Spring mobile for children from 2 to 6 years. The spring mobile is made up of a polyester-coated spring that is mounted onto a galvanized ground fixation. On top, a a tree trunk made of robinia is mounted. The spring is made of 20 mm thick spring steel. All metal parts are treated against rust and all nuts and bolts are completely covered with flower-shaped protection caps. The spring is designed so that you can never get clamped, not even at the heaviest load. The elasticity of the spring is calculated so that the movement comes to its right even for the little ones.
Playground equipment in the shape of a truck for children aged 2 to 8. The truck has several playing possibilities such as a climbing net and a firemans pole). The top construction is made out of larch, the girders out of oak. The steering wheel in the front of the truck and the several climbing grips are in plastic. The truck may be placed on a solid soil without ground fixings. The truck can be expanded with a trailer (T801) by using a connection bridge (T900). This playground equipment is largely preassembled. All metal parts are treated against rust and all nuts and bolts are completely covered with flower-shaped protection caps.
Adventurous playground equipment for children aged 4 to 15. The twist and shout has a twist beam in larch, connected to 2 horizontal larch poles. On top, parallel to the twist beam, is a steel-wire rope which people can hold when standing on the twist beam. The pivot is made out of stainless steel. The vertical poles are fixed into the ground by using metal base supports. All metal parts are treated against rust and all nuts and bolts are completely covered with plastic protection caps.
Playground equipment in robinia for children aged 4 to 12. The turning beam tests the balance of the children. The twist and shout is made up of one horizontal, turning beam in robinia that is mounted onto two vertical beams in robinia. Parallel with the horizontal beam theres a cable attached where the children can hold on to while trying to cross the turning beam.