Automatic Cleaner Hose Guide Automatic Cleaner Hose Selection and Sizing Guide
Sizing Automatic Cleaner Hose Length/Tips on Vacuum Requirements, To correctly size Hayward automatic cleaners, measure from the skimmer or Vac Lock to the farthest point in the pool.
Sizing Automatic Cleaner Hose Length/Tips on Vacuum Requirements, To correctly size Hayward automatic cleaners, measure from the skimmer or Vac Lock to the farthest point in the pool. Add two hose lengths to provide sufficient mobility for the cleaner., Example: A 16’ x 32’ rectangular pool will normally require 8-10 lengths of hose depending on depth and skimmer placement., After the correct hose length is selected and automatic cleaner installed, use the in-line vacuum gauge to check for proper water flow and adjust to satisfy the formula below., Proper Vacuum = 1” of vacuum x # of hose lengths, Example: A pool using 8 hose lengths requires 8” of vacuum for proper operation., If the vacuum level is too high, adjust the filter system valving accordingly. In the absence of sufficient valving, use the optional in-line regulator valve., Improper vacuum levels can prevent the cleaner from climbing vertical walls in gunite/concrete pools or “sticking” at steps and corners. Maintaining proper vacuum also ensures efficient water flow through the throat for effective cleaning., For complete installation information, refer to your Hayward automatic pool cleaner’s installation manual.
|Master Carton Qty
|Replacement Part Warranty
|5 " x 11.5 " x 40.5 "