Ariel by Solar Breeze is the latest evolution of pool robots to come from Tempe based Pivot-Solar Breeze, and she is making her debut at CES 2021. Ariel produces clean pools by combining the force of solar-power and intelligent technology as she elegantly travels the pool's surface to collect debris. Pool owners everywhere can pre-order Ariel at www.solar-breeze.com. Retailers can email firstname.lastname@example.org for special pricing.
After placing the Ariel unit in the pool and turning her on, she effortlessly maneuvers to remove up to 95% of dirt, leaves, pollen, dust, hair, oil and more before the debris decays and sinks to the bottom. Ariel owners enjoy a net-free world, less bacteria and algae growth, less filtration and sanitization needs, and less pool pump runtime.
"Automated surface cleaning is becoming recognized throughout the pool industry as a critical part of pool maintenance and greatly contributes to having a clean and healthy swimming pool," said Paul Sim, Vice President of Pivot-Solar Breeze. "Ariel is the culmination of years of engineering and consumer feedback to produce the quintessential, future-focused pool cleaning device that brings a whole new level of intelligence, beauty and performance to the robotic surface cleaning category."
Ariel by Pivot-Solar Breeze offers these features:
-Mesh filter collects and retains particles down to 200 microns in size -Debris collection chamber that holds twice the volume of a normal skimmer basket -Simple removal from pool with no-slip handle -Easy to empty debris and clean the unit -Rechargeable battery that powers the unit after the sun goes down -Solar panels that produce enough power to run the unit and charge the battery during the day -Sensors that detect obstructions and light up at night -No chords or hoses attached -Covers the surface of an average pool every 1.5 hours -Functions in temperatures ranging from 40° to 130°F -Can withstand water salinity of 6,500 ppm
The difference between Ariel and the previous robot, Solar-Breeze NX2, are as follows:
-The front bumper wheels have been eliminated, along with all of the mechanical systems that went with them. -The rear paddle wheel has been split so that there not two independently operating paddle wheels at the rear of the unit, which allows the unit to steer. -There are also now sensors located where the front bumper wheels used to be that will help the unit detect when it is approaching the edge of the pool or any other obstruction!
In addition to the convenience of having a pool that is always swim-ready with almost no effort, customers find that having an Ariel robot in their pool can reduce their pool pump run times by as much as 60%, saving them hundreds of dollars each year in energy costs. Reducing pool pump run time also reduces the environmental impact of having a swimming pool.
For more information about reserving the pool robot, visit www.solar-breeze.com.
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