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Have a swingin' time on this narrow-framed swing set that does not compromise durability, yet leaves a slightly smaller footprint. Features 4-1/2" dia galvanized-steel legs with powder-coat finish and rust-proof chains, ensuring longevity, crucial for any school or center.
Children will engage their core and continue to build gross motor muscles as they use their legs to get themselves higher and higher.
Assembly and in ground installation required. Specify color: Blue, Green, or Red. A use zone of 32'L x 24'W is recommended. Truck delivery.
Single-Post Swing with 2 Belts: Ages 4 and up. 12'6"L x 8"W x 8'H; 450 lb
Single-Post Swing with 2 Buckets: Ages 2 to 5. 12'6"L x 8"W x 8'H; 450 lb
Single-Post Swing 2 Belt and 2 Bucket: Ages 2 and up. 12'5"L x 8"W x 8'H; 730 lb
1. Bipod: Traditional-style swing requires less use zone and is a great choice for a younger age group.
2. Tripod: Supports more weight (less flex from side-to-side). It requires a greater use zone because of the third support leg. Great for older age groups.
3. T-Swing: Most compact use zone. Better for younger ages. Divided swing space keeps children separated.
4. Arch Swing: Less flex. Great for all ages.
5. Single-Post: Easiest to add additional bays. Suitable for a younger age group.
8'H Top Beam: Requires a smaller use zone area. Lower swing height is suitable for younger children.
10'H Top Beam: Takes up more space due to the increased use zone required. Older kids perfer the higher top rail because they can swing higher.
What do I need to know to choose the correct installation type?
In Ground Installation
This is the choice for permanence and durability. Posts must be set in the ground with a concrete footing (especially in colder climates where freezing and thawing often cause the ground to shift). Use with any type of safety surfacing.
Surface Mount Installation
This type of installation uses bolts or anchors to attach the system onto a concrete surface.
On Ground Installation
This installation type uses spikes to anchor to the ground. Easy to install and standard with all playgrounds. No digging required.
So, what exactly is a use zone?
It's defined by the CPSC as the surface under and around a piece of equipment in which a child falling or exiting from the equipment would be expected to land. Plan for this much space for your equipment, and cover the ground with appropriate safety surfacing, keeping in mind that the surfacing should always be clear of trikes and other toys that may injure a falling child. For easy planning, Play with a Purpose® lists the use zone dimensions on applicable products.