Fountain Control 1

Fountain Control 2

Fountain Control 3

Water Features and Fountain Control Systems

Another creative application for the Global Exhibit Technology control system is in the decorative fountain business. For a successful Canadian fountain company, we have supplied sequencing controller for the synchronous control of water, light and sound.

Petronas Twin Towers Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Kula Lumpur Twin Towers
The Towers are currently the world's tallest buildings, Global Exhibit Technology designed, supplied, installed and programmed the control system for this spectacular fountain. The fountain had a budget in excess of a $1,000,000 and opened in Sept. of 1997.

Bankok National Science Museum Bangkok, Thailand
Global Exhibit Technology designed and installed the control system for the Volcano Fountain situated in front of the Museum in Thailand. This fountain utilizes 10 variable speed pumps and 100 channels of lighting. We also produced a synchronized sound track with a choice of a volcano simulation or three musical tracks. A companion earth quake simulator platform is also in the works. The fountain first opened in Aug of 1997, and was commissioned this year. At its peak, the fountain rises to a height of almost four stories.

Other water features control systems include systems in
Britain, Portugal, UAE, USA and Canada.
Global Exhibit Technology in collaboration with Comtech is also developing a solid state water switch (no moving parts) for use in interactive and musical fountains.

Future Park Bangkok, Thailand
SR Complex Bangkok, Thailand
Daley Plaza Chicago, USA
The Heerin Singapore, Singapore
Columbo Centre Lisbon, Portugal
Al Ain Centre and Zoo Al Ain, United Arab Emirates
Heeli Gardens Al Ain, United Arab Emriates
Cribs Causeway Bristol, UK
Windsor Casino Windsor, Canada

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