PCM213031

Two Tower with Bridge

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Wow! The Two Tower with inclined Bridge is a phenomenal accessible structure that children want to come back to again and again. The rich variety of activities encourage children to climb, slide and socialize. The varied climbing accesses train children’s cross-body coordination, which builds fundamental movement control skills that ultimately benefit their mathematical understanding. The Slides are thrilling egresses, that also trains the sense of balance. The Jacob's Ladder offers climbing with a cognitive challenge: children need to figure out how to alternate their steps to reach the top. The Two Tower with Bridge also offers plenty of opportunities for social play on ground level, e.g. the Tic-Tac-Toe panel and the Hammock, which assist children in building important social-emotional skills and friendships for life.
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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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Jacob's ladder

Physical

cross coordination and spatial awareness as well as upper body muscles when hanging with arms. This is especially important due to sedentary lifestyles of today's children.

Social-Emotional

turn-taking and cooperation.

Cognitive

logical thinking when going from 2nd to 3rd step, changing feet.

Curved slide

Physical

sliding develops spatial awareness and a sense of balance. Furthermore, the core muscles are trained when sitting upright going down.

Social-Emotional

empathy stimulated by turn-taking.

Cognitive

young children develop their understanding of space, speed and distances when sliding down quickly.

Tic-tac-toe panel

Social-Emotional

stimulates communication and turn-taking skills.

Cognitive

support rules understanding, strategic thinking.

Creative

leaving marks when tumblers are left in new positions.

Climbing wall

Physical

develops children's cross coordination, eye-hand coordination, and muscle strength when climbing.

Social-Emotional

two-sided climb invites cooperation.

Hammock

Physical

coordination and sense of balance when swaying.

Social-Emotional

meeting, pushing friends gently back and forth, turn-taking.

Cognitive

for toddlers cause and effect understanding.

Accessible stairway

Physical

climbing the accessible stairway is for all and supports cross coordination as well as arm and leg muscles. For young children, walking stairs and alternating feet is developed.

Social-Emotional

room for active breaks and adult helpers. An inclusive space.

Climbing net

Physical

supports physical strength and cross-body coordination, which impacts coordination of the right and left part of brain, fundamental for other skills such as the ability to read.

Bridge

Physical

cross coordination, spatial awareness.

Social-Emotional

transparency invite cooperation with children on the outside.

Slide

Physical

sliding develops spatial awareness and a sense of balance. Furthermore, the core muscles are trained when sitting upright going down.

Social-Emotional

empathy stimulated by turn-taking.

Cognitive

young children develop their understanding of space, speed and distances when sliding down quickly.

2 - 12 Years20 Users
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Length

866 cm

Width

577 cm

Height

412 cm

Specifications

Wow! The Two Tower with inclined Bridge is a phenomenal accessible structure that children want to come back to again and again. The rich variety of activities encourage children to climb, slide and socialize. The varied climbing accesses train children’s cross-body coordination, which builds fundamental movement control skills that ultimately benefit their mathematical understanding. The Slides are thrilling egresses, that also trains the sense of balance. The Jacob's Ladder offers climbing with a cognitive challenge: children need to figure out how to alternate their steps to reach the top. The Two Tower with Bridge also offers plenty of opportunities for social play on ground level, e.g. the Tic-Tac-Toe panel and the Hammock, which assist children in building important social-emotional skills and friendships for life.

This product, Two Tower with Bridge (PCM213031), is provided by KOMPAN Canada.

Key Features

General_EcoCore

Panels of 19mm EcoCore™. EcoCore™ is a highly durable, eco friendly material, which is not only recyclable after use, but also consists of material produced from +95% recycled post consumer material from food packing waste.

General_Decks

All decks are supported by unique designed aluminium profiles with multiple attachment options by usage of pressure moulded aluminium connectors. The HPL decks with a thickness of 17,8 mm with a very high wearing strength and a unique KOMPAN non skid surface texture.

Play system posts incl TexMade

Main posts with hot dip galvanized steel footing are available in different materials: Pressure impregnated pine wood posts. Pre-galvanized inside and outside with powder coated top finish steel posts. Lead free aluminum with color anodized top finish. Greenline TexMade posts of 95% post-consumer recycled PE and textile waste.

General PES rope

Ropes of UV-stabilized PES rope strands with inner steel cable reinforcement. The polyester yarn is made from +95% post-consumer materials and is inductively melted onto each strand.

Moments Slide Colors - Six

The slides can be chosen in six different colors and three materials: Straight or curved one-piece molded PE slides, made from 33% recycled post-consumer materials in different colours. Combined EcoCore™ sides and stainless-steel. Full stainless steel in one piece design for more vandalism proof solutions.

Play system greenline

KOMPAN GreenLine versions are designed with ultimate environmentally friendly materials with lowest possible CO2e emission factor. TexMade post, EcoCoreTM panels of 95% post-consumer recycled waste and molded PP decks.

CO₂ emission

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

PCM213031-0951

1599.9

Total CO₂ emission (kg CO₂e)

1.55

CO₂e/kg (kg CO₂e/kg)

73.1%

Recycled materials

CO₂ friendly

PCM213031-0905

2002.8

Total CO₂ emission (kg CO₂e)

2.31

CO₂e/kg (kg CO₂e/kg)

58.8%

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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