#36 HDPE Batting Cage Net
Our HDPE #36 net is among the best batting cage nets. Excellent choice for a high-end backyard net, but also perfectly suitable for commercial applications! We have sold thousands of these cages to colleges, professional baseball teams, and municipalities.
5x7 Net Backdrop
Extend the life of your batting cage with our heavy-duty netting backdrop. This panel is 5' wide x 7' tall and is designed to take the repeated impact from pitching machines.
1-5/8" O.D Powder Coated Galvanized Steel Poles
Our commercial batting cage frames are constructed with 1-5/8" outside diameter galvanized powder-coated steel tubing. Please...compare the tubing diameter before you buy! Many companies sell frames with much smaller tubing. If your batting cage frame will be exposed to the wind, you will need at least 1-5/8" outside diameter tubing. Our powder-coated black holds up very well to intense sun or rain and looks great for years.
7x7 Standard L-Screen
Our standard L-Screen has been around for many years. Featuring heavy-duty 1.5″ O.D. steel tubing with locking snap-pin construction, it is easy to assemble and store in the off-season. The non-reflective black powder-coated finish looks fantastic and protects against the elements.
The size of the footprint is different from the net size. This cage's frame is larger than the net size to give some space between the net and poles. If you select a net size of 12ft wide, your ground sleeves will be placed at 14ft 9in wide. If you select a net size of 14ft wide, you will place them at 16ft wide. For the length, add 2ft to the net size.
Example: A 12ft W x 55ft L net size will have a 14ft 9in W x 55ft L total footprint.
Concrete or Concrete-Free Ground Sleeves
The ground sleeves are necessary if you plan on taking your frame down during the off-season. Ground sleeves significantly add to the stability of your batting cage frame.
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Disclaimer: Weather-related damage (wind, snow, etc.) to batting cage poles is not covered or considered a defect.