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Schoolyard

Playgrounds

100 individual and classic products ⋅ including 50 new products ⋅ flexible design options for climbing cubes ⋅ innovative climbingand

balancing courses ⋅ new gymnastic and sports elements, benches and meeting points ⋅ integrative and expanded products


With this brochure we

present our products

for supporting

movement and

communication when

designing schoolyards.

Originality and quality

are of great importance

in this regard. Make

use of Robinia wood’s

rich diversity of shapes

and our many years of

experience in planning

and constructing

schoolyards. We are

happy to assist you in

finding a distributor

of our products in your

country.


Content

02 SIK-Holz®

04 Material & Quality

06 The Schoolyard

08 General Planning Structure

09 Nature Area

10 Play and Movement Area

Climbing & Exercise Equipment 12

Climbing-Balancing-Structures 16

Multi Units 25

Swings 32

36 Sports Area

Sports Elements 38

Sports Facilities 41

42 Communication Area

Benches & Seating Groups 44

Meeting Points 48

Rotating Elements 51

Single Elements 52

54 Additional Elements

56 Legend, Publications, Contact


02

SIK-Holz® › SIK-HOLZ®

SIK-Holz®

SIK-Holz® is an owner managed, mid-sized company, based in the south of

Berlin, Germany. Founded in 1988, the company’s expertise is certified by the

German chamber of wood sculpting crafts. It specializes in planning, designing

and the sustainable production of individual playground equipment made from

Robinia wood.


SIK-HOLZ® ‹ SIK-Holz®

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Opposite, top: Product designer

working on new playground

structure

Opposite, bottom: Woodcarver using

a chainsaw to form a sculpture

from a log

Left: Sculpture of Einstein at the

entrance of a school

Below: Workshop

The name SIK-Holz® not only stands for individual products

made from Robinia wood, it also stands for more

than 220 people creating these products. They are mainly

joiners, carpenters and wood carvers, but also mechanics,

clerks and engineers. All of them contribute to the success

of the company with their high level of responsibility.

At SIK-Holz®, all departments exist under one umbrella

– from construction design to production of playground

equipment to installation on site. It’s possible to

follow the development of a product from tree trunk to

finished playground equipment through the individual

production areas.

Each of our products is unique. Irregularities in growth,

grain, tree rings, branches and roots give our playground

equipment and sculptures their individual character and

make them special. The natural form and structure of

the wood are maintained and have a crucial influence on

the impression of our products.

By participating in societal networks we assume responsibility,

especially for children and their right to free play.

On the regional level, we actively participate in a company-school-cooperation.

Through this direct exchange, we

are able to better understand school children’s needs and

provide them an insight into the world of work.

After successful completion of a company-wide assessment,

SIK-Holz® has been awarded a federal seal of

approval for environmentally responsible crafts in the

year 2010. This seal specifies a functioning environmental

management system which verifies the environmental

sustainability of all operational processes on a regular

basis. In addition, we use climate friendly power from

the Electric Power Company Schönau, generated from

renewable energy and combined heat and power, with

harmful CO2 emissions being 90% lower than the German

average. This is our contribution to the necessary

transition to clean energy.


Standard colours for large

playground equipments:

Robinia bright

Robinia dark

Opposite, top:

Carpenter building

a play tower

Opposite, centre:

Hanging rope inventory

White

Yellow

Material

Red

Dark red

& Quality

Light green

Dark green

Blue

Grey

Black

Hanging rope and netting colours:

Yellow

Untreated

Red

All SIK-Holz® playground equipment is made from regional Robinia

wood. It is the hardest European lumber and is permitted to be used

with direct exposure to soil without any chemical preservatives, as

Robinia wood belongs to resistance class 1-2 in accordance to DIN EN

350-2 standards. Our Robinia wood is felled during the autumn and

winter months in sustainably managed mixed forests in Brandenburg.

By utilising all wood residues, any waste of material is prevented. The

moisture content of the wood does not exceed 20 percent.

Green

Blue

We are certified in accordance with FSC® and PEFC® guidelines. With

this certification, we are able to account for the complete flow of materials

and to support sustainable forestry. We can provide FSC® or PEFC®

certificates for all products shown here.

Black

Springs colours:

Yellow (default for

large springs)

Natural

Blue (default for

small springs)

We use environmentally benign wood stain for our playground equipment

which is carefully crafted and soundly constructed. All wooden

parts are bevelled, sharp edges and corners are chamfered. Timber joints

(for example braces, extensions and crossings) are force-locked. Nettings

and ropes are made of 4-stranded Hercules (nylon) material with a steel

inlay. All fastening elements such as screws, bolts and brackets are zinc

coated. Protruding metal parts such as bolt heads are made round, nuts

and the like are recessed and secured with plastic caps. Slides are made

of solid stainless steel with a thickness of 2.5 mm. Bars and climbing

poles are made of stainless steel pipes with a diameter of 33.7 mm.

▶ By default our equipment is coated in Robinia light, unless stated otherwise. We are happy to

arrange wood stains and rope colours according to your wishes.


Material & Quality ‹ SIK-Holz®

05

For us, safety of equipment and

quality are inseparably connected.

This is why we follow the requirements

of the up-to-date European

Standards for Playground Equipment

EN 1176 right from the planning

stage. Compliance with safety

standards is verified by our staff on

a regular basis. We fully integrated

an ISO 9001:2008 quality management

system into our organisational

structures and processes. It’s the

foundation for good working conditions

and adherence to our high

quality standards.


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SIK-Holz® › The Schoolyard

The Schoolyard

From barrack square to adventure space

School is an important element of our society. Everyone

has spent a great part of life in school. Alongside with

family, school is where values, skills and mindsets are imparted

for the whole life. Everyone has been influenced

by school and remembers schooldays and the schoolyard

to a greater or lesser extent.

The elder generation might remember it as a place with

trees, shrubs and paths to hidden places, an adjacent

school garden and a sports ground. This might have still

been the case in the 60s. Over time, these schoolyards

have been transformed to barrack squares for the sake

of improved orderliness and tidiness. It became apparent

that such schoolyards are more prone to causing

accidents. To avoid accidents, supervision during breaks

is intensified, which in turn calls for improved visibility

of the area. A vicious circle! What can be done? The

vicious circle, that is the clean, tidy and paved area, must

literally be broken up and designed in a way that is

attractive to both students and teachers. This redesign

requires active involvement from students and teachers,

which is to a greater or lesser extend the case in many

places. There is no norm that specifies how this participation

should be carried out. And that’s how it should

be. Else, the result could be standardised schoolyards

with little individual character. There are, however, some


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Requirements concerning planning

law and funding and a near-term

realization must be ensured before

the start of participation procedures.

The atmosphere, the method and

the material (for example the plan

of design, images) must be selected

and prepared in a way that

is adequate for the age-group.

The wishes of the children must be

taken seriously. The decisions made

and any rejected suggestions must

be binding and comprehensible.

The design must take into consideration

that spaces and areas

are able to evolve and that future

classes have also an opportunity

to shape their school yard.

Not to be forgotten is the greatest

possible involvement of

stakeholders of the redesign of

the schoolyard (teachers, parents,

janitors, neighbours …)

Children need models

rather than critics.

j. joubert

basic principles that should be observed during implementation

of participation procedures.

User participation can take the form of painted pictures,

wish lists, models and can be selective or project-specific

within the scope of the implementation of individual

construction stages or the care for areas that have already

been newly designed, all in accordance with students’

skills.

We are happy to support you in the implementation of

ideas and conceptions that students developed for their

schoolyards, with our experience as well as our design

and technical know-how.


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SIK-Holz® › General Planning Structure

General Planning Structure

The schoolyard begins at the exit door

The division of school yards into functional areas has

proved its worth. These functional areas do not necessarily

need to be distributed equally across the schoolyard.

The size, form and topography as well as the materials

used depend on the way in which the space is used.

Attention should be paid to the gender-specific needs in

some functional areas.

natural

area

creative

area

retreat

area

The entrance area of a school can also be a meeting

point within a neighbourhood. Information about the

school, about public events in the school or in the neighbourhood

should be displayed here in an inviting manner.

This creates a networking function for the school

and improves acceptance within a neighbourhood. The

entrance area is also a waiting place for students and

parents. Covered seating as well as small play and movement

opportunities can make the waiting more pleasant.

Depending on the school size and the number of schoolchildren,

the play and movement area takes up the

largest part of the schoolyard. Natural elements, such as

slopes and valleys, can also play a role in inviting physical

activity. Playground equipment is also important in

this area. Children like both traditional as well as modern

variation of playing and use objects and spaces in very varied

ways. It is crucial to offer a diverse and well-balanced

range of play and movement in this area.

In the nature area children have the opportunity to

experience and understand nature. It is more important

than ever to give the children a chance during their school

day to get to know the interactive dependencies between

plant and animal world and thus to develop a sense of

responsibility for the environment.

Elements for retreat areas should be located in calm

places in the schoolyard. By recessing, raising or planting

around these areas, places of rest are automatically created.

However, they can also deliberately interrupt a larger

area, thus lowering the pace within this area.

The creative area is particularly important at all-day

schools. These include, in particular, areas where one can

play creatively and imaginatively with the elements of

sand and water in the afternoon. Wood and small stones

for building should be available in this area, too. It is also

possible to set up an outdoor workshop, if possible in the

communication

area

scool building

play and movement

area

vicinity of a shed or a storage room for tools and materials.

It can provide opportunities for crafts and arts, either

on a daily or project basis.

Communication areas always form where small or large

groups can sit, stand or lean. Particularly wide stair steps

also facilitate this.

The sports area should not only be used for sports

lessons, but should also be available during breaks and

especially at all-day schools in the afternoon. The classic

sports stadium is not necessary for this. It makes sense

to have several smaller areas (e.g. football, volleyball or

basketball). In these areas, manageable groups with the

same intentions and interests often meet. In addition, the

orientation in a smaller room is easier and the change to a

different game is possible more quickly.

Account when planning DIN EN 1176 »Playground equipments«

and DIN EN 1177 »sPlayground flors«.

entrance

sport

area

gymnasium

bicycles


Nature Area ‹ SIK-Holz®

09

The child's interest

depends on the

possibility of making

his own discoveries.

m. montessori

Natural Area

Experience and understand nature

With relatively small financial means, dreary schoolyards

can be turned into open air laboratories for

a dynamic and enthusiastic learning experience. To

achieve this, every schoolyard needs a sustainable

"green framework" of trees, shrubs, lawns and flower

beds. The more diversity, the better. It is comparatively

easy to bring a beautiful flower field to the schoolyard.

It requires only a pieces of open soil. Already in the

first year many wild herbs will grow.

The interaction of flora and fauna can be increased

within the areas of the schoolyard which are not

frequented very much. By creating heaps of leaves and

stones, and ideally also a small pond, many birds, insects

and small animals will be attracted to the schoolyard.

Nesting boxes and insect hotels can be built to

observe those animals. Each child should also be able

to experience the life of a plant from sowing to harvest

during his school days. No great efforts are necessary

for this. A small bed for each child, about half a

square meter, is sufficient. Raised beds with a height

of 50 cm are especially advantageous. Here, children

who use wheelchairs or carry prostheses can also do

garden work. Another way to create a little garden for

each child is to use mobile vegetable boxes that can be

taken home during the holidays. After the harvest, the

vegetables can be prepared and eaten together. Or it is

processed into jam, dried fruit or tea. All of these are

defining social experiences with very complex learning

contents. In the computer age these things must not

be lost.

Each child should also learn how waste food and plant

matter become valuable compost. Here the importance

of earthworms, snails, beetles and other bugs can be

learned through observation. Simple compost containers

can be constructed by stacking and wedging some

wooden boards. By evenly mixing dry and wet waste,

annoying odors are prevented. But these also belong to

the sensual experience of nature in a schoolyard.

Other sensory experiences in the schoolyard can be

self-built wind chimes that hang in the trees and

appeal to the sense of hearing. Or the familiar touch

path, which, by touching natural elements with feet

or hands, trains the tactile sense and the temperature

sense. The sense of balance is trained by interesting

opportunities for movement. There are many examples

for this on the following pages. Only the entirety of

the senses lets us experience the dimensions of our self.


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SIK-Holz® › Play and Movement Area

Sedentary lifestyles are the biggest problem of our health care

system. Obesity, motor weaknesses and an underdeveloped

sense of balance are the consequence, already in childhood.

A major requirement for the conversion or new design

of school yards must therefore be a high number of opportunities

for playing and movement. A schoolyard which offers

many possibilities for movement can contribute decisively to

the quality of the school. This requires an elaborate area layout,

which allows a large number of interactions. Movement

can be encouraged in a variety of ways. Small landscaping

measures and different types of surfaces can help developing

a range of play forms. But smooth, paved surfaces also have

their charm. They are suitable for ground and ball games

during the breaks as well as for skateboarding and streetball

in the afternoon. Slopes invite running up and down again.

Combining them with bridges, beams or ropes results in a

wide array of play paths. Stairs that lead to a higher or deeper

plateau are also a basic element of encouraging movement in a

schoolyard. For this purpose, the classical stair dimensions can

vary in height and width in order to increase attention.

The arrangement of play equipment must fit the overall

picture of the schoolyard. Interestingly designed climbing

structures, taking into account the age structure, can both

encourage movement as well as invite to relax on high-level

platforms. In any case, the equipment should be designed in a

way that allows access for as many children as possible.

Varying surface coverings make a schoolyard come

alive. The choice of cover must be in accordance with the

function of the surface. Grass, for example, is only suitable

on larger areas. Pavement is appropriate where a high user

frequency exists and gravel or wood chips are suitable as fall

protection material under play structures.


Play and

Movement Area


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SIK-Holz® › Play and Movement Area › Climbing & Exercise Equipment

2.3.1 Horizontal bar single

2.3.2 Horizontal bar double

2.3.3 Horizontal bar triple

3 – 12 years 2 inst. at 2 / 3 / 4 h 1.0 / 1.4 / 1.8 m

~ 0.15 / 0.25 / 0.35 m³ ~ 95 / 145 / 195 kg from 5

kg

Measures:

Length (total): ~ 1.5 / 2.85 / 4.2 m

Length (bar): 1.2 m

Height (bar): 1.0 / 1.4 / 1.8 m

optional: coloured design

2.4 Gymnastic equipment

Measures:

Width (total): ~ 3.3 m

Height (total): 2.0 m

1 bar; l = 1.0 m; h = 1.4 m

1 Climbing net; 0.81 x 1.5 m; MS 27 / 25 cm

1 Ladder; w = 0.9 m

6 - 12 years 2 installers at 4 h 2.0 m

~ 0.35 m3 ~ 230 kg; biggest ~ 120 kg from 5

kg

2.8.1 Climbing combination 8-cornered

Description:

Diameter: ~ 3.0 m; Height: 2.5 m

1 Ladder; w = 0.8 m; 1 Fireman´s pole ; h = 2.35 m

1 Hanging rope ladder; w = 0.4 m; h = 2.35 m;

1 Climbing rope with climbing supports; h = 2.35 m; 4 Bars; l = 0.8 m; h = 1.9 m

1 Horizontal net; Ø ~ 2.5 m; h = 2.3 m; MS ~ 30 / 30 cm

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 10 h 2.5 m

~ 0.9 m³ ~ 550 kg; biggest ~ 120 kg from 5

kg

Note: This pictured product is

without glaze.


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2.8.8 Big climbing combination

Description:

Length: ~ 6.1 m

Width: ~ 4.7 m

Height: 2.5 m

1 Ladder; w = 0.8 m

1 Fireman´s pole ; h = 2.35 m

1 Hanging rope ladder; w = 0.4 m; h = 2.35 m

1 Climbing rope with climbing supports; h = 2.35 m

4 Bars; l = 0.8 m; h = 1.9 m

1 Horizontal net; Ø ~ 2.5 m; h = 2.3 m; MS ~ 30/30 cm

1 Monkey Bars with climbing post; l = 3.0 m; w ~ 0.5 m; h = 2.5 m

1 Waving Ladder; l ~ 3.0 m; w = 0.5 m

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 14 h 2.5 m

~ 1.3 m³ ~ 900 kg; biggest ~ 150 kg from 5

kg

2.5.2.3 Big climbing cave

Measures:

Base (heptagonal): ~ 3.5 x 4.0 m

Height: ~ 2.0 – 2.5 m

2 Climbing nets ~ 0.8/1.7 x 2.0 m; mesh size ~ 30/25 cm

2 Climbing walls ~ 0.8/1.7 x 2.0 m;

of rubber belt with climbing grips

1 Sliding wall ~ 0.8/1.5 x 2.3 m of rubber belt

1 Ramp ~ 0.6/1.2 x 1.5 m; with support rope

1 Side wal ~ 1.2/2.2 x 2.5 m with opening

1 Seating surface heptagonal; ~ 1,2/2,2 x 2,5 m; of rubber belt

optional: coloured design

6 – 12 years assembly by Fa. SIK-Holz ® 2.5 m

~ 0.4 m³ ~ 770 kg from 5

kg

alternative: 2.5.2 Little climbing cave

2.5.7 Climbing cave; 2-parts

2.5.7.1 Climbing cave; 3-parts


14 SIK-Holz® › Play and Movement Area › Climbing & Exercise Equipment

2.55.250 Climbing Cube «Flexi»

Measures:

Length: 2.5 m

Width: 2.5 m

Height: 2.5 m

from 6 years – 2,5 m

– – from 5

kg

Details depend on the equipment elements

Note: The structure is made of oak wood.

The cube is a mathematical body formed by six equal squares. A body that

illustrates mathematics in the shape of a playground structure on the schoolyard.

The individual squares can be fitted with a variety of climbing, balancing,

brachiating and seating elements. Communication, movement, coordination

and strength, the basic elements of a healthy development of students’ bodies

and minds are all stimulated by this. The climbing cubes can be assembled and

upgraded individually. Colour accents can put highlights on the squares, edges

or installed elements, which enhances the definition of space.


Climbing & Exercise Equipment ‹ Play and Movement Area ‹ SIK-Holz®

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2.55.250.1 Monkey ladder (stainless steel) 2.55.250.2 Monkey bars

2.55.250.3 Monkey net 2.55.250.4 Monkey ropes

2.55.250.5 Balancing rope

with vertical ropes

2.55.250.6 Climbing net

2.55.250.7 Fireman´s pole and ladder

2.55.250.8 bar and swing handle

2.55.250.9 Balancing plates units

2.55.250.10 Y-rope traverse 2.55.250.11 Climbing ropes with balls 2.55.250.12 Hanging rope ladder and

vertical climbing rope

2.55.250.13 Climbing wall 2.55.250.14 Ball wall

2.55.250.15 Blackboard

2.55.250.16 Sprawling bench


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SIK-Holz® › Play and Movement Area › Climbing-Balancing-Structures

2.15.184 Balancing Course «Flexi 1»

Description:

1 Attachment-horizontal bar double; l (bar) = 1.2 m; h = 1.0 / 1.4 m

1 Balancing beam, hovering; l = 2.5 m

1 Hanging rope net ascent; l = 3.0 m

1 Balancing rope (thick) with support rope; l = 2.0 m

1 Hovering wood; l = 2.0 m

1 Balancing beam, rotating; l = 2.0 m

3 Bollards; h = 0.5 m / 0.4 m / 0.3 m

3 – 12 years 2 installers at 15 h 1.4 m

~ 2.0 m3 ~ 906 kg; biggest ~ 80 kg from 4

kg

2.15.184.1 Flexi 1 Colours» (posts in warm colours)

2.15.184.2 Flexi 1 «Grassland» (posts as blades of grass)

2.12.118 Climbing Balancing Unit «Flexi 2»

Description:

1 Look out; h = 3.5 m; staggered rungs

platform area Ø ~ 0.75 m; Ph = 1.9 m

1 Hanging rope net ascent; l = 3.0 m

1 Balancing beam with support rope; l = 2.0 m

1 slanted ladder; w ~ 0.5 / 0.9 m; h = 1.2 m

1 Balancing rope with support rope; l = 2.0 m

1 Hovering wood; l = 2.0 m

1 Slanted net ascent with support rope; l = 3.0 m

1 Balancing rope jetty with support rope; l = 2.0 m; w = 0.2 m

1 Balancing rope with support rope; l = 2.0 m

1 Balancing rope with vertical ropes; l = 3.0 m

1 Balancing beam with support rope; l = 3.0 m

2 Attchment-Balancing beam; l = 2.5 m / 2.0 m

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 18 h 1.8 m

~ 2.0 m3 ~ 1147 kg; biggest ~ 200 kg from 5

kg

2.12.118.3 Flexi 2 «Flowers» (3 Posts with flower applications

) 2.12.118.4 Flexi 2 «Südsee» (Look out as palm and skulpture «Parrot»)

2.12.119 Climbing Balancing Unit «Flexi 3»

Description:

1 Look out; h = 3.5 m; staggered rungs

platform area Ø ~ 0.75 m; Ph = 2.0 m

1 Y-rope traverse; l = 3.0 m

1 Balancing rope with vertical ropes; l = 3.0 m

1 Balancing rope jetty with support rope; l = 3.0 m; w = 0.2 m

1 Hanging rope traverse with balls; l = 3.0 m

1 Attachment balancing beam with support rope; l = 3.0 m

1 Slanted ladder; w ~ 0.5 / 0.9 m; h = 1.2 m

1 Monkey rope; l = 3.0 m

1 Wobbly boarded jetty with support rope; l = 3.0 m; w ~ 0.4 m

1 Hanging rope net ascent; l = 2.5 m

1 Tree trunk stairs; h = 1.5 m with rope handrail and posts; h = 1.0 m

1 Horizontal rope ladder; l = 3.0 m; w = 0.45 m

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 18 h 2,0 m

~ 2,6 m3 ~ 1200 kg; biggest ~ 200 kg from 5

kg

2.12.119.5 Flexi 3 «Coloured pencil» (Look out as brush, 3 posts as pencils)

2.12.119.6 Flexi 3 «Nature» (without glaze)


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SIK-Holz® › Play and Movement Area › Climbing-Balancing-Structures

2.12.120 Climbing Balancing Unit «Flexi 4»

Description:

4 Posts; h ~ 2.7 – 3.3 m

2 Posts with step; h ~ 2.7 m / 3.3 m

1 Hanging net; Ø ~ 2.1 m; h ~ 1.2 m

1 Slanted net ascent; 0.7 x 1.6 m; MS 10/10 cm

1 Slanted net ascent; 0.6 x 1.5 m; MS 30/30 cm

1 Wobbly jetty; l ~ 2.65 m; w ~ 0.4 m

1 Hanging rope net ascent; l = 2.5 m; with Triangle net; 1.4/1.2/1.2 m

1 Balancing rope jetty; l = 2.2 m; w = 0.2 m

1 Balancing rope (thick) with support rope; l = 2.0 m

1 Rotating balancing beam; l = 3.5 m

1 Hovering wood; l = 2.9 m

6 - 12 years 2 installers at 14 h 1.3 m

~ 2.0 m3 ~ 1100 kg; biggest ~ 90 kg from 5

kg

2.12.120.7 Flexi 4 «Wheat» (posts as spike wheat, 1 butterfly)


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2.12.28 Climbing Balancing Unit «Raccoon»

Description:

2 Stilts; h = 2.0 m / 2.5 m

4 Posts; h = 1 x 1.0 m / 2 x 1.8 m / 1 x 2.5 m

3 Climbing posts; h = 2.5 m / 2 x 2.0 m

1 Balancing beam; l = 1.5 m; h = 0.4 / 0.5 m

1 vertical triangular net; 1.2 / 1.2 / 1.68 m

2 Triangular nets; 3.0 / 3.0 / 3.0 m; MS 30 / 30 cm

1 support rope; l = 1.35 m

1 Balancing rope; l = 3.0 m

1 Balancing rope (thick); l = 2.0 m; h = 0.7 / 0.9 m

1 Play tower 3-cornered; 1.25 / 1.2 / 1.2 m; Ph = 1.5 m

1 Vertical ladder; w = 1.2 m; h = 1.5 m

1 Slanted net ascent; 0.6 x 2.1 m; MS 30/30 cm

1 Hanging rope traverse; l = 3.0 m

1 Hanging rope net ascent; l = 3.0 m; with Triangle net; 1.4 / 1.2 / 1.2 m

1 Attachment double horizontal bar angled; l (bar) = 1.2 m; h = 1.0 m / 1.5 m

3 - 12 years 2 installers at 20 h 1.8 m

~ 2.0 m3 ~ 1510 kg; biggest ~ 350 kg from 5

kg

Note: This pictured product is without glaze.


20 SIK-Holz® › Play and Movement Area › Climbing-Balancing-Structures

2.12.71.5 Climbing Balancing Unit «Badger»

Description:

6 Climbing posts; h = 2 x 3.0 m / 4 x 2.5 m

4 Posts; h = 2 x 2.0 m / 2 x 2.5 m

2 Posts with step; h = 4.0 m

1 Attachment bar, quadruple

3 Triangular nets; 1.8/1.9/1.9 m; MS 30/30 cm

1 Hanging rope; l = 3.3 m

1 Attachment-Balancing beam with support rope; l = 3.5 m

1 Balancing rope jetty; l = 3.0 m; w = 0.2 m

1 Balancing rope (thick) with support rope; l = 2.0 m

1 Attachment-Balancing beam with support rope; l = 4.25 m

1 Attachment-Balancing beam; l = 3.0 m

1 Wobbly jetty; l = 2.5 m; w ~ 0.4 m

1 Hovering wood; l = 3.0 m

1 Wobbly boarded jetty; l = 2.85 m; w ~ 0.4 m

1 Hanging rope traverse; l = 3.0 m

1 Balancing rope with support rope; l = 2.8 m

1 Slanted net triangular; 2.0/2.0/2.0 m; MS 30/30 cm

3 – 12 years 2 installers at 21 h 1.9 m

~ 3.4 m3 ~ 1935 kg; biggest ~ 130 kg from 5

kg


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2.12.71 Climbing Balancing Unit «Weasel»

Description:

12 Climbing posts; h = 3.0 m

1 Climbing post; h = 5.0 m

2 Posts; h = 4.0 m

1 Attachment bar, quadruple

3 Triangular nets; 1.8/1.9/1.9 m; MS 30/30 cm

1 Monkey rope; l = 3.3 m

2 Balancing beam with support rope; l = 3.5 m / 4.0 m

2 Balancing rope with support rope; l = 2.8 m

1 Climbing labyrinth; 6-pieces

1 Balancing beam rotating; l = 3.0 m

3 Ropes; l = 3.0 m / 3.1 m / 3.25 m

2 Triangular nets; 2.0 / 2.0 / 2.0 m; MS 30/30 cm

2 Support ropes; l = 2.0 m

1 Balancing rope jetty; l = 3.0 m; w ~ 0.2 m

1 Hanging rope traverse; l = 3.0 m

1 Wobbly boarded jetty with support rope; l = 2.85 m; w ~ 0.4 m

1 Hovering wood; l = 3.0 m

1 Wobbly jetty; l = 2.5 m; w ~ 0.4 m

1 Balancing beam hovering with support rope; l = 3.5 m

6 - 12 years 2 installers at 32 h 2.5 m

~ 4.7 m3 ~ 3180 kg; biggest ~ 200 kg from 5

kg


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2.12.115 Climbing Balancing Unit «Panther»

Description:

1 Posts as fork; h ~ 4.7 m

7 Climbing posts, partly as fork; h ~ 3.5 – 5.3 m

2 Climbing posts with look out and partly as fork; h ~ 3.3 m / 4.5 m;

platform area Ø ~ 0.75 m; Ph = 1.8 m

2 Posts with look out and fork, staggered rungs; h = 5.1 m / 7.6 m;

platform area Ø ~ 0.75 m; Ph = 2.0 / 3.0 m

1 Slanted ladder; w ~ 0.5 – 0.8 m; h = 2.0 m

2 Balancing ropes (thick) with support rope; l = 3.0 m

1 Hanging rope traverse; l = 2.5 m

5 Balancing ropes with support rope; l = 1.5 m / 2 x 2.3 m / 3.15 m / 3.25 m

1 Hanging rope net ascent; l = 3.0 m

1 Balancing rope jetty with support rope; l = 2.35 m; w = 0.2 m

2 Balancing belt jetties with support rope; l = 3.0 m; w = 0.3 m

1 Monkey rope; l = 3.0 m

1 Hovering wood; l = 2.8 m

3 Triangular nets; 3.0/3.0/3.0 m; MS ~ 30/30 cm

1 Wobbly boarded jetty with support rope; l = 2.85 m; w ~ 0.4 m

6 - 12 years assembly by SIK-Holz® 3.0 m

~ 9.5 m3 ~ 3052 kg; biggest ~ 300 kg from 5

kg

Note: This pictured product is without glaze.

0ptional: Beam with sculpture ‹Panther›


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2.12.116 Climbing Balancing Unit «Cat»

Description:

14 Posts; Ø ~ 15 – 18 cm; h ~ 1.4 – 3.9 m

5 Round timber; Ø ~ 12 cm; l ~ 2.5 – 5.0 m

13 Round timber; Ø ~ 10 cm; l ~ 1.65 – 4.05 m

2 Tree trunk stairs; Ø ~ 20 cm; l ~ 5.0 m

2 Climbing posts; h ~ 3.0 m

1 Horizontal net; l ~ 2.75 / 4.6 x 2.25 m; MS ~ 25/25 cm

1 Horizontal net; ~ 0.6 x 1.0 m; MS ~ 25/25 cm

1 Horizontal net; ~ 1.5 x 1.5 m; MS ~ 25/25 cm

1 Horizontal net; ~ 0.45 / 1.4 x 1.75 m; MS ~ 25 x 25 cm

1 Slanted net ascent; l ~ 1.0 / 1.35 x 2.45 m; MS ~ 25/25 cm

1 Slanted net ascent; l ~ 0.75 x 1.8 m; MS ~ 25/25 cm

1 Double balancing rope with support rope; l = 3.0 m

2 Climbing ropes; l = 2.15 m

1 Hanging rope traverse; l = 3.0 m

1 Climbing labyrinth 5-pieces

1 Balancing beam, rotating with support rope; l = 2.0 m

6 - 12 years assembly by SIK-Holz® 2.7 m

~ 3.0 m3 ~ 3705 kg; biggest ~ 150 kg from 5

kg

Note: This pictured product is without glaze.

0ptional: sculpture ‹Cat› and climbing balls ‹Wool›


24 SIK-Holz® › Play and Movement Area › Climbing-Balancing-Structures

2.15.110.4 «Climbing Course Chinchilla»

Description:

1 Posts as tree fork; h ~ 5.0 m

1 Climbing wall 3-cornered with rope handrail;

~ 2.0/1.8/1.5 m; h = 1.8 m

1 Posts with look out; h = 3.5 m; staggered rungs;

platform area; Ø ~ 0.75 m; Ph = 1.9 m

1 Balancing rope with support rope; l = 2.0 m

1 Hanging rope; l = 2.5 m

1 Posts as tree fork; h ~ 2.5 m

1 Hanging rope traverse; l = 2.5 m

1 Climbing labyrinth out climbing posts; 3-pieces

1 Hanging rope net ascent; l = 2.5 m

with Triangle net 1.4/1.2/1.2 m

1 Triangle net; 2.5/2.5/2.5 m; MS 30/30 cm

1 Posts with tree fork; h ~ 5.0 m

1 Climbing wall 3-cornered with rope handrail;

~ 2.3/2.2/1.5 m; h = 2.2 m

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 16 h 2.2 m

~ 2.4 m3 ~ 1400 kg; biggest ~ 350 kg from 5

kg


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5.141.2.2 Multi Unit «Tipi»

Description:

1 Play tower 3-cornered with built in Climbing post

Base 2.2/2.2/2.2 m; h (total) ~ 5.0 m

Platform area 1.2/1.2/1.2 m; Ph = 2.0 m

1 Climbing wall; w = 2.2/1.2 m; h = 2.7 m

1 Vertical ladder; w = 2.2/1.2 m; h = 2.0 m

1 Hanging rope (thick) bridge; l = 2.5 m; w ~ 0.8 m

1 End post; w = 1.2 m; Ph = 1.5 m

1 Vertical ladder; w = 1.2 m; h = 1.5 m

1 Balancing beam with support rope; l ~ 3.0 m

1 Look out; h = 3.5 m; staggered rungs;

platform area Ø ~ 0.75 m; Ph = 1.9 m

1 Hanging rope; l = 2.3 m

1 Balancing rope with support rope; l = 2.0 m

1 Balancing rope jetty with support rope; l = 3.0 m; w = 0.2 m

1 Climbing post; h = 2.5 m

1 Triangle net; 2.5/2.5/2.5 m; MS 30/30 cm

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 12 h 2.0 m

~ 1.7 m3 ~ 1220 kg; biggest ~ 650 kg from 5

kg

alternative: 5.141.2 Multi Unit «Ant» (bigger version)


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SIK-Holz® › Play and Movement Area › Multi Units

5.18.39.2 Climbing wood «Flexi Mini» (Design «Grass»)

Description:

1 Play tower 3-cornered with pitched roof

1.3/1.3/1.3 m; Ph = 2.0 m; with side trim;

1 Window opening with stainless steel grid

1 Fireman´s pole (stainless steel); h = 2.5 m

1 Vertical ladder; w ~ 1.5 m; h = 2.0 m

1 Balancing rope jetty; l = 2.5 m; w = 0.8 m

1 Play tower 3-cornered; 1.2/1.2/1.2 m; Ph = 2.0 m

1 Slide (stainless steel); w = 0.5 m; h = 2.0 m

1 Slanted net ascent; 0.6x2.75 m; MS 30/25 cm

1 Balancing rope with vertical ropes; l = 1.5 m

1 Look out; h = 4.3 m

platform area Ø ~ 0.75 m; Ph = 1.9 m

1 Balancing rope with vertical ropes; l = 1.5 m

1 Look out; h = 4.0 m

platform area Ø ~ 0.75 m; Ph = 1.9 m

6 - 12 years 2 installers at 12 h 2.0 m

~ 1.7 m3 ~ 1266 kg; biggest ~ 400 kg from 5

kg


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5.861.3 Multi Unit «Forest hideout»

Description:

1 Play tower conical with Lean-to roof;

1.5 x 1.5 m (Ph = 1.5 m) and 1.2 x 1.2 m (Ph = 2.5 m)

6 closed barriers; 2 openings with grid (stainles steel)

1 Attachment-platform; 1.2 x 1.2 m; Ph = 2.5 m;

1 barrier; 1 ladder; 1 climbing net; 2 built in benches

1 Attachment-platform; 1.5 x 1.0 m; Ph = 1.5 m;

1 climbing wall; 1 ladder

1 Slide (stainless steel); w = 0.5 m; h = 1.5 m

1 Balancing rope with support rope; l = 2.0 m

1 Balancing rope (thick) with support rope; l = 2.0 m

1 Look out; h = 3.5 m; staggered rungs

platform area Ø ~ 0.75 m; Ph = 1.9 m

1 Attachment-balancing beam with support rope; l = 3.0 m

1 Hovering wood; l = 2.0 m

1 Balancing rope with support rope; l = 3.0 m

1 Hanging rope net ascent; l = 3.0 m

1 Climbing labyrinth 5-pieces

6 - 12 years 2 installers at 25 h 2.5 m

~ 3.0 m3 ~ 2464 kg; biggest ~ 800 kg from 5

kg


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5.33 Multi Unit «Armadillo»

Description:

1 Play tower; 1.5 x 1.5 m; Ph = 1.7 m

1 Tree trunk stairs; w ~ 0.8 m; h = 1.7 m

with solid handrail on one side

1 Vertical ladder; w = 1.5 m; h = 1.7 m

1 Jungle net bridge; l = 3.0 m; w ~ 0.8 m

1 Play tower; 1.5 x 1.5 m; Ph = 1.95 m

1 Slanted net ascent; ~ 0.9 x 2.7 m; MS 30/30 cm

1 Slide (stainless steel); w = 0.5 m; h = 1.95 m

with side wall on both sides

1 Attachment-balancing beam with support rope; l ~ 2.4 m

1 Triangle net; 1.5/1.5/1.5 m; MS 30/30 cm

3 Climbing posts; h = 2.5 m

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 16 h 1.95 m

~ 1.7 m3 ~ 1600 kg; biggest ~ 350 kg from 5

kg


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5.862 Multi Unit «Sloth»

Description:

1 Play tower 5-cornered with pitched roof; Ø ~ 2.0 m; Ph = 1.8 m

1 bench, 1 table below the platform

1 Slide (stainless steel); w = 0.5 m; h = 1.8 m

1 Attachment-play tower; 1.25 x 1.25 m; Ph = 1.5 m

1 Side wall; l = 1.25 m; h = 0.8 m

1 Slanted ramp with support rope; w = 0.75 m; h = 1.5 m

1 Climbing wall; w = 1.25 m; h = 2.6 m

1 Triangle net; 2.5/2.5/1.0 m; MS 30/30 cm

1 Jungle net bridge; l = 3.0 m; w ~ 0.8 m

1 Play tower; 1.5 x 1.5 m; Ph = 1.5 m

1 Vertical ladder; w = 1.5 m; h = 1.5 m

1 Attachment-double bars; l (bar) = 1.2 m; h = 1.2 m and 0.8 m

1 Balancing rope with support rope; l = 3.0 m

1 Posts with step; h = 2.0 m

1 Wobbly jetty; l = 2.0 m; w = 0.4 m

1 Climbing post with step; h = 3.0 m

3 – 12 years 2 installers at 18 h 1.8 m

~ 1.8 m3 ~ 2070 kg; biggest ~ 650 kg from 5

kg


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5.28 Climbing Unit «Spider»

Description:

8-cornered construction of wood;

Ø ~ 8.0 m; h ~ 1.8 m; inside platform;

Ø ~ 1.2 m; h = 0.2 m;

distance of steps (interior) ~ 30 cm

6 - 12 years 2 installers at 14 h 1.8 m

~ 0.65 m3 ~ 1187 kg, biggest 150 kg from 5

kg

informations applies to included attachment possibilities

optional: 5.28.01 Climbing net; trapezoid; ~ 2.7/1.5 x 1.8 m; MS 25/25 cm

5.28.02 Balancing rope (thick) with support rope; l ~ 2,5 m

5.28.03 Attachment-platform; trapezoid; ~ 1.5 x 2.5/1.0 m; Ph = 0.9 m

5.28.05 Wobbly bridge with end post; l = 3.0 m; w = 0.8 m


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5.28.12 Multi Unit «Spider»

Description:

1 Climbing post; h ~ 2.5 m

1 Balancing rope with support rope; l = 2.4 m

1 Play tower 6-cornered; Ø ~ 2.0 m; Ph = 1.5 m

1 Vertical ladder; w = 1.0 m; h = 1.5 m

1 Slanted ramp with support rope; w = 0.6 m; h = 1.5 m

1 Balancing rope jetty; l = 2.8 m; w = 0.8 m

1 Attachment-play tower, trapezoid; 1.1/1.6 x 1.5 m; Ph = 1.4 m

1 Climbing unit «Spider», oval; ~ 4.0 x 6.0 m; h = 1.8 m

inside: platform area; Ø ~ 1.7 m; h = 0.5 m;

distance of steps (interior) ~ 30 cm

outside: 1 balancing rope with support rope; l ~ 1.75 m

1 Attachment-play tower, trapezoid; 1.1/1.5 x 1.5 m; Ph = 1.5 m

1 Slide (stainless steel); w = 0.5 m; h = 1.5 m

with side wall on both sides

6 - 12 years 2 installers at 24 h 1.8 m

~ 1.9 m3 ~ 2200 kg; biggest ~ 450 kg from 5

kg


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SIK-Holz® › Play and Movement Area › Swings

4.2.2.10 Swing 2-seated, h = 2.6 m

Measures:

Width: 3.8 m

Height: 2.6 m

2 Swing seats (standard)

4 Single joints

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 4 h 1.6 m

~ 0.5 m³ ~ 340 kg; biggest ~ 100 kg from 5

kg

4.3.1.2.1 Swing with Basket 1

Measures:

Width: 3.7 m

Height: 2.5 m

1 Basket with net mat; Ø = 1.2 m

2 Cross joints with safety chain

3 – 12 years 2 installers at 4 h 2.1 m

~ 0.5 m³ ~ 345 kg; biggest ~ 65 kg from 5

kg

Note: The standard colour of the basket is blue (ring) and black (net/ropes)

4.9 Hammock

Measures:

1 Hammock; 1.8 x 0.8 m; MS 10/10 cm

2 Cross joints

2 Posts distance 3.7 m; h = 1.5 m

3 – 12 years 2 installers at 3 h 1.5 m

~ 0.35 m³ ~ 140 kg; biggest ~ 60 kg from 5

kg

Note: The swing movement can be limited by safety ropes.

The standard colour of the net and the ropes is blue.


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4.5.2.2.10 Swing Combination 3-pieces

Measures:

Width: 9.2 m

Height: 2.4 / 2.5 / 2.6 m

2 Swing seats (standard)

1 Basket with recycled rubber steel mat; Ø = 1.2 m

4 Single joints;

2 Cross joint with safety chain

3 – 12 years 2 installers at 8 h 2.1 m

~ 1.7 m³ ~ 650 kg; biggest ~ 120 kg from 5

kg

4.6 Sixfold Swing

Measures:

Diameter: 6.0 m

Height: 2.5 / 2.65 m

6 Swing seats (standard) with fix rubber tyres

6 Swing axis

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 8 h 2.1 m

~ 1.2 m³ ~ 720 kg; biggest ~ 55 kg from 5

kg


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SIK-Holz® › Play and Movement Area › Swings

4.12 Rope Swing

Measures:

Length: ~ 5.0 m

Width: ~ 3.5 m

Height: ~ 3.1 m

1 Swing rope made of PP;

l = 2.2 m; h = 0.5 m

4 Cross joints

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 7 h 1.6 m

~ 1.0 m³ ~ 500 kg; biggest ~ 70 kg from 5

kg

4.3.4.6 Flying Swing Bed

Measures:

Length: ~ 6.2 m

Width: ~ 4.5 m

Height: ~ 3.0 m

1 Swing bed; ~ 1.5 x 1.0 m

1 Support rope; l = 5.0 m

4 Cross joint with safety chain

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 8 h 2.2 m

~ 1.9 m³ ~ 1000 kg; biggest ~ 110 kg from 5

kg


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Swing seat

Swing seat with tyres

Swing chair

Basket with net mat

Swing seat (integrative)

Swing seat, big (integrative)

Jungle rope

Partner swing

Swing rope

Jungle swing

Flying Carbet

Swing bed (integrative)


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SIK-Holz® › Sports Area

Sport lessons are a welcome relief during a school day.

Physical and mental exertion and relaxation, playful

individual and group experiences offer a holistic experience.

This experience includes the learning of social

behaviors that are important for the whole of life. In

sport, children learn to deal with defeat. They also learn

to compare themselves strategically, mentally or physically

with others and to exchange ideas. In sport, the

handling of conflict situations and aggression is trained.

In the case of individual sports, the students learn to pit

their strength against others and to evaluate their own

performance. In team sports, on the other hand, a team

spirit emerges, which strengthens the social competence

of the individual players.

Model schools, which have introduced a daily

sports lesson to the class schedule, generally show better

learning outcomes and social skills among the pupils

than schools that only offer a sport lesson twice a week.

School sports facilities should therefore not only be used

for sports lessons, but should also be available during

the breaks and particularly for all-day schools also in the

afternoon. The classic sports stadium is not necessary for

this. It makes more sense to have several smaller areas. In

these areas, manageable groups with the same intentions

and interests often meet. In addition, the orientation in a

smaller room is easier for the participants and the transition

to a different game is quicker.

When planning sports areas, free walls can also

be used to paint goals or to mount basketball hoops. It

should be checked beforehand whether windows are at

risk by the ball games and should be latticed if necessary.

2.2.2 Artistik-Rope


Sports Area


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SIK-Holz® › Sports Area › Sports Elements

1.50 Bouncing Plate

Measures:

Diameter: 1.1 m

Height: ~ 0.35 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 1.5 h 0.35 m

1 GA 11.1.2 ~ 80 kg from 3

kg

1.30 Bouncing Beam

Measures:

Length: 3.0 m

Height: ~ 0.6 m

6 - 16 years 2 installers at 2 h 0.6 m

2 GA 11.1.1 ~ 100 kg from 3

kg

1.103.3 Wave Seesaw 3-parts

Measures:

Length: ~ 6.2 m

Height: ~ 0.6 m

rotating connecting parts between the bouncing beams

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 2 h 0.6 m

3 GA ~ 210 kg; biggest ~ 70 kg from 3

kg

Note: This pictured product is without glaze.


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2.1.1 Rotating Balancing Beam

Measures:

Length (total): ~ 2.5 m

Length (beam): ~ 2.0 m

Height: ~ 0.4 m

1 Support rope; l = 2.0 m; h = 1.4 m

2 Posts; h = 1.8 m

6 - 12 years 2 installers at 3 h 0.4 m

~ 0.35 m3 ~ 122 kg; biggest ~ 45 kg from 3

kg

1.1.10.1 Bouncing Plank

Measures:

Length: 3.0 m

Width: 0.8 m

Height: 0.45 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 3 h 0.45 m

4 GA 11.1.1 ~ 80 kg from 3

kg

2.20 Belt Footbridge

Measures:

Length (total): 8.5 m

Width (total): ~ 1.5 m

Width (belt): 1.0 m

Height (belt): ~ 0.6 m

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 10 h 0.6 m

~ 2.1 m³ ~ 500 kg; biggest ~ 130 kg from 4

kg


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SIK-Holz® › Sports Area › Sports Elements

2.22.6 Waving Ladder

Measures:

Length: ~ 3.0 m

Width: ~ 0.9 m

Height: ~ 2.4 m

1 Ladder; 3.0 x 0.5 m; h = 2.0 / 2.3 m

4 Posts with steps; h ~ 0.5 m

6 - 12 years 2 installers at 4 h 2.4 m

~ 0.35 m3 ~ 260 kg; biggest ~ 55 kg from 5

kg

2.22.5 Monkey Bars

Measures:

Length: ~ 3.5 m

Width: ~ 0.6 m

Height (total): ~ 2.5 m

Height (rings): ~ 2.1 m

Height (steps): ~ 0.5 m

6 - 12 years 2 installers at 2 h 2.2 m

~ 0.2 m3 ~ 160 kg; biggest ~ 50 kg from 5

kg

2.2.2 Artistik-Rope

Measures:

Length (total): ~ 3.7 m

Length (rope): ~ 3.0 m

Width (total): ~ 0.4 m

Width (rope): ~ 0.16 m

Height (rope): ~ 0.35 m

Height (bollard): ~ 0.45 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 2 h 0.45 m

~ 0.35 m3 ~ 110 kg; biggest ~ 50 kg from 1

kg


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2.50.3.4 Table Tennis Plate

Measures:

Size (concrete plate): 274 x 152 x 8 cm

Height (total): 76 cm

from 6 years 2 installers at 1 h -

- ~ 650 kg from 1

kg

2.50.1.1.1.1 Football Goal

Measures:

Length: ~ 3.25 m

Width: ~ 1.4 m

Height: ~ 2.15 / 1.9 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 3 h -

~ 0.25 m3 ~ 255 kg; biggest ~ 90 kg from 1

kg

optional: coloured design

alternative: 2.50.1.1.1.6 Football goal with net

2.50.6.2 Multi Games Area 2

Pitch: ~ 17.0 x 9.5 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 24 h -

~ 2.65 m3 ~ 2020 kg; biggest ~ 250 kg from 1

kg

Description:

2 Goals (2.50.1.1.1.1)

4 Barriers for goal connection (2.50.1.2.6 / 7)

4 Barriers, with sprawling bench (2.50.1.2.3)

12 Barriers or extension elements for barriers, single (2.50.1.2.1 / 2)

alternative: 2.50.6.1 Multi Games Area 1 (angular)

2.50.6.3 Multi Games Area 3 (semicircle)

2.50.6.6 Street Soccer Field


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SIK-Holz® › Communication- and Retreat Area

Communication areas are both places of rest as well as

places of attentiveness. Equipped with simple wooden or

stone seating elements, they encourage student’s social

contacts during breaks and when lessons are over.

The design of the seat elements should take unconventional

forms into account. Not the classic bench

on which the students sit next to each other is in demand

here, but structures on which one can lounge

around or “chill”. Sculptures, which sometimes exert a

greater attraction, can also take over this function.

These types of meeting places not only offer the

opportunity to retreat and relax. They are also used to

present oneself in a small group. A small platform can

readily become a stage and a seating log an auditorium.

The larger these places are, the more they are able to

assume the function of an open-air classroom.

In principle, every opportunity should be used for

teaching outdoors. Tribunes with several platforms, built

in a semi or three-quarter circle or in an open rectangle

or square, are proven to be of value. At the minimum, an

open-air classroom should have 15 seats, as well as the

possibility to add chairs or benches as required. When

putting an open-air classroom in place, it must be taken

into account that it does not interfere with other classrooms.

All forms of meeting places, whether seating

group, hangout or open-air classroom, are important for

social and educational aspects and are indispensable in a

schoolyard.

9.5.26 Mobile Sitting Balancing Structure


Communication- and

Retreat Area


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SIK-Holz® › Communication- and Retreat Area › Benches & Seating Groups

9.1.47.1 Bench «Flexi» (without backrest)

Measures:

Length: 2.0 m

Width: 37 cm

Height: 45 cm

from 6 years 2 installers at 2 h -

– ~ 50 kg -

kg

to be bolted

optional: extendable version with and without backrest

9.1.47.2 Bench «Flexi» (with backrest)

Measures:

Length: 2,0 m

Width (total): 54 cm

Width (seat): 37 cm

Height (total): 82 cm

Height (seat): 45 cm

from 6 years 2 installers at 2 h -

– ~ 80 kg -

kg

to be bolted

optional: extendable version with and without backrest

9.1.48 Wobbly Bench

Measures:

Length: 2.2 m

Width (total): 40 cm

Width (seat): 30 cm

Height (total): 85 cm

Height (seat): 45 cm

alle 2 installers at 2 h -

3 GA ~ 110 kg -

kg


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9.1.11.11.1 «Suite Picnic 1» (for adults)

Description:

1 Table; l = 2.0 m; w = 0.6 m; h = 0.7 m

2 Benches; l = 2.0 m; w = 0.25 m; h = 0.45 m

attached

from 6 years 2 installers at 2 h -

~ 0.1 m3 ~ 100 kg -

kg

alternative: 9.1.11.11 Suite «Picnic 1» (for adults + mobil)

9.1.11.12.1 Suite «Picnic 2» (for adults)

Description:

1 Table; Ø = 0.8 m; h = 0.7 m

4 Seatings; l ~ 0.8 m; w ~ 0.45 m; h = 0.45 m

attached

from 6 years 2 installers at 2 h -

~ 0.1 m3 ~ 80 kg -

kg

alternative: 9.1.11.12 Suite «Picnic 2» (for adults + mobil)

9.1.1.9.4 Bench «Sickel» (for adults)

9.1.1.9.4.7 Table «Sickel» (for adults)

Description:

2 Benches «Forest» without backrest

9.1.1.4; l = 1.5 m

1 Bench «Forest» with backrest in the middle

9.1.1.5; l = 1.5 m

attached, 135°

1 Table; l = 2.2/1.0 m; w = 0.75 m; h = 0.7 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 6 h -

4 GA 11.1.3.10

~ 0.3 m3

kg

~ 270 kg; biggest ~ 120 kg from 1


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SIK-Holz® › Communication- and Retreat Area › Benches & Seating Groups

9.1.2.1.12 Sprawling Bench (vertical)

Measures:

Length: ~ 2.5 m

Width: ~ 0.5 m

Height (seat): ~ 0.45 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 2 h 0.9 m

~ 0.2 m3 ~ 90 kg from 3

kg

9.1.2.1 Sprawling Bench (single)

Measures:

Length: 2.5 m

Width: ~ 0.5 m

Height (seat): ~ 0.45 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 2 h 0.9 m

~ 0.2 m3 ~ 90 kg from 3

kg

9.1.2.3 Sprawling Bench (semicircular)

Description:

3 Sprawling benches; l = 2.5 m

attached, 120°

from 6 years 2 installers at 4 h 0.9 m

~ 0.4 m3 ~ 230 kg; biggest ~ 90 kg from 3

kg

alternative: 9.1.2.2 Sprawling bench (circular)


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9.1.9.2 Semicircular Bench (with outer arch)

Measures:

Outside diameter: ~ 4.0 m

Lenght outer arch: ~ 2.6 m

Width (seat): 0.3 m

Height (seat): 0.4 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 2 h -

~ 0.1 m³ ~ 100 kg from 1

kg

alternative: 9.1.9.2.1 Semicircular bench (with inner arch)

9.1.9.3 Semicircular Bench with Table

Description:

1 Semicircular table

Ø = 1.5 m; h ~ 65 cm

1 Semicircula bench

Ø (outside) ~ 2.9 m

l (outside) ~ 4.5 m

w (seat): 30 cm

h (seat): 40 cm

from 6 years 2 installers at 3 h -

~ 0,2 m³ . ~ 210 kg; biggest ~ 140 kg from 1

kg

9.1.9 Semicircular Bench with Table (big)

Description:

1 Semicircular table

Ø = 2.5 m; h = 65 cm

2 Semicircula benches / 9.1.9.2.1

Ø (outside) ~ 4.0 m

l (outside) ~ 2.6 m

w (seat): 30 cm

h (seat): 40 cm

from 6 years 2 installers at 4 h -

~ 0.35 m³ ~ 300 kg; biggest ~ 100 kg from 1

kg


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9.5.14.1 Chilling Corner

Description:

1 Play tower, pentagonal with monopitched roof

ø ca. 2.0 - 2.5 m; Ph = 0.2 m

2 Posts; h = 2.0 m

2 Sitting beam with backrest; l ~ 1.5 m

1 Sitting beam with backrest; l ~ 2.0 m

1 Sitting beam; l ~ 2.0 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 7 h 0.2 m

~ 0.6 m3 ~ 680 kg; biggest ~ 500 kg from 1

kg

optional: skulptures and coloured design

9.4.12 Shelter (small)

Description:

Base: Ø ~ 3.0 m

Roof: Ø ~ 4.0 m (pyramid roof)

Height (total): 3.0 m

2 Side walls; h ~ 0.8 m

6 Built-in benches; l ~ 1.0 m

1 Built-in table; Ø ~ 1.8 m

from 6 years assembly by SIK-Holz® -

~ 0.6 m3 ~ 970 kg; biggest ~ 140 kg from 1

kg

9.4.28.2 Shelter

Measures:

Base: Ø ~ 4,0 m

Roof: Ø ~ 5.0 m (pyramid roof)

Height (total): 3,0 m

6 Side walls; h ~ 0.8 m

6 Built-in benches; l ~ 1.5 m

alle Montage durch Fa. SIK-Holz® -

~ 0,5 m3 ~ 1700 kg; biggest ~ 140 kg -

kg

alternative: 9.4 Shelter (big); Ø ~ 5,0 m


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9.1.33.8 Small Seating Arena

Description:

1 Wooden construction (semicircular), 5 pieces

Outside bend ~ 12.5 m;

Inside bend ~ 6.5 m;

w ca. 3.5 m; h ~ 1.8 m;

Rungs (inside and partly outside)

in distance of ca. 30 cm

2 Balancing ropes with support ropes; l ~ 2.0 m

1 Climbing net; trapezoid; ca. 2.0/1.7 x 2.0 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 8 h 1.8 m

~ 0.8 m³ ~ 700 kg; biggest ~ 70 kg from 4

kg

optional: platform / stage

5.37.32.1 Resting-Boat

Description:

Lenght (total): ~ 12.5 m

Width (total): ~ 4.5 m

2 Platforms 3-cornered with ropes as handrails;

3.0/3.0/3.0 m; Ph = 0.4 - 0.6 m

1 Wobbly jetty; l = 3.0 m; w ~ 0.4 m

1 Balancing rope with support rope; l = 3.0 m

4 Benches; l = 2.0 m; h = 25 cm

3 Stilts; h ~ 2.0 – 2.5 m

3 Seating trunks; h ~ 25 - 30 cm

from 6 years 2 installers at 16 h 0.6 m

~ 1.5 m3 ~ 1155 kg; biggest ~ 250 kg from 1

kg


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9.1.46 Sprawling Leaf

Description:

Length (total): 4.1 m

Width (total): 1.2 m

6 Posts; h ~ 0.8 – 1.5 m

2 Triangular nets; 1.5/1.5/1.5 m; MS 10/10 cm

1 Horizontal net; 1.5 x 1.5 m; MS 10/10 cm

from 6 years 2 installers at 9 h 0.85 m

~ 1.1 m3 ~ 230 kg; biggest ~ 35 kg from 1

kg

2.33.5.12 Seating Platform

Measures:

Diameter: ~ 2.0 m

Height: 0.4 m

Seating of single-sided shaped platform planks

8 Posts; h ~ 0.4 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 6 h -

~ 0.45 m3 ~ 300 kg from 1

kg

2.33.5.13 Seating Platform (with tree integration)

Measures:

Diameter: ~ 2.0 m

Height: 0.4 m

with recess for the tree

SSeating of single-sided shaped platform planks

8 Posts; h ~ 0.4 m

from 6 years 2 installers at 6 h -

~ 0.45 m3 ~ 300 kg; biggest 150 kg from 1

kg


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4.8.49 Rotating Stool (square)

Measures:

Length: 0.37 m

Width: 0.37 m

Height (total): 0.45 m

4.8.49.1 Rotating Stool (round)

Measures:

Diameter: 0.4 m

Height (total): 0.45 m

6 – 12 years 1 installers at 1 h 0.45 m

1 GA ~ 60 kg from 4

kg

optional: coloured design

4.8.48 Rotating Seating Platform

Measures:

Diameter: 1.5 m

Height: 0.45 m

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 4 h 0.5 m

1 GA + ~ 0.2 m³ ~ 200 kg; biggest ~ 150 kg from 4

kg

4.8.27.1 Karussell «Rotary Capsule»

Measures:

Diameter: 1.5 m

Height (platform): 0.15 m

Height (seat): 0.3 m

Height (total): 1.0 m

1 Rotating swivel in the middle

3 – 12 years 2 installers at 2 h 1.0 m

~ 0.4 m³ ~ 150 kg; biggest ~ 130 kg from 4

kg


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7.150.3.19 Rotary Play «Tic-Tac-Toe»

Measures:

Width (total): ~ 1.1 m

Height (total): ~ 1.4 m

9 Rotating bodies, carved contour

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 2 h -

~ 0.15 m3 ~ 60 kg from 1

kg

further types on request

7.150.3.21 Sound Play

Measures:

Width (total): ~ 1.2 m

Height (total): ~ 1.4 m

8 Sound pipes (1 octave)

1 Beating stick with chain

6 – 12 years 2 installers at 2 h -

~ 0.15 m3 ~ 60 kg from 1

kg

7.150.3.23 Blackboard (single)

Measures:

Width: 1.5 m

Height: 1.5 m

1 Malfeld; 1.3 m x 1.0 m

from 3 years 2 installers at 1,5 / 2,5 h -

~ 0.15 / 0.,25 m3 ~ 125 / 200 kg; biggest ~ 125 kg from 1

kg

7.150.3.23.1 Maltafel (double)

Measures:

Width: 3.0 m

Height: 1.5 m

2 Boards; (each) 1.3 m x 1.0 m

Board of weatherproofed glued ply wood, 18 mm thickness

Edges filled – blackboard (green)


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8.40.1.1 Sun Sail triangular (3.0/3.0/3.0 m)

8.40.1.2 Sun Sail triangular (4.0/4.0/4.0 m)

8.40.2.1 Sun Sail quadrangular (3.0 x 3.0 m)

8.40.2.2 Sun Sail quadrangular (4.0 x 4.0 m)

- 1 installers at 0,5 h -

- ~ 15 kg -

kg

Our awnings are manufactured from high quality weather resistant gauze,

coated, UV-stable, tear resistant and of low flammability. They allow light

and air to pass through, as well they are resistant against intentional discerping.

They are continuously bordered and at the edges are rope tensioners.

colours: yellow, orange, red, blue, light green, dark green, beige, gray, black

Further shapes and sizes on request

8.40.4 Posts for Sun Saill

Diameter: 0.2 m

Height: 2.0 – 4.0 m

9.2.5.7.1 Biycycle Stand (for 4 bikes)

Measures:

Length: 3.0 m

Height rods (stainless steel): 50/90 cm

- 2 installers at 3 h -

~ 0.3 m3 ~ 110 kg; biggest ~ 30 kg -

kg

alternative: 9.2.5.7.2 Bicycle stand (for 8 bikes)

9.3.2 Dustbin (with lid)

Measures:

Diameter: 47 cm

Height: 63 cm

- 1 installers at 0,5 h -

1 GA + ~ 0.02 m³ ~ 45 kg -

kg

1 Steel construction, hot galvanized,

covered with Robinia wood panelling

1 Container, contents 37 l

1 Lid with springlock

alternative: 9.3.1 Dustbin (without lid)


54 SIK-Holz® › Additional Elements

Shade roof

Pergola

Tree house classroom

Bridge to tree house

Partition wall for bouldering

Slope slide

Maze with coloured seating alcoves and greening

Tree enclosure seating


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Solar panel

Sundial

Chessboard

Rotating educational game

Balancing stones with «crayon» posts

Balancing and seating path

Leap and seat bollard

Trampoline


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SIK-Holz® › Legend, Publications, Contact

Legende

Handicapped accessible unit Unit can be expanded Self-assembly possible (further information on request)

kg

From SIK-Holz ® recommended age range

Assembly time

Free height of fall

Mass of required concrete in m³

Model of ground anchor

Weight

Surfacing (see table)

Minimum area

All specifications without guarantee, bindingly are the information,

you receive on our corresponding product sheets.

No. Material Description min. layer thickness mm max. fall height mm

1 concrete / stone ≤ 600

2 bituminous surfacing ≤ 600

3 topsoil ≤ 1 000

4 turf ≤ 1 500

5 bark 20 - 80 mm grain size broken bark of

200 ≤ 2 000

conifers

300 ≤ 3 000

6 wood chips 5 - 30 mm grain size mechanically broken

200 ≤ 2 000

wood, without bark and leaf components

300 ≤ 3 000

7 sand 0.2 - 2 mm grain size 200 ≤ 2 000

300 ≤ 3 000

8 gravel 2 - 8 mm grain size 200 ≤ 2 000

300 ≤ 3 000

9 other material or thicknesses according to producer ≤ 3 000

Choice of material depends on the permissible free heights of fall EN 1176-1:2008 (E).

Publications

Find out more at issuu.com/sik-holz

main catalogue #10 kindergarten #3 generation's #2

facts & fugures #2

contact

SIK-Holzgestaltungs GmbH

Langenlipsdorf 54a

D-14913 Niedergörsdorf

Your contact

tel.: +49 (0)33742.799 0

fax: +49 (0)33742.799 20

mail: info@sik-holz.de

web: www.sik-holz.de/en


Imprint

Puplisher

SIK-Holzgestaltungs GmbH

Editing

Kathleen Gust

Claudia Gust

Stefan Falkenberg

Thomas Lupa

Pictures, picture editing, layout

Kathleen Gust

3D-constructions, top views

Kerstin Kern

Management

Klaus-Peter Gust

Marc Oelker

Register court

Amtsgericht Potsdam

HRB 8656

Steuer-Nr.: 050/158/02369

Printing

Laserline Druckzentrum

Scheringstraße 1, 13355 Berlin

Paper

RecyStar Polar

(Blauer Engel + FSC)

Status

08/2016

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