Iron Horse Ultra Batting Cage System
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The Iron Horse is BCI’s newest shoebox style batting cage system. Powerfully filling the gap between our Commercial and Mastodon systems. Combining strength and stability with a small footprint, and easy installation. The Iron Horse stands strong without sacrificing space or flexibility.
The Iron Horses' strength begins with a 4” steel frame at each end of the cage. The frame comes ready to accept our tension hardware and cable system. This system ensures our KVX200 Nets will hang properly without significant sag.
Stability for the Iron Horse is a function of our engineering and design teams' industry-leading innovation. When our cabling system is tightened, the top of the cage will fall inwards, and the bottom will kick out away from the tension. We combat this movement with an innovative back-bracing system. Unlike a typical brace that extends out away from the cage, our system runs parallel towards the center to create a stable four-point platform, while saving you space.
Concrete Free: Using our 18” Heavy Duty Ground Stakes, the Iron Horse is easy to install. No holes, cement or special tools are required, provided that your soil conditions are suitable. Stakes will not have sufficient holding power in sand, fresh fill, nor overly saturated ground.
Concrete: This batting cage can be securely installed using j-bolts for anchoring into concrete.
Included in this package:
- #42 KVX200™ Bear Trap Net
- Bata 2 Pitching machine (combo)
- 4” OD powder coated steel poles
- 16 heavy duty ground stakes or 16 J-bolts
- Includes all required hardware for setup
- Vinyl backdrop w/ 2 hanging cords
- Available Lengths: 35', 55’ or 70'
- Available Widths: 12' or 14'
- The height of each cage is: 12'
- 4" OD steel frame
- Concrete or concrete free installation
Note: This item is shipped on a pallet that weighs over 1,000 lbs. Each Iron Horse is shipped with a bottle of matching touch up paint to address blemishes that may occur in transit.
Disclaimer: Weather related damage (wind, snow, etc.) to batting cage poles are not covered or considered a defect.