From the 2013 Disney 3D animated film, it is Disney's 90th anniversary commemorative work. The film is adapted from Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "Snow White".
The film tells the story of the small country Arendelle, which is forever covered by ice and snow due to a spell. In order to find summer, Princess Anna teamed up with mountain man Christoph and his reindeer partner on an adventure to save the kingdom.
Amazing Ice Pirate Ship Adventuresome Magic Kingdom Amusement Pendulum Ride
|Rated Voltage:||AC380V 50HZ three phase five wire|
|Occupied Space:||5.8 x 3.4m (include the steeps)|
|Passenger:||12 persons (450kg)|
|Ground Bearing Capacity:||≥300kgf/㎡|
What are pendulum amusement rides? In essence, they are rides that swing back and forth like a pendulum on a clock. Although the details can vary, most of these rides have a set of legs that are firmly attached to the ground.
Pendulum rides are rides that have a fixed center on one end and a gondola or cart on the other end. As the ride takes off, the gondola swing back and forth, and sometimes all the way around in a circle. During a pendulum ride, the body is exposed to a certain amount of force due to the acceleration. Though the body can handle small amounts and durations of this force, it could pose threats to those who are suffering from medical conditions or even minor stress on the body.
If you are suffering from a concussion, medical condition, or one of the conditions listed above, be careful going on thrill rides like a pendulum ride. Be cautious about children riding on these rides because they are more vulnerable to the effects of force from acceleration. If your child is scared or anxious about going on one of these rides, reassure them that they do not need to go on if they do not feel comfortable. Feeling anxious about riding can increase the chance of falls and other accidents.