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A New Logic. 

Snow Logic's patented technologies emerged from 35 years of Australian Ski Area Management; home to some of the toughest snow-making conditions world-wide. We know first-hand how snow-making can make or break your bottom line. 

As snow-making conditions become more challenging, you need technology that's built for the future, not the past.
And that's why we've developed a totally new snow-making system that’s ultra-low-energy, modular, and fully customizable to adapt
to future climates
and maximize production in all window's of opportunity. 

Ultra-Low-Energy

Operating on just 5cfm/1kW through all stages means you can run more guns at once, pump more water onto the trail
and open more terrain sooner.

Plus at 59 dBA, Dual Vector Technology is whisper quiet so it’s well suited to high traffic areas.

modular CUSTOMIZATION

Dual Vector Technology offers unmatched flexibility with custom nozzle configurations; make production type snow or top dress trails throughout the season.

The modular platform is easily retrofitted with technology upgrades giving you peace of mind your purchase will remain at the forefront of technology.

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unbeatable versatility

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Nozzle Technology Like No Other

Exclusively, patented Dual Vector® Technology is the only nozzle that produces a spray pattern that diverges on a horizontal and a vertical plane; this doubles the surface area, increases air induction and projects water droplets much further than traditional flat jet water nozzles. The powerful, highly directional plume flows up to 100gpm / 6.35ls with a 150+ft / 45+m throw. 
Our unique nucleation system has a fixed airflow of just 1kW/5cfm in ALL temperatures. 

Patents > US 2014/0166773 A1 | US20140103147A1 | US20140291413AI | USD693902 | US8534577B2 | US9085003B2 | RU2013158836A

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