CRP812501

Explorer Dome

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Explorer Dome

Color MEDIUM GREEN

It's a jungle of fun! Amazing meandering nets, ropes, and wobbly play items make play unstoppable for older children. The spacious top net is a desired meeting point for groups of children. The ways to climb and reach the multiple play levels are many, via nets, wacky tubes, rope ladders, play shells, or coconut ropes. This rich variety of climbing, crawling, and balancing makes children come back again and again to refine and supersede previous attempts at climbing the nets. The multitude of twisted, bouncing, balancing, and climbing events intensely support the child's motor skills ABC: agility, balance, and coordination. Their spatial awareness is stimulated due to the transparency of the rope structure, also making social interaction easy. Socializing, turn-taking, and empathy are social-emotional skills for life that are used repeatedly when playing on the Explorer Dome.

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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Large climbing net

Physical

the connected nets make climbers feel the movements of the other climbers, adding a dimension of fun and demanding concentration. All muscle groups are trained, as well as cross coordination.

Social-Emotional

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

Ropes with UFOs

Physical

the UFOs allow for both seated and standing swaying, climbing and turning. The sense of balance is developed when swaying. Climbing up strengthens arm and leg muscles.

Rocking tube

Physical

muscle strength, balance and coordination when climbing up and down, rocking and holding tight.

Play shell

Physical

the swaying movement stimulates the sense of balance, necessary to sit still on a chair.

Social-Emotional

meeting, taking a break and turn-taking are supported, skills necessary to learn how to avoid conflicts.

Coconut ropes

Physical

balance and coordination is supported when walking swaying ropes. A good sense of balance transfers to other skills such as sitting still on a chair. Bone density is developed when jumping off.

Social-Emotional

children swaying together on the rope experience their own and others' movements. This spurs cooperation and consideration, e.g. when passing others on the rope.

Rope ladder and rope access

Physical

the varied, bouncy climb via steps and rungs to the top net develops the ABCs – Agility, Balance and Coordination.

Social-Emotional

turn-taking and helping others when climbing up.

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.

Height

Social-Emotional

children develop courage and self-regulation when being up high. This positively impacts self-confidence.

5 - 12 Years52 Users
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Foot Print (image)

Length

22' 11"

Width

24' 10"

Height

13' 7"

Specifications

It's a jungle of fun! Amazing meandering nets, ropes, and wobbly play items make play unstoppable for older children. The spacious top net is a desired meeting point for groups of children. The ways to climb and reach the multiple play levels are many, via nets, wacky tubes, rope ladders, play shells, or coconut ropes. This rich variety of climbing, crawling, and balancing makes children come back again and again to refine and supersede previous attempts at climbing the nets. The multitude of twisted, bouncing, balancing, and climbing events intensely support the child's motor skills ABC: agility, balance, and coordination. Their spatial awareness is stimulated due to the transparency of the rope structure, also making social interaction easy. Socializing, turn-taking, and empathy are social-emotional skills for life that are used repeatedly when playing on the Explorer Dome.

This product, Explorer Dome (CRP812501), is provided by KOMPAN United States.

Key Features

NRO_Coconut rope and chain swivel

The chain/ropes are attached to the Coconut rope by KOMPAN swivel bushings made of stainless steel with bronze bearings. The swivels have an outside cover of black PUR. The usage of side mounted swivels provides frictionless movement, eliminates fingers and feet entrapments and enlarges the standing surface on top of the rope.

Molded PE Components

The large components are made of 100% recyclable PE made from 33% post consumer materials. Molded in one piece with minimum 5mm wall thickness to ensure high durability in all climates around the world.

GXY_ROSTA

The rocking movement over two axis is made by heavy duty scaled ROSTA torsion spring element. The two ROSTA elements works without any noise and are maintenance-free.

Pes Ropes

Ropes of UV-stabilized PES rope strands with inner steel cable reinforcement. The polyester yarn is made of +95% Post-consumer materials and is inductively melted onto each strand to obtain excellent wear and tear resistance.

COR_S-clamps

Corocord 'S' clamps are used as universal connections in Corocord products. 8mm stainless steel rods with rounded edges are pressed around the ropes with a special hydraulic press, making them the ideal connector: safe, durable and vandalism-proof, all while allowing the typical movement of rope play structures.

Corocord CRP Smart Clamps

The Corocord Smart Clamps are carefully designed to ensure superior flexibility in high-quality aluminum material. The smart clamps are attached around the post with four steel bolts. Unused attachment points are closed with PA caps.

CO₂ emission

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

CRP812501-0404

5294.3

Total CO₂ emission (kg CO₂e)

3.65

CO₂e/kg (kg CO₂e/kg)

46.1%

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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