GXY8016

Spica 3

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Color ORANGE

The quirky shapes, toothy top and triangle platform invite curious 5-12 year olds to investigate the Spica. The rotating movement of the Spica is at the center. It takes exploration to reach the point of total mastery of spinning. The curved pole invites holding onto and the child figures out that leaning into the pole means intense spinning speed, leaning out means slowing down speed. This will appeal and make play go on and on, even when children are hanging in their arms. Getting to master the rotation element stimulates the cognitive skills of the child, in particular the logical thinking. The agility, balance and coordination are intensively trained as the Spica invites different body positions when spinning. The triangular shape of the seat allows room for up to three children, stimulating the social skills of cooperation and turn-taking.

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Key Features

The Spica bearings are installed in a one-piece design bearing house with integrated drain holes for water passage. The two large steel bearings are fully closed and lifetime lubricated.

The unique GALAXY super triangle deck plate has an inner core of galvanised steel and soft outer layer of PUR rubber. The rounded edges has a non-skid pattern for safe play.

The colored top is made of injection molded high quality nylon (PA6) which is UV stabilized to ensure long life time. The two component design is assembled with steel pins around the steel pipe.

The steel surfaces are hot-dip galvanized inside and outside with lead-free zinc. The galvanization has excellent corrosion resistance in outside environments and requires minimal maintenance.

5 - 12 Years1 Users

Length

1' 5"

Width

1' 6"

Height

5' 7"

Specifications

The quirky shapes, toothy top and triangle platform invite curious 5-12 year olds to investigate the Spica. The rotating movement of the Spica is at the center. It takes exploration to reach the point of total mastery of spinning. The curved pole invites holding onto and the child figures out that leaning into the pole means intense spinning speed, leaning out means slowing down speed. This will appeal and make play go on and on, even when children are hanging in their arms. Getting to master the rotation element stimulates the cognitive skills of the child, in particular the logical thinking. The agility, balance and coordination are intensively trained as the Spica invites different body positions when spinning. The triangular shape of the seat allows room for up to three children, stimulating the social skills of cooperation and turn-taking.

This product, Spica 3 (GXY8016), is provided by KOMPAN United States.

CO₂ emission

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GXY801621-3717

110.8

Total CO₂ emission (kg CO₂e)

2.89

CO₂e/kg (kg CO₂e/kg)

35.2%

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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