Meco has celebrated this weekend the festivities in honor of the Virgen de la Cabeza with a complete program of activities for all audiences. In the same way, Ramón y Cajal square has been renovated, where numerous street shows, workshops for the little ones, street shows, live music, fairground attractions, etc. have been held during the celebrations.
And all this, with a special novelty, the inauguration of the New Constitution Square walkable fountain where its neighbors have been able to enjoy a fantastic show of water, light and sound.
A modern walkable fountain, made by Lumiartecnia Internacional, located in the center of the Constitution Square, enlivened the inaugural evening, dancing in a choreographed way to the rhythm of a selection of very varied music to get along with the taste of the public of all ages, that they enjoyed the show around the dry deck fountain.
LI-F5300 jets are perfectly integrated in floor level pavement. The filter cover, made of stainless steel, blends in with the surroundings as it is painted with the color chosen by the customer.
The fountain is composed of 17 walkable compact jets model LI-F5300, which incorporates a Multicolor LED light that illuminates the water jet in its entirety. This LED light can combine thousands of different colors that are chosen harmoniously, to ‘paint’ light and color throughout the dry deck fountain, by the powerful Controlidor software that handles the entire installation in an interactive and fully automatic way.
The walkable fountain jets are activated from independent pumping groups, governed by an electronic system developed by Lumiartecnia Internacional. These electronic controls allow the regulation of the height of each jet, from a few centimeters to 3 m in height, independently in each of them, thus making the dry deck fountain to evolve dynamically, creating a wide variety of sequences of appearances, displacements and changing water scenes.
The fountain integrates a filtration system that maintains the quality of the water in good condition and an air control system that lowers the height of the jets in case of moderate wind or momentarily disconnects it in case of strong wind. Both systems are also controlled from the Controlidor software itself.
As always, the central axis has been the procession from the Hermitage, which passed through the Way of the Virgin, Santa Maria de la Cabeza, Mayor, Ave Maria and Church of the Assumption of Our Lady streets next to new Constitution Square. At the end of the procession, the Major Mass, and Sunday, later return to the hermitage.
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