Hayward Pool Cleaner Parts
We offer a line of innovative, fully featured Hayward pool cleaner parts and accessories for sale to enhance the performance of our premium pool cleaners. To begin with, Hayward’s automatic suction pool cleaner, their Navigator Pro series, has unique programming. The cleaner is able to steer silently and its movement is predetermined by a series of turns calculated for a more thorough cleaning of the pool floor, walls and coves. It works alongside the existing filtration system where all debris is captured so pool owners do not have to purchase an expensive energy-consuming booster pump. The Hayward navigator part makes cleaning your pool easier and more effortless than ever.
Another cleaner part that is essential for all pool owners is a vacuum. The vacuum suctions debris and transfers it to the pool’s filtration system. Additional cleaner parts for a Hayward pool vacuum are the vacuum hose, which connects your vacuum head to your pool pump via the skimmer inlet, and the vacuum plate, which connects the hose to the skimmer inlet.
A pool’s diaphragm creates the suction-and-release action in your pool cleaner, building and releasing pressure. Due to its high usage, this is one of the top selling Hayward pool cleaner parts bought online. The diaphragm will inevitably show the aftermath from natural wear and tear and demand repair.
The next cleaning part that is worth mentioning is the pool skirt. The purpose of this part is to keep your cleaner flat against your pool surface so that it can create a good vacuum for your suction cleaner to operate properly. In order to function, the skirt brushes up against your pool surface. Thus, regular wear and tear is normal and a Hayward pool cleaner replacement part is expected.
In large, all things seemingly lead back to the suction pool cleaner. The same is no different with the attachment of deflector wheels. They keep the cleaner from getting stuck in corners. If your deflector wheels are cracking or show visible damage, a wheel kit, ours including six wheels and axles, is necessary. Otherwise, the Hayward pool cleaner hose part can get stuck in ladders and/or the rest of the cleaner can rub up against your pool walls and cause further damage.
Lastly is the shoes for the pods of your automatic pool cleaner. These shoes provide the traction needed by the cleaner to move across the pool surface correctly. The most common cause of damage is wear and tear. A pool owner can identify the deterioration when the texture of your pod shoes is smooth and/or when they are worn down to the indicator line.
A Hayward pool cleaner list of other parts include different gears, screws, turbine, bumpers, upper and middle body parts, skimmer cone, filter cartridges, impellers and more.
All in all, there are signs to look for that signal when replacement parts for your Hayward pool cleaner are in order and caution is to be raised. Whether those red flags are cracking, discolouring, and/or natural wear and tear, the signs may be different, but the concern should be addressed all the same.