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Hammer-Head Resort Portable Battery Powered Pool Vacuum
Hammer-Head battery-powered pool cleaning machines are compact, ready to go, and can handle any pool clean-up requirements for any size pool from lap pools to lazy rivers. And because the Hammer-Head sets up faster than conventional vacuum systems and is completely cordless, it saves you a lot of time. The vacuum system is easier to operate than the average lawnmower, to anyone can be trained to use one, making it perfect for seasonal staff use. You'll accomplish more with less effort, and your Hammer-Head will pay for itself in time savings alone. Hammer-Head cleaners can be used safely while swimmers are still in the water.
The popular Resort-30 is the choice of YMCA, hotel, condo, resort, military and water park pool managers nationwide. The Resort-30 can cut your cleaning time by as much as 50% which helps increase overall profitability by shortening your day. Also available is the Resort-21 with a smaller vacuum head for tight spots.
Our Standard Resort units include: Cart, Vacuum head, 60' floating power cord, and two debris bags. Unit does NOT include battery, battery charger, or pole.
What kind of battery and charger will you need?
- Lightweight powder coated aluminum frame
- Cart is balanced and maneuverable and easily stores in a closet
- Non-marking solid airless tires
- Stainless steel axle hardware
- Large marine battery box
- Weatherproof marine switch
- Internally pressurized 30lb thrust motor with three-blade prop
- 60 feet of floating power cord30 inch wide vacuum head (Resort 30) or 21 inch vacuum head (Resort 21)
- Extra fine debris bag included
- Super-fine debris bag included
- Stainless steel pole swivel
- The longest wearing head wheels in the industry
- Safe for vinyl-liners
We suggest the use of a 12 volt deep-cycle marine battery and a 10 amp automatic charger. Marine batteries typically come in series sizes 24, 27, and 30. We suggest a series 27 size battery. The bigger the battery, the longer the run-time. Avoid marine starting batteries. A general purpose trolling motor battery will work fine. Sealed or maintenance-free batteries are a good idea so you don't have to check liquid levels.
Your charger should be able to handle 10 amps or better. Most automatic chargers have different settings for 3 amp, 6 amp or 10-15 amps. For full overnight charging, you should use a 10 amp setting.
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Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty