Roller coaster enthusiasts know that different roller coaster manufacturers have different product types and styles. Some manufacturers are good at the orderly sense of rolling, some are full of hard core twists and turns, some on the wooden track ups and downs, some with negative angles to stimulate the senses of tourists ... If these different styles of manufacturers Can be combined with electromagnetic catapult technology, a variety of styles become more diversified, is it more worth the wait?
Renowned by roller coaster enthusiasts Maverick
And ejection wide wing roller coaster Thunderbird
Electromagnetism, pneumatic, hydraulics, flywheels, push wheels, heavy objects falling ... Using these ejection techniques to energize roller coasters can be as simple as replacing traditional lifts with ejection sections. Ejection technology allows roller coasters to obtain a large amount of kinetic energy at sub-high altitudes, thus giving the roller coaster tracks more room to play (not to mention blessings of push-backs that give people a significant increase in adrenaline). Another example is the electromagnetic ejection, push wheel ejection, but also in the roller coaster during the second roller coaster acceleration or swing acceleration, in the actual ride experience can be even better.
Using electromagnetic ejection to accelerate the second stage
The perfect theme of roller coaster running cheetah
Ejection technology also gives the roller coaster a huge topical packaging possibility. Flatland high-speed start-up, retrograde, and accelerated second-stage, these features give the theme designer a huge space to play, and at the same time, when needed, the altitude needed for traditional lift-up roller coasters is saved.
The "Mummy Revenge" Roller Coaster at Universal Studios
Electromagnetic Ejection Technology Enables High-Speed Start up in the Room
Reflect the thrill of being killed by the mummy
Under the trend of more and more diversified amusement equipment, the cooperation between amusement manufacturers with different divisions of labor has become increasingly popular. As mentioned earlier, RMC and MVR have been combined in the steel-wood hybrid roller coaster industry. Recently, CAVU and Force Engineering provided roller coaster electromagnetic ejection systems to amusement park and amusement equipment manufacturers. Roller coaster manufacturers that do not have electromagnetic ejection technology on their own can choose to use electromagnetic ejection technology on their own roller coaster products to make their play style more diversified.
Force Engineering once provided an electromagnetic drive system for the Big Thunder Mountain roller coaster at Disneyland in Paris. At the same time, it performed many electromagnetic ejector systems for the Premier Classic Roller Coaster. It is hoped that the cooperation between the open-air play and Force Engineering will give roller coaster enthusiasts more interesting amusement equipment.
In this age of emphasizing tourist experience, it is king to take out good amusement products. Looking forward to the future, there will be more outstanding catapult roller coasters that satisfy roller coaster enthusiasts.