The HP Extreme® is the newest product from the market originator HydroHoist Marine Group.
While docking, the PWC is fully roller-supported, utilizing high performance 5” x 2” rollers and roller width and placement is easily adjustable to accommodate different crafts. The platform is made from expanded polystyrene (EPS) marine foam – for increased strength and leak elimination.
The new port has flat, anti-skid walking surfaces and an exclusive “air-pillow” bow stop.
“We’ve had customers involved in our testing and they say it’s the easiest drive-on port – truly eliminating the initial “bump” that many customers feel when driving onto a PWC port, and the added bow stop makes it easier to stop at the right point,” Webber said.
HydroHoist worked with Persico Group, an Italian company known as a worldwide leader in engineering mold designs. The mold was then shipped to RotoMoldUSA – a division of HydroHoist Marine Group – for final assembly and where production began earlier this month.
“This CNC mold means an exacting standard of form, function and fit – again, a first in our industry and in cooperation with another world-wide leader in their field. We are thrilled to bring this level of engineering to our customers,” Webber said.
In addition to the customer-friendly features, additional product enhancements include stainless steel roller axels for increased strength and compatibility with fresh, brackish, and salt water – allowing for applications in virtually every water condition.
The HP Extreme is one of three new products that HydroHoist Marine Group has brought to market so far in 2016 – the other two are a new two-valve boatlift control unit and a boatlift designed specifically for saltwater applications.
HydroHoist is the oldest and largest hydro-pneumatic boatlift manufacturer in the world. HydroHoist serves a worldwide marketplace in all aspects of pleasure craft, service boats, Personal Water Craft (PWCs) and other floating vessels. HydroHoist owns five patents relating to boat-lift technology and electric power pedestals, and has International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certifications for its manufacturing processes. Learn more at boatlift.com