| Dim: 1694 x 2070 x h 465 cm
| Area: 1850 x 2150 cm
| Hic: 209
Multifunctional big castle composed by six towers, (three hexagonal) connected through: swinging rope bridge, on Tibetian rope bridges, a bridge-tunnel network, a wooden tunnel bridge, and a floating bridge. The system is built on various floor also dedicated to playgrounds positioned at 23, 150 and 200 cm above ground and features: ramp on sockets and wire rope, ladder, climb up the trunk, climbing net, climbing net tubular panel figurative; two swings, two polyethylene slides 300 cm; a long fiberglass slide 400 cm, a multipurpose gym including: climbing net, tilted back, rope climb, rings crossed over rotating and climbing climber, banquets and hide panels. The structure of the playground is made in wood of 90x90 mm thick sections contrasted with galvanized steel bracket to fix the playground to the ground. The color of the playground is specifically designed for a correct insertion into the nature of public parks and schools. Also available with stainless steel slides (art. 015756)
All wooden parts are made of FSC- PEFC certified wood, treated under pressure in according to the EN 351 standards with UV protection. Complies to EN 1176 (European Standar for Playgrounds Equipment and Surfacing.
Respect the guidelines of the European project Play For All. The three main towers of this large plant are also accessible by wheelchair and includes different routes, tactile figurative panels, panels for hide-and-seek and games of skill placed at an accessible height to offer reason for play, challenge and aggregation suitable for all abilities. The upper floor is more difficult to reach in case of limb deficiency, but the barriers provide protection and functionality in the case of mild visual and cognitive impairments. The swings can be equipped with a cage seat designed for users with special needs.
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This item contributes to the reduction of CO2 emissions through the use of "Km. Zero" wood from PEFC certified forests and the use, during the whole production process, of clean energy obtained exclusively from renewable sources.. Read more...