Pressure Cleaning, Washing MUGA Sports Surfacing

After arriving on site all equipment to be used is moved into sports surface enclosure. This is usually surrounded by fencing, if the court is not enclosed hazard tape is put around the work zone. If in a public place notices will be put up warning people of work. The cleaning process uses a high pressure petrol engine cleaner, similar to ones which can be readily hired from a hire shop by the general public. General safety precautions include safety goggles, wellingtons, waterproof clothing, ear defenders, and gloves. Additionally safety precautions from manufacturer of pressure cleaner have also been studied and training in use of equipment practised. This ensuring a minimum amount of risk to user or public. Water is brought to a water bowser usually via hosepipe. If this is in a public place notices are placed and any tripping hazards masked using duck tape where possible. These standard measures have had a 100% success in that know injuries have occurred in over ten year of trading and therefore the cleaning process can be classed as no risk.

Pressure Cleaning Courts

Once the tennis court or MUGA has been cleaned new sports line marking or colour coating can be installed. Whether the colour coat is acrylic paint, polyurethane anti slip paint, sports-cote excel, sports-cote premium, sports-cote moisture cure or another polyspray then it might need to have a binder coating applied prior to the sports coating. Please do not hesitate to phone our head office on 01625 445760 or fill in our contact form if you need any help on funding, budgets, quotes, prices, costs, designs, specification, specify a product, suppliers, contractors, maintenance, repairs or site surveys

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