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Jigsaw Traverse Wall

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£1320

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Specification

Jigsaw Traverse Wall

  • Panels are manufactured from HDPE so will never rot or rust.

  • Each panel is 1.2m wide & mounted via stainless steel fixings.

  • Thick wooden posts pressure treated to UC4 (highest outdoor treatment grade)

  • Can be arranged in a near infinite variety of shapes (cubes, zig-zag, straight line etc).

Description

  • UC4 treated timbers

  • Resin climbing holds

  • HDPE long lasting panels

  • Strong durable construction

  • DBS checked installation teams

  • CSCS qualified installation teams

The Jigsaw Traverse Wall by is an innovative traverse wall designed for children, offering a unique blend of physical challenge and creative play. Its jigsaw piece design not only adds an element of fun but also allows for various configurations, making it a versatile addition to any play area.


This wall encourages kids to develop their climbing skills, strength, and problem-solving abilities in a safe and engaging environment.


The colourful panels are manufactured from HDPE (high density polyethylene) so will never rot / be subject to insect damage. 


The angle of each section can be altered to create a meandering traverse wall which alllows children to move across the structure in a safe but challenging manner.

Safety Surfacing

As the top of the foot holds are installed below 600mm from the ground, there is no mandatory requirement for a safety surface.

However, we are able to supply the following additional safety surfaces if required.

  • Rubber matting (for concrete & tarmac surfaces)

  • Grass mats (for fields / soil areas)

  • Wet pour & Rubber mulch (for all areas)

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More Information

What is a traverse climbing wall?

A traverse wall for school playgrounds is a type of climbing wall designed for lateral climbing. It promotes physical activity, helps improve coordination and strength, and encourages problem-solving skills. Unlike traditional climbing walls where children go upwards, traverse walls allow children to travel left / right and so have a lower height. This helps in reducing the risk of falls and making them safer for children. They're great for enhancing playgrounds, offering a fun and challenging activity that supports children's development in a safe environment.

How do you use a traverse wall?

The routes on a traverse wall are pre-defined for the children to follow as they move across the wall.  Typically some routes are harder than others with coloured climbing holds indicating the various paths. This isn't always the case and some walls simply have a collection of different coloured holds for children to assess and plan their route through strategic thinking and forward planning.

How do you install a traverse wall?

The HDPE traverse walls should be secured using the appropriate mechanical fixings for the wall type. Typically this would be expansion bolts or large screws depending on the wall. Never use chemical fixings (glues / adhesives) as these will not possess the required strength to secure the panel to the wall.

The free standing timber based walls are typically installed by our trained teams and concreted into the ground or fixed to walls using the appropriate mechanical fixings.

Key Features of Traverse Walls

  • Colorful Hand and Foot Holds: Engages children and helps to promote forward thinking and stategic planning.

  • Safety First: Traverse walls ensure children travel left to right or vice versa, ensuring a low falling height.

  • Durable Construction: Made from high-quality, sustainably sourced materials to withstand the elements & vigorous play. 

  • Versatile Configurations: Can be adapted to suit different playground sizes, shapes and childrens abilities.

  • Eco-Friendly: Committed to sustainability, our play structures are an environmentally conscious choice for modern playgrounds.

  • Easy to Maintain: Designed for low upkeep and longevity.

Traverse Wall Warranties

Read our Warranties section

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