Renting a climbing wall Safety, standards & maintenance Working with Pyramide  
  Enhancing a climbing wall
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a climbing wall
 
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Public park / Playground
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Design recommendations
Width : give it greater importance, for it determines the largest number of participants possible
Height : maximum 3 meters (10') for a play use
Number of protruding holds : 10 / sq. m (1 / sq. ft)
Configuration : vertical and / or slab
Support : self-standing and anchored to the ground
Crash area : synthetic soft flooring (preferably poured, not tiles) or gravel base 30 cm (1') deep, no sand
Some references :
Sendai : Public Park (Japan), Cesson : Skate Park (France) ; Hattersheim : City park (Germany), Calonne Ricouart : Calonnix Park (France), Nanterre : André Malraux Park (France), Geneva : Bout du Monde Park (Switzerland), Lausanne : Olympic Stadium (Switzerland), Hatano : Kanagawa Prefecture's Park (Japan)
Our services :
- design assistance
- advisory consulting / quotation (free of charge, no commitment)
- help for writing the technical specifications (tender document, etc…)
- engineering & technical information (loads on support wall and floor, information about standards, etc…)
  Pyramide 's recommendation
 
Plan preferably a surface particularly resistant to all weather conditions and long lasting (Cliff or M.G.V. surface). The climbing surface should be removable for maintenance and cleaning sessions
 
 
Horonobe (Japan)
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>   M.G.V.
Claye sous Bois (France)
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>   Concrete
Divonne les bains (France)
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>   Climbing game
>   M.G.V.