A floating water supply often is the central feature of water play. A great way of moving water from a lower to a higher level is the Archimedes Screw, the old principle of water screws. Its turning draws water from the lower basin as it travels upwards with the movement of the spiral and pours it into the upper basin. This physical process is precisely observed and used with great pleasure as a means of transporting water. The open spiral makes the procedure visible and it is even possible to use it for transporting solid materials e.g. gravel.
- Young people
- Public play areas without supervision such as playgrounds, parks or similar
- Swimming pools without supervision, such as outdoor pools, adventure pools or similar
Single Swing special - Order No: 3.19802