Unlike other pool cleaners on the market, Natiddy is made of ASA material, which can work immediately even after putting disinfectant chemicals in the pool. It saves your time and starts deep cleaning the pool water without waiting.
What is acrylonitrile styrene acrylate (ASA)?
The original development of ASA was an alternative to acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS). Both materials have similar mechanical properties and structures. Still, the production of ASA occurs by introducing an acrylic ester elastomer powder into acrylonitrile and styrene.
Preparing ABS, on the other hand, requires butadiene rubber. ASA also lacks double bonds, making this material more resistant to weathering, heat, chemicals, and UV radiation.
Why is ASA a better material than ABS in Robotic Pool Cleaners?
Acrylonitrile styrene acrylate is an ideal all-purpose 3D printing thermoplastic. As a result, ASA is suitable for many applications, especially robotic pool cleaners.
ASA has comparable chemical properties to ABS plastic in other pool cleaners. However, Natiddy's ASA material offers three improvements: better mechanical properties, superior aesthetics, and UV resistance.
As a result of having better mechanical properties, your Natiddy robotic pool cleaner will have a longer life in your pool.
The improved ASA UV resistance will help keep your Natiddy pool cleaner looking new.
Can you add pool chemicals while using a Robotic Pool Cleaner?
The short answer is yes.
However, you do not always want to keep the robotic pool cleaner in the pool. Removing the automatic pool cleaner from the pool will decrease wear and tear.
You can swim while your bot cleans the pool, but it is better not to. Swimming churns up the water. If the machine is in the water at the time, the current will buffet it, making it harder to complete its work. It'll have to work harder to cover the same ground.
If you leave the machine in the water when you add chlorine, pH changes can affect the plastic. Repeated exposure could cause the plastic to wear faster than it ordinarily would.
So it would be an excellent thought to remove the robotic pool cleaner. When the pool is clean, remove it from the pool. Do this two or three times a week, and your swimming pool will remain pristine.
Remember, after removing the robotic pool cleaner from the pool, rinse it off with fresh water. The removal of chemicals will help prolong the life of your Natiddy robot pool cleaner.