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Product News: Titan 2.0 Silent

 
THE SILENT HERO ACHIEVES GREATER PERFORMANCE AND EFFICIENCY

A further significant product launch in 2016 is the redesigned Titan Silent, which now uses the same technology as the Titan 2.0.
 
Its benefits include the ability to attain a considerably longer throwing range and an increased flow rate at the same level of energy consumption. The nozzle ring and nucleators have also been adapted to the new generation Titan. The truly innovative development, however, can be found in the new barrel, which has been fitted with an impeller designed by Demaclenko. By applying new aspects of aerodynamics, greater resistance can be achieved during extreme weather conditions, significantly increasing the quantity of snow produced per hour compared with the previous model. Before being fitted with these innovations, the Titan S was known on the market for its extremely low noise emissions, which have been reduced even further in the 2016 model. To achieve these outstandingly low noise levels, the R&D team consulted fields such as aviation technology when designing the new blade shape. Instead of being straight, the ends of the blades are now slightly bent.
 
The application of winglet technology has enabled the product to run even more quietly, which is particularly advantageous when producing snow in residential areas.
 
The Titan 2.0 Silent adapts perfectly to the natural conditions, making it the ideal snow gun for use in the heart of unspoiled nature.
 
Find all the news about the new generation of the Titan Silent, which will be present on this year's "Mountain Planet" fair at Grenoble, on our new company magazine Snow World.
 

 
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Mirjam Cestari
 
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