Tennis Court Watering
Both grass and clay tennis courts benefit from irrigation systems to ensure the surface is at its best throughout the entire season.
Tennis Packages for Domestic Courts
Our tennis court irrigation systems use the Hunter I range of pop-up sprinklers, these have stainless steel risers and have been designed to withstand the rigors of sports type applications.
The sprinklers are located around the perimeter of the court, away from the actual playing surface.
Discrete pipework and sprinklers
Once under pressure the sprinkler rises out of the ground and waters the playing area in a pre-set arc. Sprinklers operate individually or in groups depending upon the number of courts being watered. Courts adjacent to each other are usually watered together.
Zone control valves are located around the perimeter housed in underground chambers and heavy duty supply pipework link these to the pressure booster set and the sprinklers. Clay courts include high speed sprinklers to allow damping down of the playing surface between sessions.
Fully Automatic System
A Cat 5 pressure booster set provides the pressure and flow required to run the sprinklers and conform to Water Regulations.
An irrigation controller allows automatic timed operation or for clay courts a simple method of switching the system on manually.