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Rust on padel courts: causes and solutions

A comprehensive analysis of all the causes that lead a padel court to rust with a focus on remedies and Fiberglass padel courts, the ultimate solution to this problem.

It’s undeniable that padel is now a reality that’s taking the world by storm! It’s becoming increasingly popular in every corner of the globe and in any context. The reasons for this phenomenon are clear: the sport is easy to learn for people of any age or physical condition, and it’s full of fun! Secondly, an aspect that should definitely be analyzed lies in the versatility of the padel court, a type of sports facility that is easily adaptable to a wide variety of contexts due to its small size and because it requires less maintenance than other infrastructures. This is great news for clubs and facilities looking to make the most of their space!

But not all that glitters is gold! Perhaps in this case it could be rust!

Puns aside, while it is true that a padel court does not tend to require a very high level of maintenance, it is equally true that in outdoor solutions, especially near the sea, rust is definitely a factor that not only damages the aesthetics of the padel court, but also impacts the structure, safety, and initiates a domino effect that no padel club would want to deal with.

Solutions to prevent the padel courts from rusting

What are the solutions on the padel court market to remedy the problem? Let’s look at them!

Solutions to prevent the padel courts from rusting

The first thing to mention is the materials used to make these amazing structures. The vast majority of courts in the world are made of iron, steel, or aluminum, all of which are subject to oxidation and thus to the formation of rust, which, if at first it will merely damage the aesthetics of the structure, will lead to irreversible damage to the padel court as time progresses, resulting in structural failure and damage to the welds and screws that can even cause the glass of the court to break.

One of the most popular solutions among manufacturers of iron courts is galvanizing. This process provides excellent results, but it can be quite lengthy and expensive, depending on the level and quality with which it is performed. In fact, there are different grades of galvanizing and additional processes to make the structure even stronger.

The only thing to watch out for is the possibility of cracking the galvanizing layer. Even a single crack is enough for moisture to start penetrating inside the structure, initiating the corrosion process from the inside.

Is that all there is to it? Absolutely not! Is there a permanent solution? Absolutely! Since the end of 2022, a new padel court manufacturer has entered the market with a leg to stand on to provide an answer and a definitive solution to the problem of rust on padel courts. They’ve patented a product that in addition to this provides an endless series of benefits for all stakeholders gravitating around this industry: padel court installers, players, club managers.

Club Med Les Boucaniers in Martinique is a clear and blatant testimony to all of this: Six impressive Fiberglass Padel Courts right by the ocean in a truly dream location

We’re talking about NXPadel and their incredible Fiberglass Padel Courts! This innovative material is a game-changer in the industry, and it is chemically rust-proof. Fiberglass is the magic ingredient that makes up all the components of the structure of NXPadel’s courts (meshes, poles, beams). It’s a material composed of sheets of thermo-plastics that have been hardened, ennobled, and reinforced by glass fiber, creating a 100 percent rust-proof compound that requires no additional processing.

Fiberglass Padel Courts can be installed in any location, at any latitude, and in any weather conditions, and they won’t affect the aesthetics of the court in the least! Especially not its safety and durability.

One of their latest projects at Club Med Les Boucaniers in Martinique is a clear and blatant testimony to all of this: Six impressive Fiberglass Padel Courts right by the ocean in a truly dream location! This was a project commissioned for the world leader in the resort and resort industry, and when faced with such a product, they couldn’t have made a better choice.

Now that you have a clear overview of everything involved in having a rusty padel court and all the solutions on the market, you can’t go wrong anymore! Are you ready to embrace innovation and solve this problem forever?

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