Wall Up-Down Module

WM2     Cross Area Racks

Wall Up and Down Module crossfit

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Additional information
Dimensions

510 x 211 x 304 cm (WM2)

Structure

Steel tube ST52 of 80 x 80 x 3 mm thickness high resistance, laser cut for better precision and welded by robotized process. Binding structural plates of 10 mm thickness.

Screws

8.8 hardness galvanized steel nuts and bolts, extra resistant. 8.8 hardness galvanized steel nuts and bolts, extra resistant.

Painting process

Black rough paint to improve grip and durability. 3 layers of paint. Steel pickling and stabilized by immersion of the parts in different degreasing solutions to ensure a perfect and complete cleaning of the base material. Antioxidant primer to ensure adequate isolation of internal oxidation and good paint adhesion. 2 final coats of epoxy polyester powder paint, dried at 240ºC

Design process

Ergonomic and biomechanical study under our associated Professional’s supervision and by professional athletes. After a long design process; from the drawing of the sketch, engineering research, prototypes making, and tested by Professionals athletes our products are released to the market.

Modular system

Cross Area offers the possibility by extension modules growth of the structure both in depth and in extension. Adapting the modular system polygonal spaces and complex combinations. Allows interspersed up to 304 cm in height changes.

Accessories

Attach system to the structure by 2 holding spots. One by polyamide positioner and high security steel reinforced, and a second holding spot over calibrated steel of 25 mm. Support to the structure by bent steel plates of 6 mm thickness, with polyamide reinforcements in inner part, avoiding friction and noise during the exercise. In bars supports and security racks, polyamide reinforcements in supporting areas.

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