Hill slide (1.40)
Area of Use
children from 3 years,
public playgrounds, etc.,
Minimum Space Length
Minimum Space Width
Minimum Space Height
Heaviest Single Piece
Free Height of Fall
4 pieces - 0.40 x 0.40 x 0.40 m volume: 0.07 m3
1 piece - 0.75 x 0.40 x 0.40 m volume: 0.12 m3
Number of Installers
Assembly time 2 fitters 2 hours each (without foundation creation)
Base area: approx. 0.95 x 3.90 m
Minimum space: approx . 3.95 x 7.40 m
: 0.20 m
Slide installation height: 0.20 m Sitting height: 0.30 m Slide installation height
slide outlet Zero: 1 , 40 m
(for a hill height of 1.20 m) Slide incline:
36 ° Slide width:
Slide plate thickness: 2.5 mm
posts Support posts made of stainless steel tube Ø 120 mm, covered with non-detachable post caps made of stainless steel.
Support posts that are flush with the platform are covered with welded circular blanks made of stainless steel.
floor Platform floor made of boards, 30 mm thick and all-round square timber beams 45 x 100 mm. The dried robinia lumber is planed, chamfered and free from rotten branches. Non-positive floor fastening thanks to special stainless steel brackets with a continuous bolt connection.
Add-on parts – Add-on trough slide, 0.60 m wide, one-piece stainless steel construction, sheet thickness: 2.5 mm, with anti-roll-off fall protection above the seat part
For your planning, please note that stainless steel slides are oriented to the north-east due to the possible heating of the slide surface or are in the partial shade of trees.
Metal components: stainless steel.
The robinia wood is provided with a water-repellent, breathable protective coating. In addition to protecting against moisture, this treatment reduces cracking. The modular add-on parts introduce their forces directly into the support posts via a special adapter attachment. The screw connections are secured against unauthorized loosening with cover caps.
Foundations (on site)
4 pcs. 0.40 x 0.40 x 0.40 m
1 pc. 0.40 x 0.75 x 0.40 m
Amount of concrete: 0.38 m³
Free fall height
platform: 0.20 m
slide: Depending on the course of the terrain, the free fall height and the extent of the impact surface result from the vertical distance between the lower edge of the slide and the upper edge of the terrain.
The impact surface in the slide area must be equipped with a floor material that meets the requirements of Table 4 (see EN 1176-1). If another material is to be used, its shock-absorbing properties must be proven by testing according to EN 1177: 2008. The floor area surrounding the outlet part of the slide must meet the requirements for a critical fall height of at least 1000 mm (see EN 1176-3).