Branding and screening specialist Sunbaba has developed the ideal solution to make tennis club and championship branding as green as the windbreaks themselves with its Austronet material which offers a sustainable and cost effective solution.
The company has been supplying the iconic Queens Club with its dark green tennis windbreaks for over a decade but in that time has only just replaced the original windbreaks. This is due to its Austronet fabric's close mesh knitted net which makes gives it longevity making it more sustainable.
Austronet is lightweight, air permeable and highly durable making it ideal for outdoor solutions as it can withstand the elements. Sunbaba last supplied the Queens Club with its 24 windbreaks in 2001 which were made from 204 UV Austronet in dark green in various sizes, the largest being 27m X 2. These remained in perfect condition up until the beginning of 2010 when the club replaced its pervious order to freshen up the windbreaks ahead of the tennis season and the AEGON 2010 championships in June.
Graham Kimpton Grounds Manager at the Queens Club said: "Sunbaba's Austronet screens meet every demand that we have from our tennis screens. They are lightweight, very durable and extremely robust and always finished to the highest standard. We first purchased them almost ten years ago and those screens were long lasting and excellent value for money which is why we had no hesitation in using them again. I would recommend them to anyone who needs a top quality product at very competitive prices."
Sunbaba's Managing Director Jan Booth explained: This is a great solution as it is much more environmentally friendly and sustainable form of branding in comparison to traditional materials and can saves clubs money through not needing to replace them for long periods of time.
"It is however important that during any months when the windbreaks are not in use that they are stored properly in a dry place, rolled and with nothing stacked on top of it to ensure maximum longevity. If they are printed they must be totally dry before storing."