Tennis Court Surfaces | Tennis Court Paint | Court Surfaces | Sports
Color Concentrate is a 100% acrylic recreational surface coating designed for tennis court surfaces and other sports. SportMaster Color Concentrate is a specialized tennis court paint with excellent wet adhesion, which is necessary for horizontal surfaces like asphalt and concrete.
Color Concentrate is a fiber filled tennis court paint, with high-quality pigments for fade resistance. SportMaster tennis court surfaces are the official surface of the USPTA, and used around the world for their consistency and ease of use during application. Multiple speeds of play are available with Color Concentrate, as they are tested through the ITF’s pace classification program for tennis court surfaces.
5 Gallon Pail, 30 Gallon Keg, 55 gallon Drum
Yield calculations are based on undiluted gallons of Color Concentrate tennis court surface and will vary according to surface texture and porosity within the limits below:
.05 to .08 gallons per square yard per coat.
Color Concentrate is a tennis court surface, similar to the ColorPlus system, but the pigment is factory mixed so that only addition of sand and water is required. Ideal for painting court surfaces on asphalt, concrete, or exiting acrylic surfaces.
- Tennis Court Surfaces
- Basketball Court Surfaces
- Pickleball, Paddle Tennis, Netball Surfaces
- Athletic Courts, Game Courts, Sport Courts
- Playground and Recreational Surfaces
Tennis court surface must be cleaned entirely of dust, dirt, and debris. Repair of pavement surface defects, depressions and cracks must be completed prior to application of tennis court paint. All repairs must be flush and smooth to adjoining surfaces, before resurfacing.
New asphalt court surfaces must cure 14 to 30 days prior to application. It is recommended that any new or uncoated asphalt surface receive one or more coats of Acrylic Resurfacer (Technical Bulletin CMT – 3) as required by surface roughness and porosity to provide a smooth, dense underlayment for application of colored tennis court surfaces.
New concrete court surfaces must cure 28 days prior to application. Concrete surfaces should have good perimeter drainage, a vapor barrier, and a medium broom finish or similar roughened texture. Etch surface with muriatic or phosphoric acid and apply SportMaster Acrylic Adhesion Promoter (Technical Bulletin CMT – 21), prior to application of tennis court surfacing system.
- Color Concentrate 55 gallons
- Water 28-33 gallons
- Silica Sand 400 lbs.(70 to 90 mesh AFS)
Apply tennis court surfaces with a soft rubber squeegee. A minimum of two coats are recommended. Allow two to four hours drying time between coats.
Stir tennis court surface material thoroughly before using. Temperature must be a minimum of 50°F. and rising before application. Do not apply surface coatings when rain is imminent or forecast. Keep from freezing. Close container when not in use.
Allow each coat of paint to dry thoroughly before applying successive coats. Allow tennis court surfaces to dry 48 hours before opening up for play.
Wash tools in water before material dries. Tennis court surfaces and paint can be cleaned off of tools with water and wire brush if allowed to dry.
Contact your SportMaster representative with additional questions on tennis court surfaces, tennis court paint, or for free referrals to qualified sport surfacing and tennis court construction professionals.