When winter comes around it is time to get the pool ready for closing! Especially if you live in an area with freezing winters, the Air Supply Cyclone Blower will help you get the job done.
In freezing temperatures, the most important step in closing your pool for winter is to clear out the plumbing lines. Water expands when it freezes into ice, which can crack your pool’s plumbing. This can obviously make for costly pool repairs when you open your pool next spring. The Air Supply Cyclone Pro Pool Blower and Liner Vac make it easy to clear out your inground pool’s plumbing. It works as a pool line blower by hooking up to the plumbing lines so you can blow all the remaining water back into your pool. It also doubles as a vinyl liner vacuum if you are planning to replace your vinyl liner in the future!
The Cyclone blower allows you to winterize your pool plumbing without the help of a professional pool technician. Accepting the responsibility of doing it yourself is important because if done incorrectly, you risk damaging your pool equipment.
PRO TIP: Remember to remove all drain plugs from your pool equipment during the winterization process. Once your pool lines are free of water, you can add swimming pool antifreeze to your lines for added protection. Then add winter plugs to close up your lines.
The Cyclone doubles as a vinyl liner vacuum for inground and above-ground pools! The vacuum sucks the liner of the pool to the wall and helps smooth out wrinkles and leave an even finished look.
Cyclone Pro Air Blower Features:
- Standard 3-pronged electrical outlet
- 3.0 HP motor
- Blowing and suction functions
- Accommodates a variety of PVC fittings, including a 1.5” threaded hose adapter
- The dual-sized suction inlet can accommodate up to a 4" flex hose or 2" PVC pipe
When you're ready to start closing your swimming pool, taking the time to winterize your plumbing and equipment correctly will save you from a lot of headaches come springtime. With the Air Supply Cyclone Pro 3 HP pool blower, you now have the option of doing it yourself. For a step-by-step guide on pool closing, visit our guides here.