The object of a pool cleaning system is to remove debris from the pool water as well as the pool floor and walls.

There are an array of automated cleaning systems that can perform this function. Some of these cleaners work on the suction side of a pool system and some of these pool cleaners work on the pressure side of a pool system.

Characteristics and advantages vary by the manufacturer. Most cleaners are robotic, generally attaching to a hose connected to the pool wall. There are non-roving alternatives such as in floor systems that pop-up (similar to sprinkler heads) and clean the zones.

The in-floor systems offer better chemical and heating distribution.

Traditional pool design uses an old fashion method of returning filtered water back to the pool through wall inlets near the surface of the water. This is better than nothing, but returns don’t put the heated and purified water on the bottom where it is really needed. Worst of all, by returning heat and chemicals near the surface, the wind and sun can quickly steal them from the water. Tests run by an outside company have shown that non In-Floor pools consume up to 50% more chemicals and 30% more heat.

The state-of-the-art, PV3 returns fresh water to the floor of the pool where it can quickly kill algae and bacteria before it grows. The same powerful jets of water that will clean your pool, efficiently distribute warm, purified water throughout the floor of the pool, keeping it away from the surface as long as possible. PV3 delivers cleaner, warmer and healthier water, so your pool is ready to enjoy when you are.

To sanitize your pool, you have a choice of a conventional chlorinated pool, salt chlorinatiion, or ozone sanitization.

Sanitizers disinfect the water. The different sanitizers will have an effect on you and your pool.