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How to choose water park equipment

Present there are basically different scale water park throughout the country, some tourists tend to choose the larger water park for fun, because many types of water play equipment can bring more exciting experience. But be sure to pay attention to protect the safety of the water park equipment, but also pay attention to choose to buy according to actual needs.
When a larger overall area water park, the water park needed more equipment, we should try to large products, with appropriate small equipment to ensure the best entertainment. From an economic point of view into consideration, one-time purchase of more water park equipment, you can obtain the price-volume purchases, saving a fee.
When the whole area of the water park is small, it should be based on a small water park equipment, mainly in the space-saving at the same time to ensure the best entertainment experience.
Water park equipment configuration, in recent years has also been significant changes, less and less physical contact slide, more inclined to form a large sports complex playground. But be sure to pay attention to passenger capacity of the device. China imported from abroad, a water park a giant slide two colorful, one-hour passenger capacity of less than 100 people, then what use is it beautiful?

Water park device configuration to give more consideration to the family consumer groups, multi-configuration of all ages family water rides, avoid stacking device, allow sufficient space for secondary development. We hope to have a new breakthrough, such as the configuration of the water equipment business all year round, with marine organisms or a combination of land equipment equipment.

Safety recommendation of water park equipment
1. Procurement water park equipment should form a detailed equipment procurement plan and post-investigation report.
2. Qualification of equipment manufacturers, size, visibility and management normative.
3. Liquidity of this product equipment manufacturers in domestic (the well-known scenic spot).
4. Three hours of operation, maintenance and repair rate, the accident rate (requires a data reference) of product evaluation verification equipment.
5. Assess the merits of the product analysis equipment and safety and is cost-effective.
6. Equipment installation and acceptance rigorous miss any safety hazards, must develop safe operation cycle time, with operations to assess whether or not qualified.

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