drying cricket wicket

Our drying equipment helps cricket clubs knock their competition for six!

Wet weather and the winter season in general are both considered extremely prohibitive in the world of cricket, which is why it is typically played in summer. However, thanks to the effectiveness of our dehumidification equipment, we have been able to dry training pitches to such an extent that they are comparable to the sort of wickets players might expect to compete on in June or July!

Historically, air blowers have probably been the most commonly used tool when it comes to drying wet patches on the pitch and outfield – but their effectiveness is minimal when the ground is completely saturated.

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