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Performance Changes at a 10 year old Hardwood Practice Facility


May 7, 2019 0 comments Technical

Traditionally, architects and owners have assumed that hardwood courts maintain the safety, comfort and uniformity that was present at the installation for the life of the court. This is a summary from a study requested by the owner to determine … Continued

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Head Impact Studies


February 5, 2019 0 comments Technical

I have been researching head injuries as they relate to Gmax and HIC testing over the past week or so. I was working on a paper for a client and needed to explain how HIC is related to head injuries … Continued

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A Tale of Two Reports


January 9, 2019 0 comments Technical

This article highlights differences between what we reported to a school with an aging turf field and the report from a firm that provided testing and inspections as well as provides maintenance and remediation services. ASET Services in a 3rd … Continued

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Indoor Sport Surfaces: Area Deflection Requirements of Key Standards


October 22, 2018 0 comments Technical

This is the 3rd in a series of posts focusing with the requirements of key standards for indoor sports flooring. Globally Area Deflection is the most controversial property of sport surfaces. That is the very reason why the EU decided … Continued

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Indoor Sport Surfaces: Vertical Deformation Requirements of Key Standards


October 19, 2018 0 comments Technical

Vertical deformation is one of the common properties used to specify the performance of indoor sport surfaces. Currently there are several standards that reference this property to define the comfort and performance features of indoor sports surfaces. ASET developed this … Continued

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Indoor Sport Surfaces: Force Reduction Requirements of Key Standards


October 18, 2018 0 comments Technical

Currently there are several standards used to specify the comfort and performance features of indoor sports surfaces. ASET developed this document to help owners and architects compare the requirements of one standard to another. The information within this post may … Continued

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Introduction to Synthetic Turf Fields


June 5, 2018 0 comments Technical

Several nearby schools have expressed interest in synthetic turf fields. Some of them reached out to ASET Services for more information. Over the past 6 months, ASET has developed an educational document that serves as an introduction to synthetic fields. … Continued

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Synthetic Turf Repairs Don’t Always Make the Field Better


April 18, 2018 0 comments Technical

I was recently conducting a field test and inspection of an 8 to 10 year old turf field. The field like many had been repaired several times during its life, and like many I suspect it was only ever tested … Continued

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The performance of a “DIN Certified” hardwood court 8 years after installation.


February 27, 2018 0 comments Technical

Have you ever wondered how a hardwood sport surface will perform after 10, 20 or 30 years? That has been a topic of interest within ASET Services for a number of years. We recently had the opportunity to explore this … Continued

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Sports Surface Testing 106: Rolling Load


January 19, 2018 0 comments Technical

This article provides owners and architects with a review of the Rolling Load testing that is included in EN 14904, as well as the legacy standard DIN 18032-2. These rolling load tests are both designed to determine how the sport … Continued

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