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Indoor Sports Linemarking (PE 594/50)

Direct from the Department of Education School Sports 406 and 584 packages, the Department allows for 7 courts to be painted for sports activities. The official list comprises:
  • 1 x main basketball court
  • 1 x volleyball court
  • 4 x badminton courts
  • 1 x five a side football – set of penalty and goal circlesIndoor Sports Linemarking
Some scenarios to watch out for if you are considering a new floor:

1. Paint/ Varnish compatibilty- a test should be carried out using proposed paints to ensure they do not have adverse reaction – a sample piece of the floor and varnish can be provided to the prospective lining company to allow adequate testing.

2. Will the lines require sealing? No. Traditionally, sports line marking has taken place long after the hall has been handed over to schools so the courts are painted and not ‘sealed’. Sealing the lines does not necessarily guarantee them for years of use. Where practical, the lines should be painted just after the floor is laid

Ordering Sports Line Marking.

We are often asked how how it costs to line mark ONE sports court for a school or sports club. The answer and reality is that, it’s much better value for the school or sports club to get a number of sports courts marked at the same time, within reason and according to the sports they play. The main reason being the cost of labour.

Sports Hall Divider Curtains (PE 594/39)
Sports Hall Divisional Curtain

Used predominantly in schools to allow separate sporting activities simultaneously. A divider curtain is part of the DoES PE594 sports equipment list. See specification below. A physical, as well as visual barrier, curtains can be installed at most locations in a sports hall photos. A guide price would start from €1,750 (ex Vat).
Divisional Net c/w Hanging Bag, Department of Education Specification:
Net: Width and height (determined by size of hall) , lower section 2 m green canvas, remainder in 22 mm K-K green mesh nylon netting. All best quality knotless nylon, corded top and both sides with 50 mm
protective canvas, band at bottom with wall bag. Lanyards, for ease of adjustment. To be fitted at appropriate centres across the full width of Hall. Flame retardant canvas and netting. Note: Larger mesh size is not suitable as it will allow the penetration of
shuttles etc. to adjacent courts.
Trackway: To comply with BS 1892-2.11: 1989. Extruded aluminium section. Length determined by size of hall. Complete with levelling hangers, trolleys, net clips and fixings. Trackway to be rigidly fixed in such a way that no vertical or horizontal movement is possible.Sports Hall Divider Netting
Note: Normally the net is suspended underneath a central main roof structural steel member which is accessible and not obstructed by light fittings and radiant panels. Roof drawings should be made available to PE Supplier to confirm that this is so.

Contact Fitness Functions.

If you require additional sports court line marking information please do not hesitate to contact us. Email our digital marketing manager; niall@fitnessfunctions.ie. We look forward to your email.

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