Waterco's Admiral range of robotic cleaners has been engineered with water, energy and chemical conservation in mind, says Waterco.
"By micro filtering and circulating the pool water, Admiral robotic cleaners reduce pool maintenance, and can save pool owners water and chemicals," explains Bryan Goh, Waterco's group marketing director.
The Admiral range of features includes direct drive motors, a quick drainage system and intelligent navigation.
The robotic cleaners operate independently from a pool's filter and pump. They also feature internal motors, and vacuum in water, dirt and debris through the built-in pump, then filter the water through the internal filtration system.
They also clean a wide path due to the pump, the location of the vacuum intake ports and the geometry of the "underbelly", which allows debris to be vacuumed both from under the cleaner and from its sides. The in-built navigation system prevents the cleaner getting caught on any obstacles, and intelligent programming sends it in a different direction every time, thus improving pool coverage.
In addition, the Admiral and Admiral Ultra feature all-terrain traction plus gel-pro brushes, powered by a direct-drive motor, for increased torque and efficiency, and the motor allows better traction and cleaning capabilities.
"Without a suction cleaner attached to the pool skimmer, it's left free to skim the top of the pool," says Bryan. "Removing restrictions on the pool skimmer also increases the pool's turnover rate, which improves water clarity."
The water-cooled pump motors of the Admiral operate on 80 watts of power; the Admiral Ultra on 120 watts of power. Both the Admiral and Admiral Ultra require no installation, hoses or additional equipment.
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