Water Park Slide

A swimming pool water slide is a recreational feature designed to provide entertainment and excitement for swimmers.
It typically consists of a smooth, inclined surface with water flowing down it, allowing individuals to slide from an elevated starting point into the pool below. Water slides come in various shapes, sizes, and designs to cater to different preferences and pool layouts.

  • Water slides are commonly constructed from durable materials such as fiberglass, plastic, or composite materials designed to withstand exposure to water and outdoor elements.

  • Water slides come in a wide range of designs, including straight slides, curved slides, tube slides, and spiral slides, offering different sliding experiences.

  • Water slides vary in height and length, providing options for different thrill levels and fitting into various pool settings.

  • The slide flume is the smooth, enclosed or partially enclosed chute through which sliders descend. It is designed to ensure a safe and enjoyable ride.

  • A water supply system ensures a continuous flow of water down the slide, reducing friction and providing a smooth sliding experience.

  • A pool at the base of the slide is designed to safely catch sliders and allow them to exit the slide.

  • Water slides may require additional deck space around the pool for installation and user access.

  • Depending on the manufacturer, there may be options for customizing the design, colors, and finishes of the water slide.

  • Proper installation and regular maintenance are crucial to ensure the safety and functionality of the water slide over time.


  • Slide Flume

  • Water Supply System

  • Entry and Exit Pool

  • Deck Space

  • Customization Options

  • Installation and Maintenance