Forrest Ant Hill >>Nature<<
Posts made of stainless steel
+ 1 dome-shaped hexagonal tower with stainless steel hood and 4 peepholes ø 2x50 /1x40/ 1x25cm, with 6 robinia posts, pointing outwards, with 1 central robinia post
++ 1 platform, ø 230cm, PH 100cm, with opening and stainless steel fall protection
++ 1 net tunnel, ø approx. 60cm, made of Hercules rope
++ 1 stainless steel climbing pole
++ 1 climbing net made of hercules rope
++ 1 chime made of 8 different large stainless steel chimes, each with 2 chain
++ 1 sand crane, with stainless steel chain and rubber bucket
++ 1 sand funnel, ø 10cm, length approx. 300cm
++ 2 boarded up walls below the platform
+ 1 balance beam, length approx. 300cm
+ 1 squared framework, 100x100cm, PH 50cm, with posts made of robinia
+ 1 running rope made of polypropylene (PP), length approx. 300cm, with a starting frame with robinia posts
++ 1 climbing ramp, high approx. 50cm, width approx 100cm
Made in Germany!
All posts made of robinia, naturally grown, de-splinted and sanded. Visible ends of the posts are welded conclusively to a stainless steel cap.
All stainless steel surfaces are radiated with glass marbles according to environmental protection rules.
All wooden parts made of Robinia, planed and chamfered. All wooden parts are untreated.
Connection between platform/railing and support posts through stainless steel press-in threaded sleeves.
Platform fixed by use of concentrical incorporated stainless steel brackets.
Connection point net/rope with support posts through specifically formed stainless steel fork and tensible stainless steel chain.
Nets made of Hercules rope. All connecting parts made of stainless steel or galvanized. Use of self-locking nuts only.
Drying cracks are normal in all native hard woods, also after appropriate storage and professional treatment. Therefore drying cracks do not justify a warranty claim. (cf supplementary sheet to the German Institute for Standardization EN 1176, Note on 18.104.22.168)
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