The product that makes the difference at marginal temperatures
The start of this snow-making season has been characterized particularly by marginal temperatures and temperature reversal, with the result that the air is often warmer high up than it is down in the valleys. At the start of this winter, these phenomena are a real challenge for snow-making and the production of high-quality snow.
Since it was founded, TechnoAlpin has taken care of snow-making in these extreme and particularly difficult conditions.
The latest TechnoAlpin products, namely the TF10 fan gun and the two V3ee and Rubis Evo lances, are the result of research in this field: in fact, the V3ee lance produces very high-quality snow at marginal temperatures. Thanks to the 4 different modes, they can be adapted to specific conditions, meaning excellent results, both from the point of view of quality and quantity, at any temperature.
Furthermore, the Rubis Evo lance also surprises for its high-quality performance. The snow gun, in fact, makes it possible to obtain excellent performance in different weather conditions, including at marginal temperatures.
It is also possible to activate or deactivate the nozzles on the TF10 snow gun depending on the temperature. In this way, the quality of the snow remains constantly high, even at marginal temperatures. Thanks to the valve block, this adjustment can be made easily and continuously. This machine's power in marginal temperature conditions is truly impressive. The feedback from customers has also been extraordinarily positive. The entire snow-making system can be managed by the TechnoAlpin ATASSplus software. Thanks to an overview of the temperature values of the entire ski resort, the snow-making technicians can immediately see the slopes on which snow-making can be started. Even where the temperatures are at the limit, TechnoAlpin snow guns can be operated for snow production.
Winter has been slow to arrive across most of Europe; there has been little snowfall and temperatures have often been above average. Some say it's the warmest December this century.
Despite this, thanks to TechnoAlpin and its team of snow-makers, always on hand to take advantage of every suitable snow-making window, some of the slopes at ski resorts spread across Europe have been able to open their doors and welcome those first winter-sport fanatics. The operation of a snow-making system at marginal temperatures plays a very important, even fundamental, role, especially at temperatures that are not ideal for technical snow-making. All this has meant that many ski resorts have been able to launch their winter season on time, despite the far from optimal temperatures.