Model # 4128100
Dimensions 15-5/8" X 12" X 8" w/ 5' Cord
Used by pool professionals to blow out underground plumbing lines! Winterize your pool plumbing like a pro! In addition to blowing out pool lines, it also is used as a powerful vacuum for setting new vinyl liners. Connect to your skimmer line, and blow air - from one location - through all pipes and equipment. While the return lines are bubbling in the pool, simply plug them tight with winter expansion plugs. The swimming pool plumbing line blower can save you the expense of paying for pool winterization. Rest easy this winter, knowing that you have "blown out your lines" like the professionals.
A powerful bypass blower specifically designed for installing vinyl liners and for winterizing pools, the Cyclone offers:
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I have seen videos of people using a cone-shaped adapter on the end of a vacuum hose attached to the cyclone to blow out their lines. Do you have a link to a cone adapter?
Zak, You can try using this cone adapter.
another question i can hook it up to my pool hose? do i need an adaptor?
Hello Keith, 1 1/5" hose is recommended for this Air Supply Cyclone Liner Vac 3 HP 120 Volt. If you have anything else you would have to get adaptors.
what attachment is necessary(hose or what) to blow out the lines of a pool
A 1.5in hose would be recommended for this item. The hose is available in a number of different lengths. Here is a link to the HOSE product page.
Does this vac come with a hose?
The liner vac does not include a hose. According to the manufacturer, a standard 1.5" hose will work. We do carry 1.5" vac hoses.
(5 out of 5 stars) Great for pool water line winterizing.
Reviewed By: Dorothy B. from Massachusetts ()
Pros: Plenty of air flow and static pressurre.
Cons: Expensive, but saved cost of pool closure service.
Our pool has long runs of PVC piping under concrete that must be freed of water to avoid winter freezing. Used as a blower this 3 HP vacuum was easily attached to our pool cleaning hose with a supplied adapter and fed enough air into one pool skimmer to blow water through both skimmer lines and out the second skimmer as a several foot high geyser. Then by switching valves it had enough force to blow air out the 6 to 7 foot deep bottom drains. The return lines were also easily cleared of water.
(5 out of 5 stars) Connect once and blow out all your lines
Reviewed By: x509 from New Jersey ()
Pros: Endless supply of high volume air
Cons: Expensive and quite loud
Great product, plenty of air volume. I connected it to my skimmer port and using the valves at the pool pad was able to blow all the lines out. Even the 3" main drain was cleared. Once the water cleared from the returns, the water spray shoots out 3-4 feet across the pool. Unlike with a pancake compressor, you'll never run out of air. Was worth the money for the peace of mind that the pool was winterized properly.
(5 out of 5 stars) GREAT AIR SUPPLY VAC
Reviewed By: COLONEL from Versailles, KY ()
Pros: DOES WHAT IT WAS MEANT TO DO
Cons: A LITTLE PRICEY FOR ITS SIZE
ORDERED THIS AIR SUPPLY VAC WITH SAVINGS IN MIND TO OPEN AND CLOSE MY INGROUND POOL MYSELF. IT WORKED AS IT WAS SUPPOSED TO. MORE THAN ENOUGH POWER TO BLOW THE LINES FREE OF WATER. SAVED HALF THE PRICE OF THE VAC BY CLOSEING THE POOL MYSELF AND WILL SAVE THE OTHER HALF NEXT YEAR. GREAT MACHINE!
(4 out of 5 stars) wonderful closing blower
Reviewed By: JAYQ from St. John, IN ()
Pros: High efficiency; lightweight; seems durable.
Cons: Got hot during 15 minute continuous run time; whistles
Great, high-volume blower. Only negative is the adhesive used around the inlet nozzle is not uniformly applied or trimmed. It looks like it could be missing some adhesive in some places. Now, none of it seemed to affect the outcome of the pool closing, but the workmanship and "finish work" left something to be desired.