A high jump fan takes the shape of a 180° arc otherwise known as a semi-circle. A common size High Jump fan in schools would be a 9 meter radius with a 2 meter cut off. This will often come in a polymeric surface commonly known as tartan.
The prices of installing these facilities depend on a number of different factors. We can create a bespoke quote which includes all the costs and suits your budget. Things which affect the prices could be:
- Area Size
- Usage Standard – Recreational or Professional
- Additional Equipment
How much to build a High Jump Fan? Learn it here.
The rubber that gives the high jump fan its colour is called EPDM and is available in a number of colours allowing you to personalise the facility, for example it could be that your school colour is green so you decide to use a green EPDM giving you a green high jump fan! We are specialist sport contractors and will look after your project from quote to completion.
The EPDM is usually to a depth of 13mm laid onto a base of macadam onto of type 1 MOT stone. This gives your facility the most even and level finish possible as well as being SUDS compliant. This means that water is able to drain suitably, without overburdening the drains!
We commonly install high jump fans with other athletic facilities. These include long jump pit run up and triple jumps, which take up a similar method of construction. These can also be designed as per the Q26 specification to meet your requirements.
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We are specialist sport contractors and will look after your project from quote to completion. We are confident that we can accommodate any budget as there are many variables we can change to alter the price. For more information on High Jump Fans please contact us through the enquiry form on this page.