BTME profile: Capillary Concrete

By Tania December 30, 2018 07:12 Updated

More golf courses are turning to Capillary Concrete as their bunker liner of choice following its growing reputation and its 10-year insured financial guarantee.

A busy winter is underway around the UK on bunker renovation programs, a selection of which are as follows.

Mortonhall GC, Edinburgh, already having completed its first phase of works, installing over 1200m² of Capillary Concrete, with a second phase scheduled for winter 2019.

The Bruntsfield Links, Edinburgh is underway on phase two of its extensive course renovation, again bunkers are a main feature with over 2300m² of Capillary Concrete installed last winter and a similar quantity planned for this winter.

Ramside Hall GC, Durham is continuing with its bunker lining programme, with 30-plus bunkers completed with Capillary Concrete so far, more are in progress with the work being done in-house.

Hazel Grove GC, Stockport has just added four more Capillary Concrete bunkers to its portfolio with Ecobunker faces underway for a completely sealed bunker system.

Sandy Lodge GC, Northwood is installing Capillary Concrete to more of its bunkers after a successful evaluation period.

Capillary Concrete not only saves time in the maintenance of your bunkers, it also gives you a return on your investment due to less sand replenishment, reduced washouts, improved drainage and no contamination from the floor of the bunkers. To find out more, visit Border Sports Services at BTME for a friendly chat.

Stand: Red 209


By Tania December 30, 2018 07:12 Updated

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