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Unlike other manufacturers, we started in the pros and have extended that level of quality and support to all of our products and all of our customers. If you have a question or would like to get in touch, fill out the following form, or call us at 1-888-230-0494.
What is the difference between HDPE and Nylon netting?
At the same twine size, Nylon is a stronger material than High Density Polyethylene (HDPE). HPDE is naturally waterproof, UV-resistant, and will not rot, making it ideal for outdoor use. Nylon netting is also UV-resistant and has a waterproof coating. Both will work well indoors and out, but HDPE will typically last longer outdoors. Nylon is the material of choice for heavy duty use.
What twine size do I need for my batting cage?
See our twine comparison chart below to determine the best twine size for your needs.
|Material type||Breaking strength||Material description and usage|
|#15 Nylon netting||144 lbs||Minimum for batting cages with light use.|
|#42 Nylon netting||407 lbs||Heavy-duty material used by teams and training facilities.|
|#21 HDPE netting||128 lbs||Light duty grade for moderate use. Works well outdoors.|
|#30 HDPE netting||167 lbs||Medium grade material for heavier use. Works well outdoors.|
|#42 HDPE netting||220 lbs||Heavy-duty material used by teams and training facilities. Works well outdoors.|
Still unsure what will work best? Contact our customer service at 1-888-230-0494 for assistance.
What golf clubs can I use with the Swing Cage Pro and Swing Cage PVC?
You can use all of your clubs in both versions of the Swing Cage, from drivers to putters. The 10' x 10' x 10' net and frame of our Swing Cage is large enough to accommodate a full swing with all golf clubs and the combination of cage and impact panel will absorb the force of your shots.