ProSlide, the creators of the world’s most award-winning, fiberglass water rides for the waterpark, theme park and resort industries, is proud to announce that the HydroMAGNETIC MAMMOTH™ was unveiled at Holiday World’s Splashin’ Safari in Santa Claus, IN, USA earlier this month.
Brad Goodbody, Marketing Manager for ProSlide Technology, says, “This MAMMOTH is the longest, largest, highest capacity and most powerful Water Coaster ever built. We are very fortunate to work with a great organization like Holiday World that allow us to really push the envelope of what is possible in a Water Ride. This ride has truly revolutionized the water ride industry… there is simply nothing else like it.”
At 1, 763 ft (537m) long, this HydroMAGNETIC MAMMOTH™ is officially the longest Water Coaster in the World. With six uphill sections including ‘camel humps’ the revolutionary Water Coaster is made possible by ProSlide’s Patented HydroMAGNETIC™ Technology.
The HydroMAGNETIC MAMMOTH™ uses much less energy than other uphill water propulsion coasters thanks to the split second activation on the motors that produce the most powerful Water Coasters available.
Another first is the patented 6-Man CloverWHEEL™ boat that allows an hourly ride capacity of over one thousand riders per hour, at the same time delivering an exciting spinning, face-to-face experience.
ProSlide are also proud to offer their industry leading customer support service, ProSlide’s Global Real-time Support, that allows ProSlide engineers to access any HydroMAGNETIC™ Coaster anywhere in the world. Without any disruption to operations, performance can be monitored, problems diagnosed and preventative maintenance measures identified. ProSlide considers this level of service to be indicative of the company’s long term commitment to the HydroMAGNETIC™ program, as well as a valuable service for the long term support of customers like Holiday World.
ProSlide has thousands of water attraction installations in over 45 countries worldwide. For more information about ProSlide’s HydroMAGNETIC COASTERS™ see the ProSlide website, www.proslide.com. ProSlide’s new website debuts next month.