ES2650794A1 - Self-cleaning system for the bottom of the pool (Machine-translation by Google Translate, not legally binding) - Google Patents

Self-cleaning system for the bottom of the pool (Machine-translation by Google Translate, not legally binding) Download PDF

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ES2650794A1
ES2650794A1 ES201600596A ES201600596A ES2650794A1 ES 2650794 A1 ES2650794 A1 ES 2650794A1 ES 201600596 A ES201600596 A ES 201600596A ES 201600596 A ES201600596 A ES 201600596A ES 2650794 A1 ES2650794 A1 ES 2650794A1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04HBUILDINGS OR LIKE STRUCTURES FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES; SWIMMING OR SPLASH BATHS OR POOLS; MASTS; FENCING; TENTS OR CANOPIES, IN GENERAL
    • E04H4/00Swimming or splash baths or pools
    • E04H4/14Parts, details or accessories not otherwise provided for
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Abstract

Self-cleaning bottom system for swimming pools. Constituted from a circuit of cleaning impellers, parallel to the main, placed in the bottom of the pool, oriented towards the bottom sump, where when the system has only open the valve keys of the drainage system of the sump of the bottom and the circuit of cleaning impellers, acts as a cleaner when pushing dirt towards the sump. (Machine-translation by Google Translate, not legally binding)

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POOL FUND SELF-CLEANING SYSTEM

OBJECT OF THE INVENTION

The present invention relates to a bottom self-cleaning system for prefabricated and newly constructed swimming pools by means of an additional installation of several impeller points such as surface ones, but in the lower area of the pool.

It comes to solve the problem in terms of time and difficulty that requires the cleaning of the pool bottom, being the most laborious task of all daily maintenance. Manual carts besides being very heavy
It takes them to clean an irregular pool, and most robots only clean it
partially. An additional installation of several lateral impeller points at the bottom of the pool pointing in the direction of the bottom sump while it sucks manages to clean the rectangular pools practically and autonomously and in the case of irregular shapes it is enough to complement with a brush sweep Pool in a few minutes.

The advantages of this invention are the following:

Pool bottom cleaning automatically. Pool bottom cleaning faster and more efficiently than Other current methods. It is applicable to prefabricated traditional skimmer pools and also with overflowing glass systems applying the same system of installation.

The industrial application of this invention is within the sector of cleaning systems for swimming pools and more specifically, self-cleaning systems for pool bottoms.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

Although no invention identical to that described has been found, we present below the documents found that reflect the state of the art related to it.

Thus, document ES2373601A 1 refers to a process of water purification, without the contribution of salts, of those used for the treatment of pool water, which comprises a simultaneous application of the electrolysis technique and the ultraviolet radiation technique on the water to

5 treat, which develops in a single reactor and comprises - a first phase of water entering the reactor, - a second phase of water circulation through the reactor, being exposed during its advance to both techniques, and a third phase of exit of the treated water of the reactor, - where the three phases are continuous during the time that the process lasts once the same one began.

The principle of this invention is based on the treatment of purified water, not on the cleaning of larger solids that precipitate to the bottom as proposed by the main invention.

ES2179722A1 proposes a water chlorinator, comprising a housing that has inlet and outlet openings in line and a lid

15 removable that supports the electrode terminals, the terminals being spaced and having rods extending therefrom through concentric anode and cathode discs, with alternate discs electrically connected to each rod. As in the previous case, it does not deal with the cleaning of solids deposited in the bottom as the proposed invention.

20 Document ES0350332A 1 describes a water purification procedure for swimming pools, which proceeds to circulate the water through a system formed by four casings that, in combination with a motor-pump drive device and pipes and stopcocks, cause the water to flow through a filter scrubber of aggregate layers and perforated nozzles,

25 filtering and cleaning, by diverting part of the flow to a degassing system. The aforementioned invention relates more to a process of water purification and filtration, than to the cleaning of solids that are deposited at the bottom of the pool.

30 Conclusions: As can be seen from the research carried out, none of the documents found solves the problems raised as the proposed invention does.

DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

The bottom self-cleaning system for swimming pools object of the present invention is constituted from a circuit of impellers parallel to the main one placed at the bottom of the pool, oriented towards the bottom sump.

The global circulation system of a swimming pool has three drainage channels: the bottom drain, the socket for the pool cleaner and the one corresponding to the skimmers or overflowing vessels, each with its stopcock towards a single entrance to the pump of the system. After the pump, the system has a selector valve that can choose between passing through the filter, passing to the drain line or returning to the impeller circuit that branches into two with their respective stopcocks, one of the main impeller circuit and another of the cleaning circuit.

When the system only has the valve openings of the bottom sump drain system and the cleaning impeller circuit open, it acts as a cleaner when pushing dirt into the sump.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

For a better understanding of the present description there are attached drawings representing a preferred embodiment of the present invention:

Figure 1: Elevation and plan view of the self-cleaning system of the bottom of skimmer pools where the water path is appreciated in self-cleaning mode.

Figure 2: Elevation and plan view of the self-cleaning system of the pool bottom type overflowing pool where the water path can be seen in self-cleaning mode.

The numerical references that appear in said figures correspond to the following constituent elements of the invention:

one.
Main impulse circuit

2.
Impeller circuit for self-cleaning

3.
Bottom drain

Four.
Socket for pool cleaner

5.
Drainage channel for skimmers or overflowing vessels

6.
Drain valve on the drain socket of the pool cleaner

7.
Sink drain duct stopcock

8.
Stopcock of the drain pipe of skimmers or overflow vessels

9.
System pump

10.
Selector valve

eleven.
Filter

12.
Emptying duct

13.
Impeller Circuit

14.
Main impeller circuit stopcock

fifteen.
Impeller circuit stopcock for self-cleaning

DESCRIPTION OF A PREFERRED EMBODIMENT

A preferred embodiment of the bottom self-cleaning system for swimming pools object of the present invention, with reference to the numerical references, can be based on a circuit of impellers parallel (2) to the main one placed at the bottom of the pool and oriented towards the sump from the bottom (3).

The overall circulation system of a pool has three drainage channels: the bottom drain (3), the pool cleaner socket

(4) and the one corresponding to skimmers or overflowing vessels (5), each with its stopcock (6, 7, 8) towards a single entrance to the system pump (9). After the pump (9) the system has a selector valve (10) that can choose between passing through the filter (11), passing to the drain line (12) or returning to the impeller circuit (13) which branches in two (1, 2) with their

respective stopcocks, one of the main driver circuit (14) and another

of the cleaning circuit (15).

When the s610 system has open the keys of the valves of the drain system of the bottom sump (7) and of the cleaning impeller circuit (15), it acts as a cleaner when pushing dirt into the sump (3).

Claims (2)

1.-Bottom self-cleaning system for swimming pools, consisting of a circuit of impellers parallel (2) to the main one placed at the bottom of the pool and oriented towards the bottom drain (3).
5 2.-Bottom self-cleaning system for swimming pools, according to claim 1, characterized in that the global circulation system has three drainage channels: the bottom drain (3), the pool cleaner socket
(4) and that corresponding to skimmers or overflowing vessels (5), each with its stopcock (6, 7, 8) towards a single entrance to the system pump
10 (9); After the pump (9) the system has a selector valve (10) that can choose between passing through the filter (11), passing to the drain line (12) or returning to the impeller circuit (13) which branches in two (1, 2) with their respective stopcocks, one of the main driver circuit (14) and another
of the cleaning circuit (15).
15 3.-Bottom self-cleaning system for swimming pools, according to previous claims, characterized in that when the system only has open the keys of the valves of the drain system of the bottom sump (7) and of the circuit of cleaning impellers (15) , acts as a cleaner when pushing dirt into the sump (3).
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US3045829A (en) * 1961-03-17 1962-07-24 Frank M Rule Cleaning and aerating circulatory system for swimming pools
US4640784A (en) * 1985-07-29 1987-02-03 Cant Investments Pty. Limited Method and apparatus for cleaning swimming pools
US4828626A (en) * 1986-08-15 1989-05-09 Crystal Pools, Inc. Cleaning system for swimming pools and the like
US6280639B1 (en) * 2000-06-20 2001-08-28 Pedro G. Ortiz Method and apparatus for automatic cleaning of a swimming pool
US20130007954A1 (en) * 2009-01-30 2013-01-10 Aspen Research, Ltd. Method and apparatus for cleaning pools with reduced energy consumption
US20160121345A1 (en) * 2014-10-29 2016-05-05 Elliptic Works LLC Flow control devices and related systems

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US3045829A (en) * 1961-03-17 1962-07-24 Frank M Rule Cleaning and aerating circulatory system for swimming pools
US4640784A (en) * 1985-07-29 1987-02-03 Cant Investments Pty. Limited Method and apparatus for cleaning swimming pools
US4828626A (en) * 1986-08-15 1989-05-09 Crystal Pools, Inc. Cleaning system for swimming pools and the like
US6280639B1 (en) * 2000-06-20 2001-08-28 Pedro G. Ortiz Method and apparatus for automatic cleaning of a swimming pool
US20130007954A1 (en) * 2009-01-30 2013-01-10 Aspen Research, Ltd. Method and apparatus for cleaning pools with reduced energy consumption
US20160121345A1 (en) * 2014-10-29 2016-05-05 Elliptic Works LLC Flow control devices and related systems

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