AquaClimb Classic poolside climbing walls (with related video)
AquaClimb Classic poolside climbing walls provide aquatic activity that combines fun and fitness for kids of all ages. Applications include schools, recreation centers, swim clubs, water parks, resorts and aqua therapy pools.
The climbing walls are based on a modular system of fiberglass panels that can be configured to any width and height, based on pool depth. Chlorine- and UV-resistant panels can be interchanged and rotated in different orientations, and protruding and inset climbing holds can be swapped to change the level of difficulty. A stainless steel frame bolts easily to the pool deck and can be removed as needed. There are more than 40 different panel molds with several inset and protruding climbing hold attachment points in each wall. They are randomly assembled to make each unique climbing wall.
The system is compliant with all governing architectural guidelines and codes: CEN/AFNOR Standards for Artificial Climbing Walls, Uniform Building Code (UBC), Manual of Steel Construction, and A.S.T.M. specifications for primary steel structures.
Each poolside climbing wall comes complete with guidelines for safe use. For safety, the assembly includes:
- Textured, non-slip surface on the system’s panels.
- Frame that tilts slightly over the water.
- The bottom row of panels submerge half way into the pool.
- Panels extend over the guttering to eliminate any safety issues with the deck or gutter areas.
AquaClimb is manufactured by Pyramide USA Inc., a sport climbing wall provider with offices in Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland. Pyramide-brand climbing walls have been installed in more than 3,000 locations around the world since 1986.
- Each panel can be rotated and swapped out to create different climbing features.
- All climbing holds can be rotated and swapped around for greater variety.
- The vertical structures bolt together for additional width when expanding the unit.
Find out more about product specification and pricing on the manufacturer’s website: www.aquaclimb.com