IMAGINATION PLAY OUTDOOR STANDARDS

IP outdoor specifications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMAGINATION PLAY OUTDOOR STANDARDS

AS 4685 2004 Playground Equipment
Part 1 General safety requirements and test methods
Part 2 Particular safety requirements and test methods for swings
Part 3 Particular safety requirements and test methods for slides
Part 4 Particular safety requirements and test methods for runways
Part 5 Particular safety requirements and test methods for carousels
Part 6 Particular safety requirements and test methods for rocking equipment

AS/NZS 4422 1996 Playground Surfacing – Specifications , requirements and test method, including amendment No. 1, 5th May 1999

AS/NZS 4360 2004 Risk Management

AS 2555 1982 Supervised Adventure Playgrounds

AS/NZS 4486 1997 Playgrounds and Playground Equipment
Part 1 Development, installation, inspection, maintenance and operation.

 

 

Our playgrounds are big

“Picture indicating the difference between a 1.0m grid system and a 1.16m grid system.” No, it’s not an optical illusion!

 

The design on the right is 35% larger in area size compared to the design on the left. Almost all commercial play systems are modular. They have a common grid size usually the same as the square platform size. The components used in the design will be a multiple of the systems grid size.
For example; An overhead ring trek will usually be two or three standard grid sizes long by one grid size wide as shown in both of these diagrams above marked with an asterisk. All major suppliers of commercial play systems use a 1.0m standard grid size bar one – Imagination Play.
Imagination Plays standard grid size is 1.16m x 1.16m. The same style ring trek in the above diagram on the right is 2.32m long X 1.16m wide, making our system 35% larger than all of our major competitors. Take the time to compare prices and consider that we are offering you 35% more playground equipment for comparable designs.