By Lauren D. WalkerVice News—The water in your pool needs cleaning, right?
You need to get rid of bacteria and remove dead skin cells, but it’s not enough.
Now, you can do it in a vacuum cleaner.
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego and the University at Buffalo have developed a machine that uses a vacuum to clean your pool.
It also uses air pressure to lift up and move the water from the pool.
The device works by using a vacuum in the bottom of the tank, which is designed to suck up the water that sits in the water column, and then the vacuum in each of the chambers.
The water then moves to the other chambers.
After the water is removed from the tank and pushed into the chamber where it is stored, it is then vacuumed out and returned to the water.
The vacuum cleans and removes dead skin and bacteria from the water in a pool.
And it doesn’t use any chemicals.
The University of San Diego’s Jeff Dutton, the lead author on the research, says the technology has a lot of potential to help improve water quality in homes, businesses and recreational areas.
“This is the first, non-invasive, commercial, nonionic, water-purifying device that can clean water,” he said.
“If we can make it as affordable as possible for consumers, and if we can get the water to be clean enough that people can use it for their own swimming and bathing, then we can help our environment.”
The device is a combination of a water purification system and an aeration pump.
The air in the chamber is filtered to remove particles and particulates, which are the particles and dust that are airborne.
The chamber also is designed for a low air pressure, which allows the water’s movement and pressure to change without breaking the seals that keep the water clean.
The pressure can also be controlled via a microprocessor.
The team says the system could be used to clean and disinfect drinking water, for swimming pools and swimming pools-sized lakes, or even for residential areas.