The design of the TSP 4 Inch Racing Lane allows waves to be dispersed along the channel of revolving disks. This helps maximize control of the water surface, especially important for competitive swimming.
Every lane is constructed of 4 inch plastic disks and donuts that are strung on vinyl-coated 3/16 inch stainless steel cable. The disks rotate independently of each other, so as a swimmer creates a wake in the pool, the lines absorb and distribute the energy efficiently. This construction also helps to quell waves from one lane to another.
Racing lanes attach to the pool wall with a stainless steel tension spring at one end and a stainless steel ratchet at the other end. This allows the tension to be customized based on the needs for that specific event.
|Shipping Weight:||65 lbs.|
|Return Policy:||Returns accepted|
The selection of a disk size depends on your organization's compliance needs, budget, and the desired wave-quelling effectiveness of your lanes. Generally speaking, the larger diameter the disk, the calmer your water will be. This is why 6" lanes are generally found at the Olympics and other high-level events. For a break-down of compliance information, please refer to the following table.
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