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playground equipment safety
Teeter totters, merry-go-round, Monkey Bar and slide, fun for all childhood memories.
What you may not remember is the security risks that accompany those playground equipment.
The Tets are shaking and waiting to knock off their teeth.
If a child tries to get on and off while the carousel is moving, the carousel may break his arm or leg.
Long ago, there was no problem with the risks associated with the classic playground project.
Today, however, responsibility issues and increased health awareness have forced changes in the way the playground is built and assembled.
The first thing about the playground rally change is composition.
30 years ago, the most common playground equipment materials were metal and wood.
Metal is heated in the sun, and even steel can be used in the summer to cause burns. Wood. . .
Wood is not aging well.
Ten years after the building, the exterior of the wooden playground will be full of debris and nothing will spoil a fun day, just as your hands or feet have a huge shard.
Now, imagine your childhood playground and look at the ground for me.
What does it cover?
The answer is either sand or gravel.
These materials are often worn out, especially over a long period of time.
So what about all the playgrounds waiting for your kids?
Hardly remember how much fun you had on the playground that was considered terrible?
Today\'s playground equipment has grown to meet our safety standards.
It has also become more eco-friendly.
For example, the most common ground cover on the playground today is rubber.
Now you may not think of rubber as an eco-friendly material, but the rubber used in the playground is usually made from recycled tires.
We can give this rubber a new life, and at the same time provide a safer and easier cover for the playground to absorb the impact, which is a good reward.
Most playground equipment today is made of plastic.
This is because the plastic can be formed in a way that all fasteners are in the interior, thus preventing the equipment from posing a risk of binding or cutting to children.
The thermal conductivity of plastic is not as good as that of metal.
Remember you can\'t slide on the slides at two o\'clock P. M. because they\'re too hot to sit on?
This is because the metal absorbs a large part of the heat from the sun.
The spectrum reflected by plastic is much larger than the one it absorbs, which makes it cooler in hot weather.
Another benefit of using plastic is to reduce the chance of rubbing burns.
I\'m sure everyone is familiar with the type of knee burn you run around on the carpet.
But maybe some of you are lucky enough to avoid rubbing burns on the playground as you grow up.
From experience, I can tell you that they are no better than others.
Plastic is less prone to friction burning than the smoothest metal.
This is because the skin is less likely to stick to plastic than metal.
Today, the playground equipment takes safety as the first goal. As a parent, isn\'t this what you want?