ConiRAce is a revolutionary system among acrylic hard courts.
WHAT IS ConiRAce?
This system consists of a 30mm mixed crushed stone and rubber layer, replacing the classic asphalt layers and the joint-friendly rubber mat used in other systems. As the next element of the system, a cement-based intermediate layer is applied over the entire surface. This is followed in sequence by two coats of acrylic filler coat and one coat of acrylic top coat in the colours requested by the client. This system is more of a "surface elastic" system, with shock absorption capacity of over 30%.
- How is it constructed?
1. Even ground
2. 0/63 fraction crushed stone
3. 0/20 fraction crushed stone
4. 0/8 fraction crushed stone
5. Crushed stone and rubber layer (average 30 mm )
6. Acrylic coats, 1 layer cement-based coat
7. Acrylic layers, 2 layers of filler coat
8. Acrylic layer, 1 layer top coat
— How is it different?
Traditional hard court
Unlike the ConiRAce technology, our traditional, well-established hard courts are based on an asphalt or concrete layer. On top of the subbase there are three types of coverings to choose from, with varying degrees of flexibility and hardness.
Top-class tennis courts at your doorstep!
We use state-of-the-art technology that is specifically designed to be joint-friendly. The quality of the hardcourts is on a par with the courts used at major events in the ITF calendar.
Why choose Rebound Sports?
The world-class Australian REBOUND ACE® and American LAYKOLD® acrylic hardcourts, as well as the Swiss SWISS COURT® hybrid clay tennis courts are distributed and constructed in Hungary by Rebound Sports. All three manufacturers represent world class quality, therefore it is no coincidence that Grand Slam tournaments have been played on these surfaces in the past and present.
What are the advantages of these technologies?
The durability and pleasant playing characteristics of these systems make them the perfect choice for amateur and club players alike. Whether hard surface or hybrid clay tennis courts, the world-class construction makes them suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
— Both in our country and abroad
Hard courts are becoming increasingly popular in Hungary, as the hard surface is ideal for fast, precise play, which is particularly important in tennis, and requires minimal maintenance. Thanks to the technology, we now build flexible hard courts that are particularly easy on the joints. The growing popularity of hard courts is demonstrated by the fact that we have built more than 50 hard courts in Hungary in the last few years.
Why hard courts?
It does not require time-consuming and costly spring maintenance, which can save owners time and money.
Easy to use after rainy weather
Rainy weather is not a hindrance either, as the hard court dries quickly and players can start using the court immediately.
Use all year round
The weather does not affect the use of the court, so players can enjoy tennis all year round.
No need to water
The court does not require regular watering, which reduces water consumption and costs.
No need for clay replacement or track maintenance
Hard courts do not require clay replacement or grinding, so they require less maintenance than traditional clay courts.
If you have any questions
Feel free to contact us!
We will answer all your questions and requests for quotation as soon as possible!
REBOUND SPORTS KFT.
Kacsa utca 5.
+36 1 769 0232