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How do you choose a properly sized water park? Selecting the proper size could be a more difficult decision than choosing an inflatable water park supplier. The following considerations offer advice for helping you with the decision-making process.
1.Where will you use the park? If you use the inflatable aqua park in the swimming pool, just choose from our “mini-inflatable water park” list. If you are going to install the water park in the open water, please select from “giant inflatable water park” and ”medium inflatable water park.”
2. What is the size of the water space that you have? Most open water park owners may not need to consider this as they have ample space. However, some customers space limitations and will need to check the required water space carefully.
3. What’s your water depth? The minimum water depth for all our standard inflatable water park combination is 2.5m. If your water depth is less than 2.5m, we can remove some larger elements from the options and choose those items suitable for lower water.
4. What is the capacity that you need? Considering the capacity is an important question. How many people are you expecting to entertain at the same time? Sixty people, one-hundred people, even two hundred-fifty people? If your inflatable aqua fun park is in a tourist area, you can decide the capacity based on tourists’ number. If your location is not a tourist area, you can start at a one-hundred-person capacity park. If you need to enlarge the water park for the next season, we can make the necessary connection system accordingly.
5. What’s your budget? If your budget is limited, tell us your upper limit of your expenses for the water park. Understanding your budget will help us recommend the proper equipment and avoid recommending the park elements that are not within your financial planning.