The WhirlFlex offers a unique archway passage for giggle-infused cooldowns. Six tubular structures of different sizes—each curving inwards and leaning slightly backwards—project multiple fine misting sprays directly onto rambunctious kids passing through. This structure must be cast directly into concrete.
Material OptionsStainless Steel
Dimensions6' 0" x 7' 0" x 3' 8" (1,83 m x 2,13 m x 1,12 m)
Splash Zone14' 0" x 10' 8" (4,27 m x 3,30 m)
Standard Flow Rate30 GPM113.56 LPM
* Aquatix products shown in video are not appropriate for every age group. Product configurations may vary.
Video features the Aquatix WhirlFlex by Landscape Structures.[video: scene fades into a girl as she walks in between three orange curved posts with multiple nozzles spraying water. She turns around and walks back through the water being sprayed from the curved posts of the WhirlFlex. Scene switches to a front view of the WhirlFlex as two girls run through the spraying water. The camera focuses on the top of one of the curved orange posts of the WhirlFlex as one of the nozzles sprays out water in a fan shape. Scene switches to an elevated view of the WhirlFlex as three girls take turns walking and jumping through the spraying water. Camera switches back to a front ground view of the girls as they continue to speed walk through the spraying water of the WhirlFlex. A girl off camera speaks.]
Girl: I like that big thing…[video: the scene switches to a full-frontal view of the WhirlFlex. A girl walks up to the WhirlFlex and before walking through the stream braces herself and flexes her arms and legs like a body builder. She then slowly penguin walks through the spraying water. A girl standing off to the side runs through the gaps between the WhirlFlex posts across to the other side. Camera switches to one of the children holding the camera viewing what they see as they walk through the sprinkling water of the WhirlFlex. Scene switches as the camera focuses on one side of the WhirlFlex. The three pillars in focus spray water from their many nozzles. A girl in the background walks up to the WhirlFlex. Camera switches to an elevated view of the WhirlFlex and a nearby white elephant sculpture in a seated position spraying water from its trunk and mouth. A girl with her hands raised and chin to the sky runs through the water of the WhirlFlex. Two other girls fallow her through the water. The last girl pretends to dive through the air and water of the Whirlflex pretend to swim through. Scene fades to black.]