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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Visit us at Inter Airport Europe

Welcome at our booth: Hal 5 - 1620

From the 10th until the 13th of October 2017, Munich Trade Fair, Germany. Inter Airport Europe is the first choice for airport operators when it comes to sourcing the latest airport equipment, technology and services for ground handling, terminal operations, airport IT and airport design. With its international audience of industry professionals from airports, airlines, […]

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Euro Attractions Show

Welcome at our booth 22-609

From the 26th until the 28th of September, Vulkoprin will be showcasing its range of rollercoaster wheels at Euro Attractions Show – EAS in Berlin. EAS 2017 is an all-encompassing destination for leisure and attractions industry professionals, including operators, suppliers, manufacturers, investors, developers, and anyone who wishes to engage with the global amusement community. More [...]

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Vekoma: customer case

Customised solutions for theme parks

Behind the scenes Vulkoprin has a long-standing relationship with rollercoaster manufacturer Vekoma (Veldrop, the Netherlands). Our business relationship has always been based on supplying the best technical wheel solutions for every situation. There are many different parameters involved, including fluctuating seasonal temperatures, which can potentially affect the overall performance of a [...]

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