Tuesday, February 23, 2016

SAUDI TURF TEAM Indoor Tennis Courts

SAUDI TURF TEAM Indoor Tennis Courts

Surfacing indoor tennis courts can have a few challenges not common to outdoor tennis court resurfacing. Indoor courts do not have to contend with outdoor enemies like UV rays and harsh weather, but some indoor conditions can wreak havoc, even for the SAUDI ARABIA experienced sport surfacing professional.

Acrylic sport surfaces IN SAUDI ARABIA are water-based, and dry by evaporation. Water is the vehicle that allows the heavy coating solids to be applied. Once the coating is applied, the water begins to evaporate. If there is not adequate ventilation in the facility, the water can be trapped in the airspace above the courts and slow down the drying of the surfaces. This can cause a "marbled" look on the coating, resulting in light and dark areas.

Poor ventilation and cooler outside temperatures can also create problems by causing condensation to "rain" down onto the courts. If the inside temperatures are warmer and the ceiling is cool from colder outside temperatures, the moisture can drip onto the partially cured surface, creating blemishes. To prevent both of these issues, make sure to turn on heating or air conditioning systems to draw humidity out of the air. Open any available vents, doors, and windows to allow an escape route for moisture.IN SAUDI ARABIA Industrial fans can also be rented and help to circulate the air, as well as push moisture out when placed at exterior doors.

1 comment :

  1. While installing indoor tennis surface, we are facing many challenges in comparison to outdoor tennis surface. We can't build clay surface in indoor courts, we should go for rubber and synthetic courts. Here this article describes acrylic surface and other related types of surface for indoor courts. Thanks for such a wonderful article with useful instructions.
    Acrylic tennis court