KPL803

Spire Net

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Spire Net

Colour MEDIUM BLUE

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The Spire Net structure hugely invites climbing. Everyone wants to climb to the top – or at least to the first horizontal net. The colour coding of the net helps set new destinations, attracting children again and again. The inclined climbing in the net trains the children's cross-coordination and muscles as they climb and crawl towards the top. Furthermore, the sense of space is seriously trained when climbing heights. The nice horizontal breaks between the blue, red, and green make fine destinations and points for a break. The horizontal nets furthermore invite socialising, providing a spacious place to meet. The height of the net invites risk-taking in a safe framework. When the children climb, they constantly challenge their sense of space. This is especially important in judging distances, for instance in traffic.
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Play Value

Play value is the value gained from play, the value that makes the child 'want' or developmentally 'need' to undertake the activity and thus gives the play item holding power. Play value can be described very precisely in developmental terms, looking into the human physical, cognitive, social and emotional developmental stages.

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Mast

Physical

the slightly swaying mast stimulates children's muscles and motor skills when they hold tight climbing the net.

Social-Emotional

children develop courage and self-regulation when climbing up high. This positively affects self-confidence.

Highest rungs

Physical

spatial awareness is supported, arm muscles when holding tight.

Social-Emotional

children develop courage, self-confidence, consideration and turn-taking, all important life skills.

Large climbing net

Physical

the connected nets make the climbers feel the movements of the other climbers. All muscle groups are trained, as well as cross coordination.

Social-Emotional

room for breaks for many and support cooperation and turn-taking skills.

Transparency

Social-Emotional

the transparency makes cooperation and communication possible, which are essential life skills for children to learn.

4+ Years34 Users
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Length

620 cm

Width

620 cm

Height

505 cm

Specifications

The Spire Net structure hugely invites climbing. Everyone wants to climb to the top – or at least to the first horizontal net. The colour coding of the net helps set new destinations, attracting children again and again. The inclined climbing in the net trains the children's cross-coordination and muscles as they climb and crawl towards the top. Furthermore, the sense of space is seriously trained when climbing heights. The nice horizontal breaks between the blue, red, and green make fine destinations and points for a break. The horizontal nets furthermore invite socialising, providing a spacious place to meet. The height of the net invites risk-taking in a safe framework. When the children climb, they constantly challenge their sense of space. This is especially important in judging distances, for instance in traffic.

This product, Spire Net (KPL803), is provided by KOMPAN Australia.

Quality that lasts

KPL_Mast

In the centre of the Spire net is the mast which is made of high-quality seamless steel and creates oscillating support which is statically favourable and equalises the oscillations in the Spire Net. The masts are hot-dipped galvanised as standard.

COR_swage

The aluminium swages of the net are double conical with rounded ends and are as small as safety allows. The overall net design aims at keeping metal parts within the net to an absolute minimum, both in size and number, to provide the best possible rope climbing experience.

General_Steel

The steel surfaces are hot-dip galvanised inside and outside with lead-free zinc. The galvanisation has excellent corrosion resistance in outside environments and requires low maintenance.

M_Rope

Climbing nets are made of UV-stabilised PA rope with inner steel cable reinforcement. The rope is induction treated to obtain maximum fixation between steel and rope, which provides excellent wear and tear resistance. All rope connectors are made of 100% recyclable PA material.

Spacenet Turnbuckle Protector

For installations using rubber surfacing the turnbuckle protectors are to be ordered separately.

CO₂ emission

Our product and sustainability data validation help our clients make informed, sustainable buying choices based on methods validated by Bureau Veritas.

KPL803-1101

1190.81

Total CO₂ emission (kg CO₂e)

3.73

CO₂e/kg (kg CO₂e/kg)

41.5%

Recycled materials

The overall framework applied for these factors is the Environmental Product Declaration (EPD), which quantifies "environmental information on the life cycle of a product and enables comparisons between products fulfilling the same function" (ISO, 2006). This follows the structure and applies a Life-Cycle Assessment approach to the entire Product stage, from raw material through manufacturing (A1-A3).

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