How do Water Slides Work?
Water slides are gaining popularity with all age groups because they offer a fun and entertaining way in which to spend time in the sunshine. Unlike their steel counterparts, inflatable water slides are a much safer option, particularly for the younger generation.
Water is pumped to the top of the slide and then runs down the chute when ends in a plunge pool. The water together with some bubble liquid helps to reduce friction, enabling users to slide down the chute quickly and smoothly.
Gladiator Inflatables have water slides for hire and sale. Apart from different slide lengths, you have two options – a water slide that can be erected alongside a swimming pool or, if you do not have a swimming pool, a water slide ending in its own pool. These slides can also be operated wet or dry.
Gladiator pool slides are dry/wet water slides and vary in length from six metres to nine metres. Dry/wet water slides ending in a pond vary in length from nine metres to 14 metres. Water slides vary in size from seven to 10 metres.
For family fun or party hire, there is little to beat an inflatable water slide for guaranteed entertainment. Gladiator Inflatables are also stockists of jumping castles, manufactured with high-quality fabric in the colours of the rainbow.
How much are Inflatable Water Slides?
When it comes to water slides for sale, look no further than Gladiator Inflatables, a manufacturer of all things inflatable with an enviable track record for customer service. Gladiator is also well-known for its wide range of jumping castles for sale not only in the Johannesburg area but also nationwide and Africa.
Inflatable water slides are enjoying unprecedented growth in popularity, providing hours of fun in the sun for the whole family. These can be manufactured in all the colours of the rainbow – red, orange, yellow, green and blue. Gladiator uses only the best quality materials and threads in its manufacturing process and guarantees its workmanship for 12 months.