Stabilize basketball goals, umbrella stands, poolside nets and more using the H2OLD BaseGel. This super absorbent polymer works to replace the equivalent to eight 50 lb bags of sand when combined with just 16 oz of water. The resulting firm, stable gel is mold resistant and freeze-thaw durable for use in any climate.
BG-1601 H2Old 16 oz Polymer BaseGel Base Gel Fill for Basketball Hoop Portable Bases. BaseGel is an revolutionary, super-absorbent polymer that replaces sand or h2o as ballast excess weight for portable base supports. Cross-linked polyacrylate polymer absorbs up to 400 times its excess weight in water, creating a firm, steady gel that will last up to seven years.
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BaseGel Basketball Goal Portable Bases Polymer, 16-Ounce. Brand: BaseGel. Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock. This fits your . Make sure this fits by entering your model number. BaseGel is an innovative, super-absorbent polymer that replaces sand or water as ballast weight for portable base supports.
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A third option for your hoop is a special gel designed to stabilize bases. Made of absorbent polymer, you will mix the gel with water. This mixture can become the equivalent weight of several bags of sand.
One ounce (weight) of BaseGel per 2.5 gallons of water may be used, at at minimum, if less than a full bottle is required (ie. 10 ounces per 25 gallon base, 14 ounces per 35 gallon base) for a base that is smaller than 25 gallons: It is recommended that a minimum of 3 tea spoons of BaseGel is added for each gallon of water, so as an example, a 4 gallon umbrella stand would need 12 tea spoons of BaseGel to absorb the water and make a gel with a firm consistency.
A mobile basketball hoop comes with lots of perks such as, it is cheaper, moveable, and it occupies less space than an in-ground basketball hoop. But, there are also a few drawbacks of having a portable basketball hoop including; when strong winds attack a portable hoop, it may incline or at the worst-case scenario, it can fall over.
Basketball goals dot many neighborhood driveways. Years ago goals and backboards were attached to trees in the yard, utility poles, or hung off the roof. Today portable basketball systems provide flexibility for homeowners on placement location and have adjustments on the height of the goal.