For those facilities that have less severe bunker designs, Sandtrapper I delivers solid control and is an extremely affordable choice. As with both styles II and MD, it’s great for fighting sand contamination and offers long term protection.
When Sandtrapper I was first developed, the design parameters were set to create a mid-level range of product characteristics. The lighter synethic fibers and more flexible binder create a tight matrix. This combination is great for controlling sand contamination and preventing washouts in these less demanding settings. The lighter construction keeps cost to a minimum, making it a good budget choice. Affordable, however, doen’t mean cheap. Sandtrapper I carries the same great manufacturing as the rest of the product line, delivering solid performance over the long haul.
Many courses lack the severe designs or have bunkers with little or no sand flashing. Even in cases where bunker slopes are gradual, washouts and contamination can occur. These moderate settings, paired with lower precipitation climates, create a need for affordable protection. In these situations, Sandtrapper I is the perfect choice. Effectively controlling washouts and sand contamination, the lighter matrix creates the right balance of protection and cost.
Sandtrapper I is used as a great complimentary product to the more robust product styles. The cost advantages make it the sensible option for the base of the bunker, where little slope exists. Where the design is moderate and precipitation levels are less, lining the entire bunker with this style is recommended. In hybrid configurations, Sandtrapper I should be implemented from the toe of the slope through and amongst the drainage lines. Many allow this style to cover the drainage lines for additional protection from contamination.
Sandtrapper I is available in 56-inch and 90-inch widths. This option allows facilities and builders to decide which dimensions will work for them. Roll length varies by the width selected, giving you a manageable size and weight for easy handling around the course. At 75 pounds per roll, it can be easily handled by a single individual. Whether the 56-inch or 90-inch dimension, each roll has enough total coverage and a single roll usually covers the average sized bunker. Product Spec Sheet (PDF)
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