Article published on 16 November 2015

As we all know the new EN16630 standards came into force this year for outdoor fitness equipment. Prior to its introduction there was a lot of confusion as to what standards suppliers should be adhering to and also what equipment does or does not comply.

Proludic Urbanix outdoor fitness equipment has been tested under the new EN16630 standard and does comply with all current regulations.

With all new standards does come some apprehension about what can and cannot be included on designs for outdoor gym equipment. Using our extensive experience and knowledge on this topic we wanted to clarify in 7 easy to follow steps how everyone can deliver a compliant and successful outdoor fitness area.

This is why we have created an easy to follow wall chart/poster with stress-free steps/advice for your new outdoor fitness project. This can be put up next to your desk and offers at a glance everything you need to know.

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All you need to do to qualify for this FREE resource is contact marketing@proludic.co.uk quoting your project name and company name and we will post you out the poster to help with the project. 

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