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Ka’ana Wave Co. wins Brass Ring Award at first IAAPA Expo

CM7-Series surf technology impresses both attendees and judges.

Ka’ana Wave Co., a provider of innovative surf solutions, is celebrating its successful exhibitor debut at IAAPA Expo 2021, which was held in Orlando, Florida, last month.

 

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Ka’ana Wave Co enters production deal with AdvanTec

This week Ka’ana Wave Co. formally announced an agreement with leading manufacturer AdvanTec Global Innovations Inc. The partnership gives Ka’ana the resources required to rapidly scale up manufacturing to provide global service and support for their CM7-Series installations.

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The Big List: 6 Rapid Wave Pool Technologies and How They Work

What is a standing wave? Also known as a stationary wave or rapid wave, in surfing terms it is a wave with moving, surf-able water that contains the characteristics of a river rapid wave. Standing wave pools are human made stationary waves designed to produce a wide variety of rapid waves.

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New Technology: Where stationary and traveling waves meet

Yes, we certainly live in crazy times. From Kelly’s human-made wave debut at the close of 2015 to a plunger in the Australian scrub kicking out a utopian (or dystopian depending on who you talk to) surf-future, we all share an amazing time where creativity is melding with engineering guts.

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Backstory: The how-and-the-why of the Ka’ana Wave Co

It’s the backstory of bringing new technology to see the light of day that makes the wave pool space so interesting. Throwing rocks in a pond inspired Aaron Trevis to build the giant plunger in Yeppoon while Greg Webber’s fire was lit by watching boat wakes reel down a riverbank.

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What if you created Kelly’s Wave, but standing still?

The most exciting thing about the wave pool space is that it’s constantly evolving. Currently, surf tanks are neatly defined as producing either traveling waves or rapid (stationary) waves.

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