Most hammer cages are easily susceptible to damage. Poles get dented and nets become torn by implement impact. Cages that have low wind ratings spend most of their life in an unusable condition because the net is lowered. Throwers are then limited to when they can train and the cage becomes labour intensive to make usable.
Play Hard Sports has two athletic hammer throw cages that will provide a better experience for everyone.
Both cages feature:
- Wind rated to 100 km/h – nets can remain erected in strong winds.
- Reduced number of support poles – for better vision and reduced risk of implement damage.
- Custom labels
- Choice of 12 colours (two pac gloss paint finish).
Thor 9 Hammer Cage Description
|9m x 3m gates, 7 metre high perimeter.
|Gate pivot distance
|4.2m from circle centre.
|Rope and resin composite tube.
|Swing arm open and closing ropes and snap hook at ground anchors.
|No. of poles
|3 - Fewer support poles, which is more aesthetically pleasing.
|Rope disc cleats and pulley wheel.
|Combination of steel, aluminium and fibre composites.
|3 sleeves and removable hinged base plates, 14 rope anchors
|Choice of 12 colours (two pac gloss paint finish).
|44mm square mesh, 5mm woven poly cord with 350kg breaking strain, black (green optional), UV stable, World Athletics certified.
|Net rails all round.
|8mm black woven polypropolyne.
|Net can remain erected up to 100 km/h.
|Poles are assembled on the ground and raised by hand pulley.
|Pulleys (provided), spanners M20 (3/4") & M12 (1/2'), knife, pliers.
|5-year on hard structure and netting to World Athletics compliance
|NCAA compliant & World Athletics certified.
|United States (of America) Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
|Patent #9,889,366 B2
The robust strength of the World Athletics accredited and NCAA compliant Thor 9
The ground sleeve is positioned in the ground at depth of 1400mm
Here shows the insertion of the first steel spigot into the steel ground sleeve
The hinged spigot is attached into place and secured tight
The main poles are easily erected using an easy to use hand winch
The gate arms (as with all weld points) are of the highest weld integrity
Raising the net into place with the net railing secured at the highest point
The ground anchor points securing the net to the ground for a secure hold