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Line Panel Only without Posts $480.00

Line Panel Only without Posts
  • Line Panel Only without Posts
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Product Specifications

Model Number:
Age Range:
2-12 years
Product Type:
Barriers & Panels
Safety Zone:
None required

Meets National Standards for

ASTM F1487-17 CPSC Guidelines #325

Product Description

Who knew a plastic panel could do so much? With our Line Panels, the only limitations are those set by the imaginations of the playground designers and the children who will play there. Put up a good fence to make good neighbors out of the playing children, or use them on the higher areas of your structure to keep kids safe from ledges and edges where they might fall. These roto-molded plastic fence pieces are also the perfect replacement for worn out playground components, providing sturdier and more functional components that remain dependable throughout all four seasons. The slits in the panels make it easy for parents and guardians to keep track of children as they scurry about the playground. Meanwhile, children can gossip between the posts, plan a jailbreak, or enjoy a tactical hiding spot with a view of those searching for them below. Whatever the safety or imaginative requirements for your playground, these safe, durable, and fun Line Panels will make a perfect addition or replacement. They come in a wide variety of colors, as well, so you can get the look as well as the use right.

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What is the width of this panel?
  • Thank you for asking about our Line Panel Only Without Posts. A representative will be reaching out to you shortly. 
    The Answer from Ben Thompson - October 18, 2022
What is the width of the line panel?
  • Thank you for asking your question today. A Representative will be in conatct with you to better assist you with your question on the Line Panel.
    The Answer from Ben Thompson - October 18, 2022 - December 21, 2020