Tornado Alley by ProSlide--Who will bite first?

Saturday, December 22, 2007 6:03 AM
There are two Tornado Alley slides planned for two separate Australian water parks.

The thing about the concept is that the funnels are significantly smaller than the standalone Tornado slide. You're not going to see some monstrously huge slide with the full sized things all along the course.

I can't see why capacity and dispatch times would be calculated any differently to any other tube slide out there.

Saturday, December 22, 2007 11:39 AM

coasterdude318 said:
How would a retaining pool be activated when needed and deactivated during normal activation?

What kind of heavy rubber would effectively stop and hold a heavy tube full of guests and not injure a guest sliding around with no tube?

Seems like far more trouble than it's worth...


I think Raven-phile has the same idea.of the retaining pond. I see this can be done and done well, the only thing is it might take an extra person to monitor this area.

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Saturday, December 22, 2007 12:07 PM
beast7369's avatar Or you might be able to monitor it via video on a CTV monitor. Eliminating the need for an extra person. Or maybe even some kind of sensor too.

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