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Pressure Pool Cleaners

Are you sick and tired of spending untold hours manually vacuuming your swimming pool?

An excellent option for an automatic pool cleaner is a pressure pool cleaner. It works similar to a suction pool cleaner but collects the debris in a separate bag for easy cleaning.

Pressure pool cleaners often operate on a separate booster pump, which some pools don't have. Check your swimming pool's specifications and call Australian-owned Maple Pools Pool Shop if you have any questions. 

How does a pool pressure cleaner work?

A pressure-side cleaner operates separately from your pool filtration system. When the water flows in, it creates a vacuum through the unit, which then collects debris inside an external bag. The outer bag makes it easier to dispose of pool debris, and the return flow means your cleaner isn't as susceptible to low flow issues. 

Pressure pool cleaners are automatic but not programmable, which means they won't run a specified course through your pool like a robotic pool cleaner.

What is the best pressure-side pool cleaner?

Maple Pools offers competitive pricing on a variety of pressure pool cleaners and pool supplies. Our best-reviewed model is the Polaris 3900 Mk2 Sport.  Please note it requires a booster pump to operate. Order now for dispatch before 2 pm the next working day—and you can buy now and pay later with Zippay!

How long should a pool cleaner last?

Most automatic pool cleaners will last up to five years when they're correctly maintained. If your automatic pool cleaner is on its last legs, call our showroom and speak with one of our representatives for a replacement.