Totter Beam

Order number 6.05000

Play value

Children love situations in which they can show their skill. The Totter Beam is an amusing activity that inspires competitiveness. When children move around, their activity sets the beam in motion and the shaking and tottering leads to someone not being to hold on, especially if another participant is determined to help out. It's harmless fun that many can take part in.
  • kindergarten children
  • school children
  • public play areas without supervision, such as playgrounds, parks or similar
  • supervised play areas, such as kindergartens, schools, after-school programmes or similar

Quality characteristics

The quality of our play equipment lies in the detail

  • 1a Bevel cut
  • 2 Perforated
  • 2a Fürstenberg Permadur System
  • 3 Core-free
    3 Core-free
    3 Core-free

    Sawn-timbers core-free, thus decreasing occurrences of cracking and undesired changes in shape

  • 4 Claddings
  • 6 Tongue and groove
  • 7 Laminated wood beams
  • 8 Hardwood rungs
  • 9 Plywood
  • 14 One-piece construction
  • 15 Swing seat
  • 16 Pendulum seat
  • 17 Impact absorbing
  • 19 Richter Hercules type rope
  • 19a Hercules type rope
  • 20 Aluminium rope pressing
  • 21 S-connectors
  • 22 Swing joint
  • 23 Universal joint
  • 24 Rotating rope connection
  • 25 Rope connection fixed
  • 26 Rope connection with joint
  • 27 Ball joint rope connection
  • 28 Double rope connection
  • 29 Profiled washer
  • 30 Adjustable
  • 31 Interlocking
  • 32 End grain connector
  • 33 Sintered bush
  • 34 Steel reinforced rubber belt
  • 37 Tensioning device
  • 38 Cableway carriage
  • 39 Special steel cable
  • 41 Ground anchor
    41 Ground anchor
    41 Ground anchor

    All parts used for anchoring to the ground are made of hot-dip galvanised steel or stainless steel

  • 41a HPL ground anchor
  • 42 Cross beam made of steel
  • 43 Chains
  • 44 Distance fitting
  • 46 Relief cut
  • 47 Roller bearings
  • 48 Fastening of nets
  • 36 Large gated cableway
  • 1 Peeled white

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