Zaun’s advantage tennis court fencing system can withstand heavy use while allowing easy viewing of the on-court action. Unfortunately, the use of chain-link fencing for tennis courts is a classic example of how the lowest cost does not equal the best value. Easily cut with pliers, people gain access to hours by snipping the fence, encouraging the courts’ inappropriate use, and making them an eyesore. Chain-link also deforms quickly, especially when people lean against it in between play.
Advantage Tennis court fencing system is ideally positioned behind the serving line and uses a 42.85mm x 200mm twin wire mesh. Resulting in an extremely durable court perimeter and enhancing the area in which it is situated. The mesh aperture also means that there is no chance of the ball passing through the fence, a problem that can occur behind the serving line with more common 50mm x 200mm mesh.
Advantage Tennis has been developed to overcome the rattle that so many residents object to. Every 200mm to the lower 1.2m high impact area ensures minimum movement between the panel and post with fixings. Furthermore, each fixing uses a synthetic EPDM insert to insulate the panel from the post and reduce noise by circa 29%.
All Zaun posts/panels/gates and painted auxiliary components (for example, clamp-bars, slide bolts etc.) benefit from a protective zinc layer and electrostatically applied polyester powder coating to BS1722 p16. Care is taken with pre-treatment to ensure sound adhesion between the zinc and paint layers. In a UK C1 environment, as defined in ISO 12944 p2, this should ensure a useful life expectancy of the fence of at least 15-20 years. Life expectancy in all environments can be extended by maintaining the fencing with regular washing. Useful life will be reduced if the fencing is damaged. Any coating damage should be repaired to reduce the effect on useful life.
Enhanced painting systems such as marine coatings are also available for improved life expectancy in C2-C5M environments.
For a full list of standard colours, click here
The Advantage Tennis sports double wire mesh fencing system features a post, EPDM rubber inserts and clamp bar configuration, providing a simple and easy installation method. Supplied with vandal-proof security fixings and installed using either power or hand tools.
Panels may be stepped in increments of 30mm as required within the clamp bar system. It is recommended that the taller panels are either partially buried or additional posts are used for steeper gradients.
Posts are available in different lengths to accommodate panel heights and ground conditions. Additional variations are also available:
It is recommended that a safety channel or capping strip is applied to protect people from the sharp edges of the mesh for low-level fences.
Pedestrian gates are single leaf 1.2m wide (or width to suit), framed in a 50mm x 50mm RHS with Zaun Duo8 mesh welded inside the frame, with slide latch. Gate supplied with rubber bump stop and 2 x suitable gate posts.
Vehicle access gates are double leaf (single leaf vehicle gates available) 3.0m wide (or width to suit), framed in 50mm x 50mm RHS, with Zaun Duo8 mesh welded inside the frame, with drop bolts and slide latch. Gate supplied with rubber bump stop and 2 x suitable gate posts.
Samples of Zaun Advantage Tennis are available upon request. To request your free sample, please click here.
|Height:||3030mm Note: Other heights are also available upon request|
|Mesh Size:||200mm x 42.85mm|
|Wire Diameter:||6mm Verticals & 2 x 8mm Horizontals|
|Top Edge Projection:||None (Flush on all edges)|
|Post Sizes:||80 x 40|
|Clamp Bar Size:||40 x 5mm|
|Fixing Centres:||200mm to lower 1.2m, 400mm above|
|Fixings:||Anti Tamper Security Fixings|
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