Doosan HP1600 Air Compressors Make Snow at Ski Resort for Women's Ski World Cup 2017

📅   Thu November 09, 2017 - National Edition


Opening the slopes as early as October doesn't happen by relying on Mother Nature alone. An around-the-clock snow crew, a nearly unlimited supply of water and an arsenal of air power supplied by Doosan Portable Power HP1600 air compressors, turn snowfall from a weather event into a science experiment.
Opening the slopes as early as October doesn't happen by relying on Mother Nature alone. An around-the-clock snow crew, a nearly unlimited supply of water and an arsenal of air power supplied by Doosan Portable Power HP1600 air compressors, turn snowfall from a weather event into a science experiment.

Killington Ski Resort, located in Vermont's Green Mountains, is known for having the longest snow skiing season in the East.

Opening the slopes as early as October doesn't happen by relying on Mother Nature alone. An around-the-clock snow crew, a nearly unlimited supply of water and an arsenal of air power supplied by Doosan Portable Power HP1600 air compressors, turn snowfall from a weather event into a science experiment.

Killington's snowmaking ability proved even more critical in 2016 when the resort hosted the 2016 Audi FIS Women's Ski World Cup on Thanksgiving weekend. It was the first time in 25 years that an alpine World Cup skiing event had been held in New England.

Killington is set to host the World Cup event again Nov. 24-26, 2017. It's an undertaking that wouldn't be possible without Doosan Portable Power.

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