KPL3010

Triple Tower

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Triple Tower

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This wonderful combination of fun and challenging play activities creates an irresistible play unit. Children will try it out and come back for more play, again and again. The layers of challenging play add something new to try out in every corner. And the varied play panels on ground level create corners for quieter play breaks also. The tall tower with the dare devil fireman's pole and the vertical climbing wall is great training of muscles and motor skills for the oldest. It can be accessed also from the inclined balancing beam from the lower tower, creating a truly challenging balance act. The senses of balance and space are trained immensely when playing on the balance beam. When climbing the tall net, the proprioception and muscles are used intensely. The proprioception is fundamental in navigating the world securely and for 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 because of this children will want to return to the item over and over again. 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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Climbing pole

Physical

cross coordination and muscle strength are trained.

Social-Emotional

turn-taking and cooperation.

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.

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.

Climbing net

Physical

children develop cross-body coordination and muscle strength when climbing. The big meshes allow for climbing and crawling through, supporting proprioception and spatial awareness.

Social-Emotional

the big meshes allow for more children to sit together and talk.

Ring game

Social-Emotional

cooperating from both sides on running rings up and down trains turn-taking and cooperation skills.

Cognitive

figuring out how to turn the ring to make it fit the holes and move up or down trains logical skills.

Creative

leaving rings in new positions leaves a mark in the playground.

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.

Maze panel

Social-Emotional

communication and cooperation exploring the maze with friends.

Cognitive

stimulates memory when memorizing maze routes.

Pipe ladder

Physical

cross coordination and eye-hand coordination are supported when children climb the ladder. The climbing also supports leg and arm muscles.

Social-Emotional

learning about turn taking and cooperation.

Climbing wall

Physical

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

Social-Emotional

two-sided climb invites cooperation.

4+ Years19 Users
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Length

427 cm

Width

442 cm

Height

376 cm

Specifications

This wonderful combination of fun and challenging play activities creates an irresistible play unit. Children will try it out and come back for more play, again and again. The layers of challenging play add something new to try out in every corner. And the varied play panels on ground level create corners for quieter play breaks also. The tall tower with the dare devil fireman's pole and the vertical climbing wall is great training of muscles and motor skills for the oldest. It can be accessed also from the inclined balancing beam from the lower tower, creating a truly challenging balance act. The senses of balance and space are trained immensely when playing on the balance beam. When climbing the tall net, the proprioception and muscles are used intensely. The proprioception is fundamental in navigating the world securely and for judging distances, for instance in traffic.

This product, Triple Tower (KPL3010), is provided by KOMPAN Ireland.

Quality that lasts

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.

KPL_Posts

The main tower posts are available in two types of material: European pine wood posts, pressure impregnated Class 3 with Tanalith E3475 according to EN335 (Equivalent to NTR Class AB). Aluminum post t=2mm with anodized surface treatment. Base material EN AW-6060 T66.

KPL_Floors and panels

Floors and panel activities are available in two types of material: Waterproof plywood decks thickness 21.5mm from pine and alder wood with anti-slip film on both sides. High Pressure Laminate HPL thickness 17.8mm with slip resistant surface texture according to EN 438-6.

KPL_Plastic

The large hollow components are made of 100% recyclable PE. The roof displayed is moulded in one piece with minimum 5,5mm wall thickness to ensure high durability in all climates around the world.

KPL_Slides

Slides are available in three different materials: moulded on piece PE slides, Combined EcoCore™ sides and stainless steel slide bed t=2mm. Full stainless steel AISI304 t=2mm.

General PP rope

Climbing nets are made of UV-stabilised PP 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.

CO₂ emission

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

KPL301011-0902

657.3

Total CO₂ emission (kg CO₂e)

1.48

CO₂e/kg (kg CO₂e/kg)

33.7%

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 enable 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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