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Dolphin Nautilus Pool Cleaning Robot

An automated pool cleaner is a robotic vacuum cleaner intended to collect debris and sediment from swimming pools. Most models use a random motion pattern to ensure that the entire floor surface is eventually covered.

Types of Pool Cleaners
There are four main types of pool cleaners, classified by the drive mechanism used:
* return-side driven — water outflow being returned to the pool is used for locomotion and debris suction, via the venturi effect.
* pressure driven — water outflow is pressurized using a secondary "booster" pump. This high pressure water is used for locomotion and debris suction, via the venturi effect.
* suction-side driven — water being pumped out of the pool via its skimmer or drains is used for locomotion and debris suction.
* electronic or robotic — an external electrical power cord is used to drive motors used for locomotion and suction.

Electronic or Robotic
The electronic automated pool cleaner consists on a very simple concept. It has a drive motor a pump and a processor. The pump is drawing the water from the bottom of the robot where the intake valves are located, through the filter and out to the top outlet of the cleaner. During that process debris and dust that are on the pool surfaces, being vacuumed into the filter section, and particles that are large enough stay inside the robots filter unit until cycle is done and disposal is being removed. The drive motor is made to give the pool robot a directional movement but it does not determine the route. The drive motor is driving the drive belts and the drive belts are driving the wheels or wheel tubes depending on the model. The processor is made to determine the cycle time of the motors to a specific direction. The more advanced models have more advanced processors which remember the pool's size and shape and determines the most efficient route to clean the entire pool.

Why Robot ?
Keeping your pool clean, clear and healthy is key for enjoying it.
However, it requires a continuous and ongoing maintenance.

Different cleaning methods have different efficiency coefficients as well as costs.
Amongst the 5 most common methods – the Dolphin Nautilus Pool Cleaning Robot has proved and demonstrated to provide the highest cost effective value.

The main advantages (Pros) and drawbacks(Cons) for each cleaning method are as follows:
Manual Vacuum 
Low capital investment
Increased pool filter life
Intense labor
Normally doesn't scrub
If done too quickly, raises the dirt into the pool water (will sink back later)

Suction Cleaner
Low capital investment
No routine maintenance
Needs pool installation preparation
Loads pool main filter (expensive to maintain)
Random scanning
Poor pool coverage – requires manual cleaning
Vacuums floor only – doesn't brush & scrub

Pressure Cleaner 
Self contained filter – savings on pool filter
Needs pool installation preparation (+ pump)
Random scanning
Requires filter bag cleaning
Fair pool coverage
Vacuums floor only – doesn't brush & scrub

In-Floor System 
No cables in pool
Expected cleaning coverage
No routine maintenance
Loads pool filter
High capital investment
Installation during new pool construction
Moves dirt on floor only – doesn't brush & scrub

Dolphin System
Vacuums, scrubs, brushes, sweeps, circulates water and chemicals
Easy installation
Self contained filter for savings on main pool filter
Logic scanning – best pool coverage
Climbs walls and cleans water line
Short cycle time
Medium capital spending
Requires filter bag cleaning

Dolphin Nautilus Pool Cleaning Robot Specs
Self Diagnostic Cleaning for Residential Pools
*  For pools up to 50 ft. in length
*  Scrubs, sweeps, vacuums and filters the entire pool in 3 hours
*  Self programming (no pre-programming) for optimal pool scanning
*  Climbs walls
*  Air sensor for beach-entry pools
*  Large filter surface
*  Operates Independently of Pool Pump and Filter
*  Vacuums and Micro filters Water - Like Adding a DE Filter to Pool
*  Self-Monitoring Diagnostic Software
*  Saves up to 50% on Electricity and Backwashing Costs
*  Saves up to 30% on Chemical Costs
*  No Installation Required
*  No Drive Belt to Break
*  Cable length 60+ ft
*  Caddy for easy carrying and storage

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