Pontoon manufacturer Harris Boats has launched its new pontoon platform technology – RPM Technology – developed to enhance ride, performance and manoeuvrability across its line-up.
The technology has been developed to enable the Harris fleet to achieve faster acceleration, higher top speed, decreased vibration, enhanced handling and control, added strength and stability, and optimised manufacturing efficiency.
“We are always looking for new ways to elevate our customers on-water experience, and after extensive testing, we feel confident the RPM Technology delivers on this goal,” said Brian Athmer, president, Harris Boats. “This project is two years in the making and involved significant collaboration between our naval architects and design engineers, as well as the noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) team.
“Not only will our customers immediately feel the difference, but the improvements streamlined operational efficiency and were coupled with enhanced factory automation.”
Historically, Harris pontoons have been built on multiple different chassis with multiple tube options and configurations.
The launch of the new RPM Technology will also simplify the production process.
Harris’ 2024 model year line-up will come standard with the new RPM Technology.