Padel M | Structure
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Structure

Padel Courts are completely enclosed, with wire meshing and glass walls.

 

The back walls should be 33ft across (interior measurement) and 10ft high. Additionally there should be a 3ft high wire mesh fence above the solid wall making the total height of the backs of the court 13ft.

 

The side walls are also made up of both a solid (glass) wall and wire meshing.

 

The metal structure is made of steel, cold-formed, and providing the structure of the enclosure required to withstand the pressures to which it will be subjected. The structure is also reinforced by resistant elements to avoid potential warping, bending or sagging of the .47″ thick tempered glass and court meshes. The frames forming the mesh play area is fixed to the rigid vertical columns by bolted joints. The areas of galvanised metal are primed with Aqua-phobic Primer.

 

Wire mesh enclosure for forming glass track fabricated from freestanding structured frameworks high quality pre-galvanized steel 6.5ft, with tubes and  6.5ft height plaforized  mesh and finish, with zinc primer and lacquer baked at 392º with high performance thermoplastic type PLASCOAT PPA 571 ES (Protection System offers strength 1000h salt spray). Reinforcing screws in stainless steel.