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Welcome to the Inflatable Cricket Air Roller - Used by sports stadium

Cover Pro New Zealand

Roll On A Cricket Cover

Inflatable Cover Roller

Air Roller

Questions & Answers

 

The Air Roller is an inflatable cylinder that carries the weight of sporting covers and rolls them on and off a playing field in all weather conditions.


The Air Roller is cost effective and requires less time and manpower than traditional methods. 


The Air Roller method is a practical way to significantly reduce manual handling risks associated with cover handling including lifting, pushing, pulling, bending and twisting to place and manoeuvre covers. Cover pro requirs less force to be applied in windy conditions having far less impact than using traditional methods


Questions & Answers

1) How does the Air Roller Work?

  1. Inflate the air roller in around one - two minutes. A petrol driven blower is the best option
  2. Attach one cover edge to the air roller using clips provided.
  3. Commence rolling the Air Roller.
  4. The cover’s weight is carried by the special design of the inflated Air Roller.
  5. The Air Roller can be re-inflated with the covers wrapped around thanks to the special design.


2) What is Air Roller?

  1. The Air Roller is an inflatable pvc cylinder used to move and carry the weight of cover (wet or dry)
  2. Designed for limited staff.
  3. Reduces risk of injury.
  4. Saves significant time in handling covers
  5. Manufactured custom sized to suit your covers
  6. Larger covers now a viable alternative
  7. Eliminates frustration dealing with tangled, heavy covers.
  8. Makes the storage of covers easier.


3) How many people are required to operate the Air Roller?

  1. All manual handling situations require risk assesment and evaluation of resources required prior to moving covers.
  2. Limited people can operate most sized Air Rollers up to 15 metres wide in ideal condition.
  3. Larger Air Roller systems, between 15 metres - 30 metres benefit from multiple people in certain conditions. This also includes strong winds or when there is significant water on the covers.
  4. The ability of one person being able to operate the Air Roller varies with physical limitations and existing conditions.

Inflatable Cover Roller

www.coverpro.co.nz  Home of the Inflatable Air Roller Used to help with cricket wicket covers.
www.coverpro.co.nz  Home of the Inflatable Air Roller Used to help with cricket wicket covers.

Questions & Answers

4) What about windy conditions?

  1. The Air Roller works impressively in windy conditions compared to traditional methods.
  2. Simply peg fixing point Air Roller / cover edge and start rolling for a few metres before pegging both parallel edges after tensioning cover. Continue to roll, tension and peg in stages until the cover is fully extended. Retension cover in its entirety until full cover is without ripples and creases which allows wind to travel over the top rather than underneath the cover avoiding possibly blowing the cover off.
  3. To remove the cover simply perform the peg and roll in reverse. Unpeg a section then roll the Air Roller before stopping to unpeg again.
  4. The Air Roller can be rolled with or against the with the wind.



5) Can The Air Roller be used in different directions?

  1. The Air Roller can be rolled in either direction depending on what best suits the user's resources.
  2. For example a 30m x15m cover (4-5 Cricket wicket square approx) can have either a 17m  Air Roller to run north south or a 32metre Air Roller to run east west or north south.
  3. Running the Air Roller east west allows the user to roll the cover to expose any of the 5 pitches being worked on leaving the remainder of the cover still in place.