Outdoor Supreme Court
Supreme Court is scientifically engineered with a durable 8-ply construction.
This exclusive technology is used to manufacture seamless courts at standard
measurements of 60 ft. x 120 ft. The finished composite provides superior
durability and performance for outdoor playing surfaces.
Outdoor Supreme Court provides these important advantages:
Playing Characteristics - provides excellent traction, true ball bounce and optimum spin reception. Surface allows changes in court speed and ball behavior, with most applications utilizing the "medium" court speed. Comfort - offers resiliency and consistency. The firm cushioned support underfoot allows longer and more enjoyable play. The protection against the chance of injuries is well documented.
Lasting Wearability - dimensionally stable and moisture proof, sheds water quickly, stands up to harsh weather conditions, and is unaffected by temperature changes. Won't crack, peel, delaminate, or develop problems that typically occur with concrete and other hard surfaces. Can't rot or mildew.
Low-Maintenance - watering, sweeping, patching, or rebuilding rarely needed. Debris can be easily blown or swept oft. Dirt and stains wash away with water, and a mild detergent can be applied to remove stubborn stains.
1. Foam Cushion: 100% PVC of combined open and closed cell structures. Channeled to allow escape of hydrostatic pressure and undersurface heat buildup. This mildew-proof, water resistance bottom layer releases entrapped air to pop up and move the surface with the contact pressure of tennis balls and shoes.
2. Back Coat: 100% PVC Provides a semi-rigid platform for the foam cushion and bonds the face to the backing layers.
3. Base Fabric: Square woven, high strength polypropylene monofilament fibers. This fabric is penetrated by loose, random fibers which extend above and below the fabric for reinforcement of adjoining layers.
4. Face Coat: Pure plasticized polyvinyl chloride, formulated for outdoor performance and for control of the ball bounce.
5. Seam Weld: Once seams are cut and matched, this chemical weld securely bonds seam edges and waterproofs them.
6. Seam Reinforcement: Woven fiberglass scrim, bonded over the seam surface. Its reinforcement strength exceeds 25 lbs. per inch.
7. Barrier Coat: A thin liquid film coating. This transition coat is necessary to protect the Finish Coats from chemically reacting to PVC undercoating ingredients, and to seam the Seam Weld. As this Barrier Coat is applied, the Seam Reinforcement Scrim is permanently embedded into the liquid, further enhancing overall composite strength.
8. Finish Coats: Two layers of sand-filled pure polymer coating are spread and feathered over seams and scrim. This is followed by two more complete top coats of sand-filled pure polymer coating spread over the entire court.
"When you play with the best, you are the winner."