For the last 3 years and the expansion of paddle tennis in Europe has ended up asking the companies that manufacture paddle tennis courts to comply not only with the EFF and FIP regulations but also with European building regulations.
Within these standards (Eurocodes) there are many variables according to which the calculation of the structure of the courts is made. The factors to be taken into account are:
Geographical area (where the paddle tennis facility would be located exactly as the land in the various countries is classified according to the wind, rain and snow in that area)
Type of land (if it is a sea area, mountain area, urban or rural area, etc.)
Wind speed (to be defined among several values that appear in the Eurocode)
In this sense, Sky Padel has developed 2 models (Mod. Scenic III and Mod. IronCore III) that comply with the Eurocodes and the unfavourable variables (in order to be valid in most EU countries without having to make adaptations(: Geographical area: the whole of the European Union
Type of terrain: One with unfavourable characteristics, categorised as Terrain III or IV
Resistance to wind less than or equal to 29.5m/sg ( 106 km/h)
Likewise, the necessary foundation has been calculated for this type of land exposed to the wind and architectural conditions of the metal structure. Sky Padel, therefore, has developed metal structures that comply with European building regulations so that they can be installed in more than 80% of EU territory. In any case, if the client requires it or it is required by urban planning, it would be necessary to make a specific technical project for the paddle tennis court/s to be installed in the defined land.