The right snow gun in the right place
The right snow gun in the right place - this is the only way to guarantee full snow coverage. Naturally, careful planning is required when it comes to installing the right snow guns at the correct distances apart and this helps when it comes to compiling a detailed analysis of the slope conditions.
Solutions need to be matched to the different types of terrain. Fixed lances are ideal for narrow and very steep sections of slope which are sheltered from the wind, for example, as long as they are installed at the right distance apart and operated in the correct direction. The whole expanse of the slope can be covered with fixed lances without the snow falling over the edges. Nor are there any set-up and transportation times like there are with mobile machines, which are often also too big for such slope sections anyway.
Automatic fan guns like the TF10 or the T40, which boast long projection distances, automatic pivot function and high output, are regarded as the ideal solution for large and wide slopes. The angle of rotation can be adjusted quite simply at the press of a button, with wind and slope conditions being calculated automatically and incorporated in the settings. All this has the desired effect - the snow falls where it is needed.
Predictive planning can help to optimize the coverage on every slope, decreasing the amount of relocation and adjustment needed and reducing slope preparation costs.