The Original Inclusive Net Structure
We took the most popular Netplex components and added new opportunities for height that everyone can enjoy. The center spiral belting with grippy texture provides an easy way to transfer and creates an accesible route to climb to the top for a whooshy ride down one or more slides. Everyone will enjoy the spectacular view from the towers, while those watching below have perfect sightlines to all the activity.
The Super Netplex offers height, accessibility and visibility with lots of climbing, spinning, bouncy fun and plenty of places to hang out, any one of the following four preconfigured Super Netplex designs will be a fantastic addition to the playground.
- Choose from ProShield® colors for posts, clamps and components
- Choose from Polyethylene colors for slides
- Cables, belting and GripX available in black
- Spiral Belt Climber provides transfer for accessible route to one or more slides and even an elevated tunnel on some models
- Available as direct bury
- Compliant to ASTM, CSA and EN
Playground products shown in video may not be appropriate for every age group. Playsystems shown in video are for demonstration purposes only. Product configurations may vary.
Video features a PlayBooster Super Netplex play structure.
[video: scene fades into a full view of a Super Netplex play structure with two towers connected by an elevated craw tunnel. Children play on the variety of climbers and slides. Scene switches to a girl as she runs up the spiraling belted path leading to the top of one of the towers. The camera pulls back for a fuller view as the girl continues to run to the top of the tower. Children scream in the background as they play on the different activities. The scene switches to a girl spinning two of her friends on a Sol Spinner. The scene switches to a view up to a girl climbing through the port hole of a belted disc landing.]
[video: the camera focuses on the view tube of a TurboTwister Tunnel Side. A girl begins to ride down the TurboTwister Tunnel Slide. The camera switches to a view of the bottom exit of the slide where the girl appears smiling. Scene switches to a girl climbing on the ropes and sphere foot and hand holds of a SwiggleKnots Bridge. Scene switches again to the back side of the Super Netplex where children play on the different activities.]
[video: three girls climb up the cargo net of a Portal Climber. Scene switches to a view of the bottom of a Double Swoosh Slide. Two girls ride side by side on the double lane slide. The camera focuses on a child’s feet standing on a spherical foot hold on the SwiggleKnots Bridge. The camera pulls back for a full view of the SwiggleKnots Bridge as three children play on the shifting ropes of the activity. The scene switches to a full view of the Super Netplex as children to play all over.]
[video: a girl swings from rung to rung on a LolliLadder monkey bar set. Camera switches to a view of the inside of one of the Super Netplex towers. The sun beams through the perforated panels. The camera pans from left to right as a child crawls through the elevated craw tunnel between towers. The camera view switches to a view down the inside of the elevated tunnel. A girl crawls towards the camera. The camera pans up the belted disc climbers with port holes up to the top of one of the towers. Children climb up the belt discs to the top of the tower. The camera views the top outside of a tower as children can be seen playing inside through the perforated siding. Scene switches to a view up inside the tower of the perforated panels as the sun light trickles through the small holes.]
[video: the camera focuses on a girl’s feet as she walks up the spiral belt path of one of the towers. The camera pulls back with a view up the tower as children climb all over the ropes and belt paths. Scene switches to a full side view of the Double Swoosh Slide. Two girls ride down the slide with their hands raised in the air. Camera switches to a inside view of the tower at the top of the TubroTwister Tunnel Slide. A girl waits at the top of the slide for her turn. Scene switches to a ground view up to a child as they crawl through the elevated crawl tunnel between towers.]
[video: the camera views through the larger perforated siding of the elevated crawl tunnel down to children playing on a LolliLadder monkey bar set. Scene switches to a child as they hold onto the camera and run up the spiral belt path of one of the towers. The child follows their friend up the belt path. They speak to each other.]
Girl: Should we go down the double slide?
[video: One of the girls sits at the top of the slide. Her friend tells her to go and she rides down to the bottom. Camera switches to a full elevated view of the Super Netplex. Scene switches to a girl running with the camera facing herself. She runs around the play area. Someone speaks to her off camera.]
[video: the girl climbs up the spiral belted pathway to the top of one of the towers. She reaches the top of the tower and begins slide down the TurboTwister Tunnel Slide. She smiles and raises her other hand as she slides down. The scene switches to a full elevated view as the camera slowly pans away from the Super Netplex while children play all over the play area. The screen goes black and the Landscape Structures logo appears in the center of the screen Below the logo text reads: For a better tomorrow we play today.]
Super Netplex® - 8' to 12' Double Towers
Features 96" Double Swoosh Slide® and 144' TurboTwister™ Tunnel Slide
For Ages 5 to 12
Super Netplex® - 12' to 12' Double Towers
Features 96" Double Swoosh Slide® and two 144' TurboTwister™ Tunnel Slides
For Ages 5 to 12