Baseball Field Net

Market: Sports & Safety
Product type: Field Safety Net
Applications: Baseball Spectator Safety
Lead time: 10 to 15 Days
The main purpose of the Baseball Field Net is to prevent baseballs from leaving the field and thus reduce unforeseen losses and damage
  • The baseball field net serves as a boundary for balls hit into the field, thus allowing the player to retrieve them more easily.
  • The net has the added advantage of protecting all objects outside the field. 
  • The net can be custom made and generally requires a group installation with a ladder. 
  • This product is ideal for municipal park managers as well as school field managers wishing to improve the safety of their baseball field.

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Characteristics

Average Lifespan: Average Lifespan: 15 years and up
Installation: Can be installed indoors and outdoors
Installation Complexity: We recommend having professionals take care of the installation using heavy equipment (ie. Scissor Lift)
Modular Net: Multiple nets can be attached together
Safe Net: Maximises safety of users and non users (spectators, passers-by, etc)
Incognito Net: Has little impact on match viewing
Local Product: Product made by hand in Quebec
Maintenance: Remove, dry and store before winter

Manufacturing

Manufacture details: Net is made by hand with a single weaving of the
twine
to fix the net and the rope
The finished product has extra ropes (free or looped) at every extremity in order to faciliate installation
  • Material:
    Knotless
    Nylon
    Netting
Manufacture options: It is possible to sow a
fabric
on the perimiter of the net to increase its durability and finshing. We can also add eylets to facilitate installation

Users

  • Outdoor Practice Center
  • Municipal Parc
  • Semi-Professional Sports Team
  • Professional Sports Team
  • Sports Competition
  • Sports Competition Organizer
  • High School
  • College
  • University
  • Municipality
  • Parc Manager

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