Installation & assembly
Many products are shipped in the disassembled state to reduce transportation costs and CO2 emissions. The final assembly of these preassembled modules is generally self-explanatory.
Here, you can display, print, and download PDF files with the assembly instructions for the products listed below.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you cannot find assembly instructions for a product, but need our assistance with the assembly.
You can generally assume the following approximate data when sizing the foundations. For lock-out posts and trash bins, we recommend single foundations sized at approximately 30 x 30 x 60 (L x W x H) cm. For bench frames with only two extended foot elements, we recommend approximately 40 x 40 x 70 cm. For screw-mounted park benches, a stripe or point foundation with an approximate width of 12 cm and a length of approximately 60 cm is sufficient. Park benches are usually installed to a seat height of 43 to 48 centimeters, and to at least 48 cm for senior compatible benches. These details are reference values and can vary depending on the type and load capacity of the substrate. This can only be definitively determined on location. Technical changes are made without notice.
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Attachment and foundations
Many of our products are prefabricated for locally permanent installation at grade level. However, the load capacity of the substrate and the length and transverse terrain slope must be taken into account.
But mounting below grade level is also possible. Depending on the product, we in this case recommend mounting onto a stripe foundation (150 mm below grade level) or installing the product directly into a concrete point foundation. For stripe foundations, we recommend a size from approximately ca. 800 x 300 mm (L x W), and for point foundations approximately 400 x 400 mm (L x W). These details are reference values and can vary depending on the type and load capacity of the substrate. This can only be definitively determined on location. Foundations generally need to be poured in frost free conditions.