Asked by: Guanmin Iramendi
asked in category: General Last Updated: 9th March, 2020

Can you use a Polaris 360 with a booster pump?

The flip side is that pressure side cleaners usually require an additional booster pump to build up the proper pressure to make the cleaner go. That's not the case with the Polaris 360. It can operate without a booster pump, using just the water your pool circulation system is already pumping.

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Also, do you need a booster pump for Polaris?

Polaris Pressure-Side Pool Cleaners for Inground Pools. They work in any type of inground pool. They're also powered by your return jets, but some require a booster pump to provide optimum water pressure.

Additionally, how long should you run your Polaris pool cleaner? run the 280 for as long as it keeps the pool clean, this could be 1 hour per day to 6 hours per day depending on the amount of debris is in the pool, but remember the 280 has gears and cogs so the more you run it the quicker it will wear out. On average it should take about 3 hours to clean a standard size pool.

Also Know, how does a Polaris booster pump work?

You may have an automatic pool cleaner that uses a booster pump to power the cleaner, the most common brand is Polaris. The pump draws water from the pool circulation plumbing and pushes it back to the pool via the dedicated cleaner line to which the automatic cleaner is connected.

How does the Polaris 360 work?

The Polaris comes equipped with an automatic pressure relief valve in the quick disconnect. If the Polaris is receiving too much water pressure, it will release water at the quick disconnect. Approximately every 3-1/2 minutes the Polaris 360 will go into back-up mode.

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