The HP Extreme® is the newest product from the market originator HydroHoist Marine Group.
“The HP Extreme is the easiest load and launch of any PWC docking platform on the market, with features unmatched by any in the boatlift industry,” said HydroHoist CEO Mick Webber.
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