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Legnolandia CASTELLO SELVA INOX

Stainless steel and wood Overhead ladder

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Legnolandia

Forni di Sopra, Italy
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CASTELLO SELVA INOX

Type

Stainless steel and wood Overhead ladder

Materials

Pine, Stainless Steel and Wood

Product code
015671

Young is a line with a high modularity to meet the needs of all kinds of playgrounds, from schools to big theme parks. The line uses an Abilam structure: bi-lamellar wood elements of 90x90 mm thickness combined in contrasting sections to ensure exceptional strength and durability.The construction concept of these products is based on a high modularity with the ability to create many compositions for playgrounds of all sizes. All wooden elements are raised above the ground and connected to the ground by steel brackets. The colour of towers and castles has been studied to adapt perfectly in natural areas.

CASTELLO SELVA INOX is a Castle composed by two towers connected by a inclined swinging bridge built with pegs. The towers have spaces didecated to games positioned at 23, 100 and 150 cm from the floor, decorated balustrades, panels and banquets for the role play, pitched roofs with flag. Access is though a tilted ramp built with logs and rope, the slope down is through a stainless steel slide of 300 cm. The structure of the game is made of wood as opposed to sections of 90x90 mm equipped of galvanized steel bracket for fixing to the ground. The color of the game is specifically designed for a correct insertion into the nature of public parks and schools. Also available with safety mat beneath the swinging ladder (Article 015671-P). All wooden parts are realized in Abilam- pine wood that comes from controlled forests, according to the EN 351 standards,"autoclave treated" with water repellent EXTRA-COAT and UV protection. Size: 598 x 378 h398 cm. Recommended area: 875 x 700 cm. Recommended age: 3 - 12 years.


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