A niche specialist, Amusement Technical has designed and supplied safe ride control systems to the theme park industry for over ten years. We provide control systems to some of the US’s most popular rides for clients, including Hershey Park, Canobie Lake Park, and Kentucky Kingdom.
Mtatsminda Park purchased a ghost house from LunEur Park in Rome. This huge, three-storey construction had been designed and manufactured in the 1980s and was never originally intended to be moved. Amusement Technical was brought it to dismantle, relocate and re-install the ghost house.
Amusement Technical has carried out various projects for Landmark such as theming for the Lost Labyrinth including a Magic Tap and Magic Waterfall and safety and control systems for the water slide and rotating tunnel.
Amusement Technical was brought on board to retrofit the Pirate Ship with a brand new on-demand electrical drive system. Like all other older HUSS Pirate Ships, Palace Playland’s ride used an oil-powered hydraulic drive, which was gradually causing more and more problems. The heated, high-pressure oil ran the risk of spilling and incurring fines from the local environment agency. Meanwhile, the drive placed a greater manual burden on the ride operator than more modern rides.
Amusement Technical began working with Tayto Park soon after it opened, supplying the park with our popular in-house Honeypot Bears version of the classic teacup ride. With a minimum rider height of just 90cm and even babies able to ride the Bears if held by an adult, the ride really is open to everyone.
Amusement Technical provided a total turnkey solution for the refurbishment of the Rampage rollercoaster including track repair and mechanical assembly; car manufacture and new control system. This is the largest and fastest rollercoaster in Devon.
Thinking about commissioning a new theme park ride? Do you wonder about the necessary stages to designing and building the ride? Here Amusement Technical covers off the essential 10 steps to creating a compelling amusement ride...
A new drive system fitted to the Huss Pirate Ship at the State Fair of Texas. The solution incorporates a motor drive unit, control cabinet, operator panel, top encoder and home sensor assembly – all while retaining the ride’s classic looks.