Kreal No 1 climbing wall - indoor.
You need to know this
We do not give up on safety. Never, never, never!
Not for quality. Time is too precious to work poorly. Consequently, the choice of good materials is the only permissible option for us.
Finishing depends on the purpose of using the climbing wall and your desires.
Photo certificate EN12572
Compliance with EU standard
All our climbing walls are fully compliant with the European standard for climbing walls EN12572.
For each climbing wall (even for the smallest), we first make a static calculation.
The plates we use for the climbing surface have successfully passed the "Impact test with impactor" EN12572-1, Annex D and EN12572-2, Annex C.
The nuts for fixing the brakes, in combination with the plate, are 'Load test for the attachment of the handrails' EN12572-1, Annex E and EN12572-2, Annex D.
All design solutions are compatible with Eurocode.
On high climbing walls, after the completion of the installation, a load test of the safety points and the anchorages is carried out. (Some people incorrectly call this "Test with a pull".)
Smooth or rough
Regardless of the finishing layer, the waterproof plywood is used as the basis.
Our rough surface offers a lot of friction with moderately small roughness and is easy to clean. How to achieve this, we learned during many years of climbing exercises, where the surface is particularly important.
If you may not know what area is best for your climbing wall, and what are the strengths and weaknesses of one or the other, we will explain you exactly when we start talking about your climbing wall.