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The Omega T compact TSD 4/6/8 "Phoenix" (2000/2013)

Hence Poma's idea to go even further in the compatibility between its gondolas and chairlifts, which would now use a maximum of common modular components that can be assembled with each other like a simple construction set, to give as many gondolas as 16 seats and especially TSDs from 4 to 8 seats for the first time!

This would allow the modules to be prefabricated, assembled in record time to be tested and then delivered: Poma was entering the golden age of modular and would never leave it!

The christening name "Phoenix" was itself part of a new communication strategy based on space and galaxies, in this case the "Poma galaxy" rethought and finally decompartmentalized, offering all sorts of new possibilities and services

In concrete terms, the Phoenix TSD took over the "Omega T" clamp, but inaugurated a new station called "Satellit" intended to evolve within this Poma galaxy and for the first time really common to the gondolas due to its hypermodularity itself linked to components designed with this in mind.

This station, also designed around the "Omega T" clamp, takes up the progressive achievements of the previous ones and is, like the "Omega T" station, based on two imposing quadrangular reinforced concrete blocks, offering even more space than the latter:

The walking speed is set at 5 m/s.

In the "Satellit" stations, we find the pulleys in the track, the winch above as well as the integrated hydrostatically operated lorry, and of course the tyre dragging generalized from the beginning of the 1990s and the Phoenix chairlifts take over the "Doudouk" seats implemented on the previous TSDs with "Oméga T" stations.

From the year 2000 we saw the first TSD "Phoenix" with "Omega T" clamps and "Satellite" stations:

  • TSD4 "Col Saurel (Clavière, Italy)

  • TSD6 "Aulian Express (Luz Ardiden)

  • TSD6 "Dent de Burgin (Méribel)

  • TSD6 "de l'Espade (La Mongie)

  • TSD6 "Krummbach X Press (Gerlos, Austria)

  • TSD6 "Liekspressent (Trysil, Norway)

  • TSD6 "les Marmottes (Courchevel)

  • TSD6 "du Solert (Val Cenis)

  • TSD6 "du Tourmalet (Barèges)

  • TSD8 "of Altiport (Méribel), the very first TSD8 ever installed by Poma!

The year 2001 was very rich in "Phoenix/Satellit" TSDs in Europe and even farther:

  • TSD4 "Andes Express (Valle Nevado, Chile) which is none other than the prototype of the "Phoenix Satellit" TSDs!

  • TSD4 "du Plomb du Cantal (Le Lioran)

  • TSD6 "du Lachat (Le Grand-Bornand) remarkable by its roof in tavaillons

  • TSD6 "du Marquis (Saint François Longchamp)

  • TSD6 DLS "des Ménuires (Les Ménuires)

  • TSD6B "Mont de la Chambre" (Les Ménuires) which would push the concept of modularity even further with its modular bubbles

  • TSD6 "Mouscadès (Saint Lary)

  • TSD6 "des Prolays (Avoriaz)

  • TSD6 "de la Rasse (Chaux Ronde, Switzerland)

  • TSD6 "du Signal (Courchevel)

The TSD "Phoenix" was a real best-seller, carried by the "TSD6 revolution" which made this type of aircraft the new French standard in terms of teleported.

The year 2002 saw many more of these Phoenix TSDs being built in Eurasia:

  • TSD4 "A", "B", "D" (Elysian Gangchon, South Korea)

  • TSD6 "C" (Elysian Gangchon, South Korea)

  • TSD6 "Echo (Muju Deogyusan Resort, South Korea)

  • TSD6 "de la Festoure" (Devoluy)

  • TSD6 "Grains d'Or Express (Les Gets)

  • TSD6 "les Nauchets Express (Les Gets)

  • TSD6 "Llosada (El Tarter, Andorra)

  • TSD6 "de la Pousterle (Les Orres)

In 2003 Poma will compose its first hybrid chairlift with cabins named "Telemix", taking full advantage of the exceptional modularity of its Range 21 and the Satellit station in particular, and will build in Eurasia a large number of "Phoenix" TSDs of any capacity but with a large majority of TSD6s, notably in France:

  • TSD4 "Birds" (Oak Valley, South Korea)

  • TSD4 "du Blainon" (Auron)

  • TSD4 "de Zore" (Morzine)

  • TSD6 "Béderet Express" (Luz Ardiden)

  • TSD6 "du Blétonet" (Serre Chevallier)

  • TSD6 "du Bois de l'Ours" (Les Arcs)

  • TSD6 "de la Brive II" (Valloire)

  • TSD6 "de Caoubère" (Barèges)

  • TSD6 "Flowers" (Oak Valley, South Korea)

  • TSD6 "de la Herse" (Chamonix)

  • TSD6 "du Maroly" (Le Grand-Bornand)

  • TSD6 "du Pic de Piau" (Piau Engaly)

  • TSD8 "Mountain" (Oak Valley, South Korea)

  • TSD8 "Techno" (Vivaldi Park, South Korea)

The 2004 vintage of TSD "Phoenix" was once again remarkable with an overwhelming majority of TSD6s, most of them mounted in France:

  • TSD4 "de Monjoie" (Les Contamines Montjoie) which was the result of a transformation of a TSF4 Poma.

  • TSD4 "Sitnyakovo Express" (Borovets, Bulgaria)

  • TSD4 "Yastrebets" (Borovets, Bulgaria)

  • TSD6 "des Airelles" (Font Romeu)

  • TSD6 "du Bijolin" (Montchavin Les Coches)

  • TSD6 "du Chard du Beurre" (Les Saisies)

  • TSD6 "du Christomet" (Megève Jaillet)

  • TSD6 "des Crêtes" (Cauterets)

  • TSD6 "des Eucherts" (La Rosière)

  • TSD6 "du Fornet" (Avoriaz)

  • TSD6 "Gold" (Yong Pyong, South Korea)

  • TSD6 "des Grandes Drozes" (Valmeinier)

  • TSD6 "Megagreen" (Yong Pyong, South Korea)

  • TSD6 "Plaa Segouné" (Gourette)

  • TSD6 "Plan de l'Homme" (Méribel)

  • TSD6 "les Roches Noires" (La Rosière)

  • TSD6 "les Tovets" (Courchevel)

The year 2005 saw the installation of twelve TSD6 "Phoenix" all located in France:

  • TSD6 "Bachat Bouloud" (Chamrousse)

  • TSD6 "des Chapelets" (Courchevel)

  • TSD6 "Clos Gauthier" (Serre Chevallier)

  • TSD6 "du Dôme" (Auron)

  • TSD6 "des Eguilles" (Valberg)

  • TSD6 "d'Engaly" (Piau Engaly)

  • TSD6 "de la Forêt" (Serre Chevallier)

  • TSD6 "du Frêne" (Ash tree)

  • TSD6 "du Grand Serre" (Serre Chevallier)

  • TSD6 "de l'Index" (Chamonix)

  • TSD6 "de Monjoie" (Lac Blanc)

  • TSD6 "des Prés Girardin" (Ceillac)

In 2006 the following TSD6 "Phoenix" were built in Europe:

  • TSD6 "du Belvédère" (Font Romeu)

  • TSD6 "du Châtelet" (Méribel Mottaret)

  • TSD6 "du Cornu" (Chamonix)

  • TSD6 "du Gilly" (Abriès en Queyras)

  • TSD6 "du Grand Canyon" (Villard de Lans)

  • TSD6 "Soldeu" (Soldeu, Andorra)

From this year 2006, the production of TSD "Phoenix" complete ceased, while they were yet in full glory.

The Omega T "Phoenix" clamp TSDs were a success all round and without doubt the most successful TSD product ever designed by Poma as an independent entity however, with two manufacturers in the same grouping, it predictably soon made more economic sense to offer more components in common to further increase competitiveness, which was done by 2005.

From 2007, the "Satellit" stations and Omega T clamps would be offered by Poma only to retrofit with "Doudouk 4" seats of fixed quadcopter Alpha station devices, as was from 2004 the TSD4 of "Monjoie" transformed in the golden age of "Phoenix" TSDs.

  • In 2007, a TSF4 was thus transformed giving the TSD4 "du Cernix" (Cohennoz).

  • In 2008 the TSF4 became the TSD4 "de Piapolay" (Arêches-Beaufort).

  • In 2009 the TSD4 "du Golf" (Méribel) was transformed on the basis of a TSF4 of 1998 with a fixed underground engine and not a tension Alpha engine, this fixed underground engine retained causing a particular "Satellit" station, with moreover a reversed direction of ascent without being exchanged the asymmetrical balances of the line pylons!

Finally, in 2013, we witnessed a more original transformation of a 1991 TSD4 compact TB "Omega" into a TSD4 "Omega T Satellit", the TSD4 "des Deux Lacs" (Val Thorens) giving a rather peculiar chairlift due to the use of LPA-OC 4 seats!

Thus the "Phoenix" TSDs ended, and with them the Omega T grip...


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  • 3D model size: X 9.16 × Y 24.6 × Z 8.41 mm
  • Publication date: 2021/03/28 at 00:12

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