Highland Surf Simulators - Surf Simulator Hire in Scotland
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Our surf simulator base unit weighs 110kgs and measures 770mm wide to allow easy access into many venues through all standard doors and passages.
The base can be fitted with stair climbing wheels for getting into buildings with no lifts.

The simulator has six non-slip stabiliser legs giving the base unit greater stability during use.
The modern pyramid design base unit has no sharp corners or edges, which reduces the possibility of any injury to riders when falling.

Our simulator runs off two 240 volt mains sockets or our diesel generator for outdoor events where power is unavailable.

Our inflatable safety mat measures 4.5 metres in diameter.

Safety Information

We take safety extremely seriously to ensure your event runs without a hitch.  Your customer safety is paramount and we are happy to talk through all aspects of the event with your staff to ensure that it is a fun and safe one.

As part of our ongoing commitment to safety we take all the following actions as standard:

Fully trained surf simulator operators
Venue disclaimers
Venue specific risk assessments
Multi point check before use
Full public liability insurance
A first aid kit

As our inflatable safety mat inflates very closely up to the pyramid design base unit, there is no need for any large or heavy extra padding.

Recommended minimum ceiling height required: 3.00m

Minimum rider height: 1.10m (must be able to climb on unaided)

We can also supply flood lighting, LED mood lighting, or a sound system as a free extra, or why not hire one of our Mobile Discos or a DJ to compère and add that extra atmosphere to complete your rodeo bull event?  We offer discount when booked together, please contact us for more information.


Call our local rate number now to book:

0345 2570 320

or email us at info@highlandsurfsimulators.com


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