The estimated installation time is dependent on the size and the accessibility of the site, the concrete baseworks and the assembly time. The installation time required does not include groundworks, or making good where necessary.
Lappset playground equipment will be delivered as components and elements with freight list, installation instructions, inspection and service instructions.
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CLOXX MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS
All the materials used in the metal components have excellent wear resistance properties and a finished look.
The pipe sections in the frames are high(-)quality hot-dip galvanised thin-walled tubes. The pipes are hardwearing and dimensioned with high precision.
The metal feet are hot-dip galvanised thin-walled tubes and the floor slabs are hot-dip galvanised steel plates.
The tubular slides are made of brushed high(-)quality stainless steel.
Floors and walls
The material used in the floors and walls is 15-mm-thick dark grey high-pressure laminate. Laminate provides excellent protection against wear and changes in weather. The floors and walls are attached to the frame by means of plastic couplings. The high-pressure laminate has been patterned to provide a non-slip surface.
The plastic balls that connect the various components to each other are made of PA66 (polyamide) and have excellent wear and weather resistance properties.
Plastic couplings are used to fasten floors, walls and rope components. The couplings are made of PA66 (polyamide).
The caps on the plastic balls are bright yellow PEHD. They are extremely hardwearing and resistant to UV irradiation.
The handholds and footholds on the climbing wall are made of hardwearing black Nepol plastic.
The ropes are yellow and made of 16-mm steel-reinforced polyamide with a minimum breaking strength of 2,200 kg. The ropes are extremely hardwearing and resistant to UV irradiation. Rope components are assembled with supremely tough aluminium fastenings and plastic couplings.
Fastenings used in structures above ground are principally made of stainless steel while underground fastenings are hot-dip galvanised.