Theme parks

The Vulkoprin pick-up & recovering service offers our clients the opportunity to reuse worn wheels.
Our service includes removing the worn material, cleaning and inspecting the hub and applying a new polyurethane tread. Many national and international amusement parks and organisations rely on our support.
Quality assurance is our top priority. Standard incoming and outgoing inspection procedures along with individual wheel marking for traceability, guarantee the safety of Vulkoprin amusement ride wheels.
Are you experiencing issues with theme park wheels? Contact Vulkoprin for specialised technical support and advice. As a manufacturer, we are perfectly placed to assist you.

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Customer case: Vertical glass transport – Glass machine manufacturer

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Customer case: Automated Guided Vehicle – Intralogistics

Autonomous

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