardless of a pool’s shape, slope or obstacles.


Low maintenance was a key concern for designers, so it includes a swivel-on cable to prevent tangling, a clogged filter indicator for


BLUEREBEL ™ FROM PENTAIR


Pentair guarantees you a well cleaned pool with the BlueRebel! Due to its roller skirt design the BlueRebel climbs 90° angles to ensure every trace of dirt is taken care of. The design of this roller skirt with its circular motion easily manoeuvres BlueRebel around obstacles for continuous cleaning. The two wheel design ensures outstanding manoeuvrability in tight spaces and programmed steering assures complete, thorough pool cleaning coverage. The product provides excellent performance with variable speed pumps at low flow rates for super-efficient operation and gives suction cleaning from 6m³/h,


Easy to install, set it and forget it, all features for a high pool maintenance are present in the BlueRebel. Pentair Aquatic Systems +32 (0) 1425 9911 www.pentairpooleurope.com


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ongoing efficiency and top- opening filtration compartments for quick cleaning. Packed with user-friendly features, the Explorer Plus includes a time- delay mechanism, as well as a remote control. Golden Coast 01271 378100 www.GCTrade.co.uk


THE ‘BIG YELLOW’ VAC HEAD FROM FAIRLOCKS


Often copied but never bettered the Fairlocks ‘big yellow’ Vac Head has consistently topped the manual cleaning charts for over 30 years. Ideal for use in domestic or commercial pools the cleverly


designed vac head with its centrally mounted 19” brush facilitates collection of the most stubborn debris that lesser systems would surely miss. The streamlined shape provides super fast cleaning in all pool finishes and has the option of 1½ or 2” hose fittings for ease of installation.


Successfully sold worldwide the system has not significantly altered since inception and the Fairlocks’ philosophy remains ‘if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it’. Obtaining spare parts can prove difficult for some cleaning systems but not so with the ‘big yellow one’ as they are readily available even for the earliest models. Fairlocks Pool Products Ltd 01865 988346 www.fairlocks.co.uk


POOL BLASTER MAX FROM BOSTA


Bosta UK is pleased to


introduce a completely new range of rechargeable pool cleaners for 2015. The Pool Blaster Max gives benefits not only for the pool owner but also service and maintenance engineers. As well


as the obvious benefit of being rechargeable, there is no need to use


the normal vacuum hose or change multiport outlets etc., as there are no connections required with Pool Blaster Max. It can be used to clean the


whole pool or just pick up small patches of debris. The built-in motor vacuums all forms of dirt


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from the pool floor and steps, collecting the debris in the filter bag. It is easy to use and easy to clean and only requires any standard telescopic pole to clean in deeper water. Bosta UK Ltd


01284 716580 www.bosta.co.uk


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