SCP Non Turf Match Pitch Case Study
Here at Stuart Canvas we pride ourselves on our Non Turf skills. We Use the latest tools and dual grade laser during our installations and strive to exceed the guidelines set out by the ECB with our SCP Pro match pitch system. A typical installation would follow the process below.
The system is marked out and the correct positioning is confirmed and signed off by the club. We then use a dual grade laser to confirm the gradients and to ensure the system complies with the ECB guidelines. The laser is also used to ensure our excavation and base formation is uniformed.
The system is then excavated to the design specification. Stuart Canvas ensure that this process is done methodically, this minimises the amount of travel time our plant crosses your outfield or playing field, to avoid causing unnecessary damage.
Once the base has been excavated the formation layer is then consolidated . The excavation depth is then checked using the dual grade laser.
Once the base levels have been confirmed we then import the required amount of secondary layer, stone aggregate.
When the secondary layer has been leveled it is then rolled and consolidated. The dual grade laser is then used to confirm the secondary layer depth and to ensure there has been no movement during compaction.
A dynamic primary layer is then imported, which is compacted and leveled until it falls within the ECB guidelines. As this is the final playing surface, Stuart Canvas always strives to exceed the surface level requirements.
The SCP 12 performance shockpad is laid out and secured to the base. The SCP PRO carpet is then positioned and fixed at one end, it will then be tensioned and secured to the base around the remaining sides, leaving the system ready for use.