Coating materials should be 100% acrylic emulsions, formulated with acrylic resins, mineral fillers, color fast pigments, and approved silica sand. Both filler and finish coats should be fully pigmented, assuring the owner a uniform finish and consistent color throughout.
Colored Texture Coats
Once the surface has been properly prepared and has cured, the next step is the application of the texture materials as recommended by the manufacturer of the color finish system to achieve a uniform texture on the court.
The final coat may or may not contain aggregate, depending upon the finish desired. It is recommended that, wherever feasible, the finish coat be applied parallel to the net in the inbounds area.
Color finish systems may, at the owner’s option, include resilient layers. Proper installation in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations is of prime importance.
Each layer of the cushion will improve the final performance and comfort of the court surface. Consult a qualified contractor, engineer, or architect to assist in selecting the most appropriate system and the most effective method of application. This will assure the owner of the desired resilience and playing quality.
Our ultra-premium tennis surface provides unsurpassed resilience, flexibility, and ultra-violet resistance. The system provides players a unique low abrasive texture reducing wear on shoes, balls, and more importantly your body. The system brings an unmatched level of beauty, longevity and toughness to the game with brilliant U.V. resistant pigments, durable high solid acrylics and over thirty years of proven performance. The Surface is classified as medium pace by the ITF (International Tennis Federation).
Minimum Application Temperature is 50°F and rising.
The application is with a neoprene rubber squeegee.
The surface is not hazardous* and is free of lead, mercury, asbestos and formaldehyde.
*According to standards in place at the time this document was created, this product is rated non-hazardous