As a pool owner, you’ve researched different types of pool cleaners to keep your pool healthy and vibrant.
If you chose a pool cleaner that utilizes water pressure, such as the ever-popular Polaris Quattro, there may be times when you will have to adjust the pool cleaner pressure to ensure your device is functioning at its optimum.
Pool pressure side cleaners that work from your main circulation require a lot of water to be pushed to them to keep them functioning. This means that you may have to adjust the water pressure to get the best result.
Adjusting Pool Cleaner Pressure
When adjusting pool cleaner pressure, you will first have to identify the flow of your water. Pinpoint which valve manages the flow of water to the pool cleaner, and which valves control other elements of the pool’s equipment, such as water features.
Once you have identified what your valves control, you can send more water to the cleaner by turning the cleaner pressure valve up, and the other valves down or off.
Watch professional pool service technician, Cole, adjust pool cleaner pressure: