Coin Operated Pool Table
Pool tables come in many different sizes, colors and even mechanisms. Public areas like bars and game rooms can have tables which need to be accessed by a very large number of people. The service needs to be provided in such a way that each group gets a good game with all the equipment in working condition. Such an objective can be met by the use of coin operated pool tables .
How do these pool tables work?
Coin operated pool tables need to be fed with some coins for it to give players access to the pool balls. Each of these tables comes with a coin mechanism which is connected to a hinge arm. The arm keeps the ball trap closed, and when coins are fed this arm lets go of the pool balls, which roll into the return box which would be at the sides of the pool table. The pool table is now ready to be used!
As players are in the game, each pocketed ball goes to the ball trap and cannot be recovered without feeding in the coins again. To differentiate the cue ball from the rest of the balls in play, it is designed to be either heavier or larger than other balls or magnetic. Sending the cue ball down the pocket will make it roll back into the return box, unlike the other balls in play.
Advantages of coin operated pool tables
The main advantage of coin operated pool tables is that it is able to automatically generate revenue. Each complete game of pool would be charged at a certain rate, giving groups and individuals equal opportunities at trying to play. Some coin operated pool tables also have devices which give a time limit for each game, making it easier for owners to ensure that the service is made available to the maximum number of people.
While purchasing a coin operated pool tables , you need to look for where the money is stored after the coin is accepted by the pool table. Although these tables may be more expensive than traditional players, owners of places like bars need not hire people specifically for functions like keeping track of money and time of usage of the pool table.