Understanding the Steps of Water Pressure Wave Making with Lanchao Water Park’s wave-making equipment

Wave making serves as a popular form of entertainment and leisure, with wave pools becoming a trendy destination that blends affection, romance, and joy. For investors, where there is demand, there is a market, and a construction boom is currently underway across the country. Artificial wave-making consistently stands out as a captivating feature of water amusement parks. Swimming in a wave-making pool, whether experiencing gentle swells or crashing waves, evokes a desire to dive into the ocean’s embrace. Attracting visitors with the sensation of the sea is undoubtedly a brilliant strategy.

Lanchao Water Park Equipment Co., Ltd. guides you through the steps involved in creating water pressure waves using their advanced wave-making equipment:

1. Begin by filling the reservoir to the required water level within the circulatory system;

2. The hydraulic chamber is replenished, and the electronic control system sends a signal to the water gate lifting mechanism, prompting the electric hoist to open the water replenishment gate. The reservoir then starts to fill with hydraulic water. Once the water level reaches the predetermined pressure level, a signal is sent to the water replenishment gate lifting mechanism, and the electric hoist closes the gate;

3. The water is released, and the replenishment gate is closed. Subsequently, the electronic control system signals the hydraulic release gate mechanism, allowing the hydraulic cylinder system to open the release gate. Water, at a height of 6-9M, cascades into the wave pool from the hydraulic chamber, creating a massive wave valley.

4. A few seconds after the gate mechanism opens, the system instructs the gate mechanism to close;

5. Repeat the working conditions (2), (3), and (4) to generate the next wave;

6. Adjust the frequency and water pressure chamber to modify the water level, which in turn alters the size and shape of the waves. While there are various types of waves, practicality, pool size, and wave attenuation should be considered, typically resulting in 2-4 suitable wave types. The vacuum type and hydraulic type wave generators can produce wave heights of up to 2-3 meters. Their advantages include a majestic appearance and low noise (recommended for use alongside pneumatic types), while disadvantages encompass a complex structure, high costs, and increased security measures, with wave frequencies ranging from 2-20 minutes; higher frequencies incur greater costs.

Rules and regulations for the daily inspection and maintenance of water amusement equipment include:

1. Maintenance personnel must work in pairs when inspecting and repairing equipment;

2. Maintenance staff should inform equipment operators in advance before conducting daily inspections, and retain the switch key of the lower console temporarily. This key is returned to the operator for a test run once the inspection is complete. If equipment checks require power or the cooperation of operating personnel, one maintenance staff member should monitor the operating room.

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