Thursday, December 3rd, 2020
Some More Recent Custom Batting Cage Netting and Commercial Baseball Nets
Custom batting cage nets and commercial baseball and softball netting enclosures have always been a very popular product offering from Gourock.com for nearly 20 years, and we specialize in supplying the highest quality custom nets – built to most any particular dimensions needed. Over the last few weeks we have facilitated a good number of custom batting cage nets for a wide variety of different customers, each with a unique set of sizes and features needed for their particular projects. With the winter training season hitting stride, a lot of these baseball and softball nets are going into indoor sports facilities, gymnasiums, private establishments, and residential batting practice areas.
For commercial and organizational clients that Gourock supplies sports netting to, the most popular netting selection for custom batting cage nets is the #36 X 1-3/4″ DuPont type 66-728 Twisted-Knotted Nylon. This is a great baseball and softball netting option for high abrasion installations that expect quite a bit of player traffic throughout daily usage. The #36 DuPont nylon from Gourock.com features a 2.5mm twine thickness, 381 lb./tensile rating, and is 100% Made in USA. When used for custom batting cage nets this material is prepared in a diamond mesh pattern, is black in coloring, and is a netting material that incorporates great ease-of-use which allows for efficient installation at the training location.
At Gourock.com we have always specialized in direct-to-customer e-commerce access of custom netting and custom batting cage nets. Right through our Online Custom Batting Cage Calculator you can order batting cage netting enclosures according to any dimensions that you need. In addition, we also offer many different customized product construction features such as:
- tapers and angles
- entrance doors and openings
- additional rope-lines and bordering needs
- steel rings
- divider panels nets and baffle nets
- notches, open-ends, and shape features
For nets thats require more customized design characteristics, simply contact Gourock directly with your particular requests and we can get working on a specialized and personalized quotation for your project. Our contact page allows for the uploading of diagrams or other files that you wish to forward us, along with space to type a description and context of what you’re aiming for in a custom net. Gourock.com specializes in these types of projects, and can facilitate your quote quickly right back to your preferred email address.
Here are 3 custom batting cage nets that have been quoted, produced, and shipped within the last couple of weeks or so. Each is for a commercial training application, such as a batting cage facility, sports field house location, or baseball/softball organizational installation. Each one of these nets features the #36 X 1-3/4″ knotted nylon netting, along with specific sets of dimensions to properly fit within the existing installation area on-site. Each of these nets also has a 3′ overlapping entrance door installed for easy pass-through into the enclosure area. In addition, they each have different features in the corners and ends of the center-ceiling line. One of these nets includes 6′ long rope tails, while the other 2 nets include 2″ steel rings lashed to the rope bordering of the net. The overall dimensions of each of these 3 latest batting cage nets were: 10′ high X 10′ wide X 57′ long, 15′ high X 15′ wide X 62′ long, and 10′ high X 10′ wide X 100′ long.
Each one of these custom commercial batting cage nets was produced and shipped out within 7 business days of our customer’s order, after we had gone through the quoting and design process with them. These are 100% Made in USA nets, built with expert hand-craftsmanship and using the highest-end DuPont nylon netting.
Many thanks to our very appreciated custom batting cage netting customers! Your continued business is very appreciated and it is our pleasure at Gourock.com to be your dependable netting source!
-Josh Grzyb @ www.gourock.com