Multi sport Surface
All weather Multi sport surfaces are growing in popularity as they are a lower maintenance, better looking, and safer playing surface than asphalt or concrete surfaces. Easily installed over existing court surfaces we provide colour options and work in alternate sport line markings during manufacture and installation. Our Multi sport ranges are ideal for Netball, Tennis and Hockey. Ball bounce, roll and speed and are directly affected by the depth of sand infill during installation and we adjust this infill to achieve variation of ball speed and performance.
The Urban School Multi sports surface offers great durability with the sports grade polypropylene yarn which is made in Australia with state of the art polymer extrusion technology. The UV protected turf will outlast harsh weather conditions and provide a great looking and performing surface suitable for general sports such as Tennis, Netball, Hockey practice, etc.
Quality: Tufted cut pile Premium Tennis Turf
Pile Content: 100% Homo-Polymer, Polyethylene and UV protected
Yarn Type 1: 890 Tex, TPX, Fibrillated
Primary Backing: 100% Woven Polypropylene, U.V. Protected, 141gms
Secondary Backing: Maximum Water Resistant and Ultra Bonding Strength Latex
Pile Height: 19mm
Pile Length: 43mm
Pile Gross Weight: 1085g/m2
Secondary Coating Weight: 650g/m2
Total Weight: 1876/m2
Shipping Weight: 8.8kg/LM
Roll Diameter: 450mm
Machine Gauge: 3/8” (9.52mm)
Stitch Rate Per Metre: 270
No. Stitches/SQM: 28,350
No. Pile Per SQM: 56,700
Colour: Green, Rust, Blue, White, Yellow
Infill Material: Washed & Dried Silica Sand
Grade (mm): 0.3 to 1.0 or if budget permits 7c
Application rate: 20kg/ m2
Warranty: This product comes with a 7 year manufacturer’s warranty protecting the consumer’s product against UV protection failure, manufacturer’s workmanship, primary and secondary backing failure, unreasonable product deterioration under normal usage circumstances. This warranty does not cover misuses, negligence, incorrect installation methods or use of non specified chemicals on the surface.