What issues should I pay attention to when installing children's playground equipment?

- Apr 16, 2019-

What issues should I pay attention to when installing children's playground equipment?

1. During the installation process, it must be noted that any place that visitors can reach must not have sharp edges, sharp corners, burrs and dangerous protrusions. The decorations on the amusement equipment must be fixed firmly.

2, must be marked on the amusement equipment with warning signs, such as equipment instructions, precautions, etc., so that visitors can see at a glance, and then decide whether they are suitable for the amusement equipment.

3. When installing the amusement equipment, do not directly place the larger equipment on the ground in order to save trouble. Be sure to fix the equipment on the ground or other methods to fix the equipment to prevent the equipment from collapsing.

4, the amusement equipment must be installed according to the manufacturer's instructions, can not be in their own way, so as not to look at the surface of the equipment is intact, after a period of use, there are various problems.

Every operator must pay attention to the installation of the amusement facilities, and strive to install and debug the equipment once in order to avoid various problems in the future operation.

For outsourced installations, complete manufacturing and installation quality documentation should be provided. For the manufacture and installation of the same unit, the final quality certificate of the product can be combined with the on-site installation quality certification documents, but it must be clearly stated in sections and issued by the person who has the right to issue the manufacturing unit. For installation by other licensed units, the installation quality certification documents shall at least include installation inspection records, commissioning records, operation test records, re-inspection inspection records after operation test, and installation qualification certificates issued by the person in charge of on-site construction;