PCM410331

Four Tower with Bridges

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Four Tower with Bridges

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This four tower structure creates a fun environment that inspires play, encourages movement, and sets the challenges that children in this age group love. For school age children, there is nothing like varied, physical and challenging play to make them happy and attracted to this structure. The closed courtyard of play on more levels provides balancing, climbing and sliding activities. A whole world of social interaction goes on by the hammocks, bench and hour glass with timer knobs on ground level. The variation in activities make children play for a long time, again and again. Apart from being great fun for lots of children, this play structure trains the arm, leg and core muscles when they climb and hang from their knees in the net rungs. Gross motor skills are stimulated through climb, balance and slide movements on towers, bridges and nets.
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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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Fireman's pole

Physical

coordination is supported when going down, as well as arm and core muscles. Landing strengthens bone density, which is built for life in early childhood.

Social-Emotional

turn-taking and risk-taking.

Rapella

Physical

supports cross coordination, proprioception and sense of space. Leg and core muscles are used intensely. Upper body muscles are developed when children pull themselves upwards in the rope.

Social-Emotional

turn-taking and self-regulation, both important life skills.

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.

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.

Timer

Social-Emotional

teams can each have a button to measure rounds, wins etc. The buttons support cooperation and teamwork.

Cognitive

counting and registering support thinking skills such as logical thinking and sequencing.

Creative

children can leave their mark, placing the timer in different positions.

Banister bars

Physical

coordination is supported when going down, as well as arm and core muscles. Landing strengthens bone density, which is built for life in childhood.

Social-Emotional

turn-taking and risk-taking.

Plank bridge

Physical

balancing across the plank develops the vestibular system as well as cross coordination.

Social-Emotional

passing other children takes co-operation and teaches children turn-taking skills.

Climbing wall

Physical

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

Social-Emotional

two-sided climb invites cooperation.

4 - 12 Years36 Users
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Length

710 cm

Width

881 cm

Height

382 cm

Specifications

This four tower structure creates a fun environment that inspires play, encourages movement, and sets the challenges that children in this age group love. For school age children, there is nothing like varied, physical and challenging play to make them happy and attracted to this structure. The closed courtyard of play on more levels provides balancing, climbing and sliding activities. A whole world of social interaction goes on by the hammocks, bench and hour glass with timer knobs on ground level. The variation in activities make children play for a long time, again and again. Apart from being great fun for lots of children, this play structure trains the arm, leg and core muscles when they climb and hang from their knees in the net rungs. Gross motor skills are stimulated through climb, balance and slide movements on towers, bridges and nets.

This product, Four Tower with Bridges (PCM410331), 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.

Play System Posts excl 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.

Play system molded decks

All decks are supported by unique designed low-carbon aluminum profiles with multiple attachment options. The grey colored molded decks are made of 75% post-consumer waste PP material with a non-skid pattern and texture surface.

General_Stainless Steel

The stainless-steel activities are made of high-quality stainless steel. The steel is cleaned by a total pickling process after manufacturing to ensure a smooth and clean gliding surfaces.

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.

PCM410331-0951

2355.88

Total CO₂ emission (kg CO₂e)

1.84

CO₂e/kg (kg CO₂e/kg)

68.99%

Recycled materials

CO₂ friendly

PCM410331-0905

2817.23

Total CO₂ emission (kg CO₂e)

2.66

CO₂e/kg (kg CO₂e/kg)

53.92%

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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