Aluminum and Stainless Steel Slides
Slide FAQ Answers!
Aluminum Spiral Slides typically require a minimum footprint of 68-72" diameter unobstructed.
What size slide do I need? Slides are usually described by the height of the deck or landing that they attach to and depart from. Don't confuse this with LENGTH or run of the slide. The length of a slide is probably near double the (deck) height of the slide.
Refer to ASTM F1487 and CPSC Pub 325 for information about head, side or lateral clearance and safety zones. This will add a minimum of 21" right and left of the sides of the slide bedway.
Can I get higher than 12'? Yes, but there are safety concerns and guidelines to follow.
I need a different orientation or layout.: Many slides can be built or configured to end up in the right direction. We will look at your sketch, plan or ideas to help with a solution. Treehouse Slide? Indoor Slide? Outdoor slide? Let us know!
Many slides may be utilized as a water slide or pool slide (also called a FLUME slide). A DRY SLIDE may be used as an indoor slide or outdoor slide. On a hill, slope or architectural buildout, you may be looking for an embankment slide, hill slide, or slope slide. A THEME SLIDE may incorporate unique colors, or added theme events or features. A CUSTOM SLIDE may be designed to fit your unique space, theme, concept or idea. Many office, business or commercial venues are looking for a STAINLESS STEEL slide.
Also called: Treehouse Slide, Twisty Slide, Helical Slide or Helix Slide
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