Over 3,500 tennis courts renovated since January 2000
After using the systems that the general trade use to pressure clean tennis courts and realising how limited they were on tennis courts we designed and developed (At a cost of £48,000) a system which relies on a high volume of water and lower pressures to achieve a full deep pressure clean. This improves the operation by
Having lower water pressures so therefor not damaging the surface
Getting deeper into the surface and removing more moss & algae
Its fully mechanised so avoiding operator error (So prevalent when you are just using a pressure lance to clean surfaces with)
Dramatically increases the efficiency of removing the loose moss /algae
Cleaning with a Lance :- Alan explains the normal trade use of a lance to pressure clean a tennis court surface and its limitations and why he developed his own system based on high volumes of water to reduce the pressure required. This system gives the accuracy required to maximise the effectiveness of the cleaning on various types of court surface.
Importance of Nozzle types :- Alan explains the science behind he types of nozzles which deliver the water to the surface and how these have different hole sizes and spray patterns.
Each type of court surface uses a different type of nozzle which is set an exact distance above the ground.
Volume of Water :- Alan explains the reason behind using equipment the equipment which delivers high volumes of water and how this alters the efficiency of the cleaning operation.