Casters make pool covers much easier to handle and use. In fact, it takes about a minute to remove the cover from the pool with the roller, and even less than to put it back on. Many casters are equipped with four locking wheels that allow you to easily move the roller cover when not in use.
How to choose a role to cover the pool?
There are many automatic pool covers in the market and choosing the right one for your pool will depend on a number of factors.
* If you have a larger pool, say 50 square meters or more, it may be advisable to choose a fully movable roller with 4 locking wheels. This allows you to move the lid easily. In addition, fully articulated rollers are usually further from the bottom to the tube sheet, which allows for a more winding cover on the roller.
* Avoid telescopic tubes whenever possible. One-piece pipes are simpler, there are no screws or plugs in the middle of the pipe that leave small gaps in the pipe to drain chlorine and rusty water, so one-piece pipes are usually fine.
* Think about persistence when choosing. Casters with plastic feet or feet that are constantly exposed to the sun will not last as long as aluminum casters. Casters with plastic feet or legs should be avoided, even if they are less expensive. Currently, there are many powder-coated aluminum rollers that are competitively priced with plastic versions.