How much space is required?

The standard batting range consist of batting stalls which measure a minimum of fifteen feet wide. The depth of the range can vary from approximately 70 feet to as deep as 136 feet.
Examples:

Number of Stalls
Width
Depth
Four Cage System
60' (18.2 meters)
70' to 90' (21.3-27.4m)
Five Cage System
77' (23.4m)
70'-100' (21.3-30.4m)
Six Cage System
91' (27.7m)
70'-120' (21.3-36.5m)
Seven Cage System
105' (32m)
70'-126' (21.3-38.4m)
Eight Cage System
115' (35m)
70'-132' (21.3-40.2m)
Nine Cage System
126' (38.4m)
70'-137' (21.3-41.7m)


How many cages do I need?


This is best answered by understanding your location demographics and other related variables. Population, ages, number of ball teams, location of ball parks, and local batting cage competition to name a few. Some general guidelines: Population within 20 miles (32km)

Population
Number of Stalls
20,000 to 40,000
Four Station batting cage with dual machines
40,000 to 80,000
Five to Seven Station batting cage with dual machines
80,000 to 150,000
Seven to Eight Station batting cage with dual machines
150,000 +
Nine Station batting cage with or without dual machines


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I want a batting range, what's the next step?


Automated Batting Cages has information available to assist in the development of the batting cage. Information regarding the location of the batting cages on the property or inside a building, how large a cage would be adequate, exact costs for equipment, and supply systems and construction blueprints are available. Shopping for the "best" equipment should include calling owners of these various systems. Insist upon a "Customer List" with at least ten or more names. What do they like about the equipment and layout? What problems do they have with the system? How is the service and maintenance program? Does the manufacturer have a good program to solve any problems they have? Do they ship replacement parts promptly? What do these manufacturers offer that the others don't? Do they help during the construction phase of the project? Will the manufacturer help with operational procedures after opening? These questions should be the minimum research done for this investment. As with any commercial equipment, quality, reliability and commitment to service after the sale will vary from one manufacturer to the next.