Product Number: 911-110NB

Weight: 505kg
Suits ages: 2 to 12
Width: 2745mm
Depth: 4575mm
Safe area size: 6.4 by 8.2 m
Ground Events: 1
Elevated Events: 2
Notes: Reference product number 911-210N



Manufacturing Value and Variety

SportsPlay Equipment is known for fun equipment of exceptional safety and durability. Since 1996, SportsPlayAustralia has been focused on maintaining the best value on the playground and in the neighborhood. We offer an unparalleled diversity in our product line – ranging from classic and modern play equipment, to a full sports line, and a new offering of thermoplastic site amenities. We're sure to have what you need for your play environment.


Playfall Surfaces for Councils, Child Care Centre, Public Areas, Schools, Gymnasiums, anywhere - soft landings for hard falls..... Our Wet Pour Application gives a seamless effect over the entire area, whatever shape or size the customer requires.

Various thicknesses are available with this application , by using a cushion under-surface of 20mm to 100mm thick, depending on the critical fall height, and an impact top surface of 15mm to 20mm thick which requires minimal maintenance that can be applied to both indoor and outdoor surfaces.

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Modular Play

A term that is commonly used in today's playground market is "Modular" Play System. As the name implies, "Modular"play is a group of modules that fit together to form playgrounds of varies sizes, shapes, challenges, and accessibility.

The Modular Playground System, or playground unit, is generally the centerpiece of the modern play ground environment. Found in parks, schools, day cares, and any location children play, the modern playground is quite different from the equipment manufactured before the early nineties. Older playgrounds were built with little consideration for accessibility, longevity, and in many cases, safety. Even today, one can find the rusted skeletal remains of these playground dinosaurs. The modern play system has evolved into a well presented, thoughtfully configured unit, featuring materials that are built to last while following strict guidelines to ensure safety, and meet the needs of the physically challenged.

When selecting a playground unit, one must consider space, budget, and play components. Space is a very important consideration as this alone can dictate the size of the unit. The Consumer Product Safety Commission Guidelines for Playground Safety have determined that a six-foot fall zone must be established and maintained around the entire playground unit. Once you have established the size available for the unit, you can begin to lay out the structure. 2-D or Birdseye view drawings are very helpful in designing the playground unit. Using a series of geometric shapes, you can begin to see the unit take form. Typically, decks are represented as squares and the various play events are attached to each deck. Together, the deck, post and play event represents a module. You can continue to add modules together in any direction based on the space available at your play site. Once a 2-D drawing is composed, a 3-D rendering of the proposed unit can be generated. Through computer technology, you can see exactly what the playground will look like.