PCE405121

Hiker

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Hiker

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The Hiker is a phenomenally spacious and truly varied play structure offering physical, social-emotional and cognitive-creative activities for large groups of the younger children. The fun activities attract children back time after time. The bouncy climbing access is a physical and social play opportunity, as are the climbing nets, sturdy panel climbing walls, stairs and rope ladders. The features are a huge factor in training the cross-coordination of toddlers. These are motor skills, fundamental for managing vital proficiencies like space awareness and its importance with road safety. On the elevated level, a vast selection of bridges and exits ensure thrilling play, stimulating social interaction and turn-taking skills. At ground level, many corners for quieter play are added, and a corner for sensory play adds training of agility and thinking skills, for all abilities.
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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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Talk tube

Social-Emotional

encourages communication and social interaction.

Cognitive

evokes curiosity and stimulates an understanding of cause and effect and object permanence: objects and persons exist also when out of sight.

Membrane climber

Physical

cross coordination and muscle strength when climbing up the bouncy, rubbery membrane climber, assisted by climbing cleats or just the hands. Gliding down supports spatial awareness.

Social-Emotional

the two rows of cleats allow for parallel play and cooperation.

Cognitive

the two rows of cleats invite rules play and competition.

Curly climber

Physical

coordination and proprioception are supported when placing arms and legs correctly for going down. Sense of balance when rotating. Arm muscles for holding tight.

Social-Emotional

empathy stimulated by turn-taking.

Cognitive

logical thinking when placing arms and legs right for rotating downwards.

Tunnel

Physical

the children crawl through the tunnel, developing motor skills such as cross-body coordination and proprioception.

Social-Emotional

turn-taking when passing each other.

Double slide

Physical

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

Social-Emotional

invites socializing, supports parent-child, peer-to-peer play and allows for caregiver assistance.

Cognitive

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

Turn table panel

Social-Emotional

spurs cooperation with its two-sidedness.

Cognitive

understanding of object permanence when things are turned to the other side of panel and re-appear.

Flap door

Physical

tactile stimulation from leaning the body through rubber doors.

Cognitive

suggests a theme and supports dramatic play, which stimulates language and communication skills.

Climbing net

Physical

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

Social-Emotional

the big meshes allow for more children being seated together, sharing.

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.

Flower panel

Social-Emotional

invites cooperation due to the two-sidedness and provides for parallel play.

Cognitive

stimulates cause and effect understanding and logical thinking: making sounds when running flower through vertical grooves.

Creative

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

Membrane bridge

Physical

agility, balance and coordination, force of movement and sense of effort. Development of bone density when jumping.

Social-Emotional

turn-taking, problem solving and cooperation when bouncing others. Relaxation when lying or sitting, being bounced by others.

Cognitive

understanding of cause and effect, logical thinking.

Bench

Social-Emotional

gathering, cooperating or taking a break from play - all train social skills.

Desk

Social-Emotional

fine meeting place and a space creator. Sharing and cooperation from both sides create a social scenario that supports communication and cooperation.

2+ Years53 Users
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Length

839 cm

Width

925 cm

Height

452 cm

Specifications

The Hiker is a phenomenally spacious and truly varied play structure offering physical, social-emotional and cognitive-creative activities for large groups of the younger children. The fun activities attract children back time after time. The bouncy climbing access is a physical and social play opportunity, as are the climbing nets, sturdy panel climbing walls, stairs and rope ladders. The features are a huge factor in training the cross-coordination of toddlers. These are motor skills, fundamental for managing vital proficiencies like space awareness and its importance with road safety. On the elevated level, a vast selection of bridges and exits ensure thrilling play, stimulating social interaction and turn-taking skills. At ground level, many corners for quieter play are added, and a corner for sensory play adds training of agility and thinking skills, for all abilities.

This product, Hiker (PCE405121), is provided by KOMPAN International Sales.

Quality that lasts

PCE_Curved Panels

The Curved ELEMENTS panels are moulded of UV stabilised recyclable PE using 33% post-consumer recycled material. With multiple options for in-build play features that also ensures a strong panel solution. Straight panels are made of KOMPAN 19mm HDPE EcoCore™ which is a highly durable, ecofriendly and recyclable material made from +95% PCM.

PCE_Climbing Elements

The climbing elements displayed are moulded from 33% post-consumer recycled materials in one piece, with a minimum 5mm wall thickness. The climbing elements are made of recyclable PE which has a high impact resistance across a wide temperature span which ensures vandal resistance in all locations.

PCE_Roof

The ELEMENTS roofs are made of recyclable PE made from 33% post consumer recycled materials with a minimum wall thickness of 5 mm to ensure high durability in all climates around the world. The steel pipes are hot dip galvanised inside and outside for maximum durability.

Elements Essentials Posts & PP Decks

The main posts are made of high quality pregalvanized steel with powder coated top finish. Post tops are closed with caps of UV stabilized nylon (PA6). The grey colored molded decks are made of 75% post-consumer waste PP material with a non-skid pattern and texture surface. All decks are supported by unique designed low-carbon aluminum profiles with multiple attachment options.

PCE_Membrane

ELEMENTS rubber membranes are conveyer belt made of layers of rubber mixed of natural rubber and SBR rubber, and embedded with layers of armouring made of woven PE and PA. The thickness 8mm ensures high durability in any environment.

PCE_Rope

ELEMENTS ropes has six-stranded steel wires and a steel wire core. Each strand is tightly wrapped with PES yarn, which is made from +95% post consumer materials. The yarn is then melted onto each individual strand making the ropes highly wear- and vandalism-resistant.

CO₂ emission

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

PCE405121-0603

4169.5

Total CO₂ emission (kg CO₂e)

2.83

CO₂e/kg (kg CO₂e/kg)

44.8%

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 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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