Tennis Courts – Cushion Acrylic (Tru-Flex)

The Tru-flex Cushion system incorporated into the Tru-flex coating is a surface that was developed in America many years ago. It is generally regarded as one of the finest cushion systems available world wide. As many as nine cushion coats (12 coats all together) give an excellent cushion system for tired legs.

Tru-flex cushion coats shall be applied to the playing area. The Tru-flex cushion is an acrylic cushion coat consisting of rubber particles and fillers carefully blended with an acrylic emulsion to create a cushion type of coloured surface when used as part of the Tru-flex system. The Tru-flex surface has a pleasing, uniform texture and adds resilience to an asphalt or concrete surface. The Tru-flex cushion is available in the same colour as the companion products in the Tru-flex colour coating system. The surface is not affected by heat or cold and possesses a high degree of breathing ability, enabling normal moisture to pass up through a vapour, without causing any rupturing of the colour surface.

The Tru-flex cushion is rapidly becoming the number one playing surface throughout the world. Literally tens of thousands of courts have adopted the Tru-flex cushion system. Applied as a figure 8 over the playing area, this surface has the combined effect of not only playing extremely well but being soft underfoot.

PYMBLE LADIES COLLEGE  PYMBLE  NSW

PYMBLE LADIES COLLEGE PYMBLE NSW

SYDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL SYDNEY

SYDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL SYDNEY

PRIVATE COURT CENTRAL COAST NSW

PRIVATE COURT CENTRAL COAST NSW

In 2005 Recreational Surfacing Pty Ltd was chosen to revamp the Sydney International Tennis Centre. The product chosen was the cushion system Rebound Ace which was subsequently laid.

Excavation

Excavation

Concrete Pour

Concrete Pour

Laying Surface

Laying Surface

Completed Courts

Completed Court


TRU-FLEX REFERENCES

Cheltenham Girls School
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Willoughby Girls School
2
Rose Bay Convent
6
Christian Bros Burwood
2
PLC Pymble
9
St Catherine’s School
4
Shore School
4
Sydney Boys High
4
Sydney Anglican Schools
15
Ascham Girls School
5
Riverview College
9
Penrose Tennis Club
4
University of NSW
6
Burwood Council
Inaburra High School
2
Queenwood Girls School
4
Ravenswood Girls School
4
Peninsular Grammar
2
St Clares College Waverley
3
Oak Flats Tennis Club
2
The Kings School
14
Scots College
5
(basketball)
6
Sydney Grammar School
8
Barker College
8
Bede Polding College
6
Terrigal Tennis Club
2
Hornsby/Killara Association
6
Tumut Tennis Association
4
Wollongong Tennis Association
12
Braidwood Tennis Club
4
Forster Tennis Association
10
Erowal Bay Tennis Club
3
Clarence Tennis Association
2
Gallagher Civil Engineering
3
Copacabana Tennis Club
2
W McNamara Pty Ltd
2
Manly Warringah Tennis Assoc
10
Condux Pty Ltd
2
Department Sport & Recreation:
Richard Crooks & Associates
4
Jindabyne
4
Concord Council
6
Narrabeen
12
Marrickville Council
15
Wagga Wagga
2
Civil & Civic Pty Ltd
4
Astra Chemicals
2
Sporting Services Construction
16
Multiplex Contracting
6
Lae Golf Club PNG
4
Stewart Bros
4
Taree City Council
12
George Kypreos Const
2
St Paul’s Manly
2
Gosford City Council
35
Loretto Girls School Kirribilli
4
Australian Embassy Laos
1
Liverpool City Council
12
City of Sydney Council
65
Trinity Grammar
4
Central Coast Grammar
4
St Gregorys College
4
Castle Hill High School
4
Wattle Grove Public School
Five Dock Public School
Asquith Public School
Northbridge Public School
Beaumond Road Public School
Lindfield Public School
Barker College
11
Knox College
4

The 4 courts for Ravenswood were surfaced in 1978 and resurfaced in 1990. The 6 courts for Hornsby/Killara were first surfaced in 1978, resurfaced in 1984 and resurfaced again in 1991. The 12 courts for Wollongong Tennis Association were first surfaced in 1978, resurfaced in 1985 and resurfaced again in 1992. 2 courts for Lower Clarence Tennis Association, Yamba were first surfaced in 1980 and resurfaced in 1992. 10 courts for Manly Warringah Tennis Association were first surfaced in 1982 and resurfaced in 1991. 12 courts for Department Sport and Recreation, Narrabeen Fitness Centre were first surfaced in 1979, resurfaced in 1985 and resurfaced again in 1992. 9 courts for Pymble Ladies College. These were done over a period of 6 years. 7 courts for Frencham Girls School first surfaced in 1984 and resurfaced in 1992. 4 courts for Sydney Boys High were first surfaced in 1977 and resurfaced in 1989. 5 courts for the Macquarie University were first surfaced in 1978 and resurfaced in 1988.

Please note also we have surfaced numerous courts for Tennis Associations, private individuals and Councils.

 

There are many colour options. Simply click the colour disc and see for yourself:

 

Video Camera Tru-Flex - Click Here to Watch the Video

 


RECREATIONAL SURFACING PTY LIMITED

WILLIAM MORTLOCK

Managing Director

Director Sports Contractors Association Limited of Australia