Call For Pricing2400 Series Hammer Cage
We start with extruded 4" O.D. aluminum tubing. We use schedule 80 poles in the back, and half inch wall poles in the doors. Since welding 6000 series aluminum alloy leads to as much as 70% yield strength loss, we build steel couplings for our door joints. Not only do we eliminate the gussets that cause implement hangups, but we have a joint that can stand up to the rigors of weather.
All Richey Cages come with gate post supports included. Rear entry access and additional barrier nets are available as upgrade options.
||6061T6 extruded aluminum poles (higher tensile and yield strength than the 6063T6 poles prevalent in the industry).
UV Coated and dry-rot resistant netting.
Cold drawn steel corner and connection couplings.
Steel gate posts.
Three hinges on each door with brass bearings and stainless steel hinges.
||10 years materials and craftsmanship.
Meets NCAA specifications.