The rolls are wrapped in plastic covering, secured at each end, to prevent water seeping in when on site.
The process that ensures fibres are secured to create the finished synthetic turf, thereby completing the manufacturing process.
By Bryn LeeThe process of creating the synthetic turf whereby fibre is tufted into a backing cloth.
To start on a positive note, when most synthetic turf pitches are properly installed and maintained, the infill is working as it was designed to.
By Bryn Lee The process to produce the fibre that is used in artificial grass is called extrusion. In very simple terms raw polymer pellets, colour and UV additives are mixed together, then transformed into either a tape or individual fibres. These are then twisted and wound onto spools that are then sent to the […]
CCGrass offers two, and even three, toned green fibres in our sport range, which add to the natural look of our sports pitches. Each CCGrass turf is tested with a combination of two of the three shades – emerald, olive and lime. Tests include weathering, UV and chemical analysis.
Unlike football, rugby has taken synthetic turf pitches to heart. The willingness to accept the different characteristics this type of surface brings has been positive, at all levels of the game. So what is different? If like me, you played rugby, or still do, you will have played on some atrocious pitches, where, in mid-winter, […]
On June 3rd, 2020, the European Commission held a meeting to decide the fate of polymeric infill, used in synthetic turf sport surfaces.
Most important factors for athletes and their coaches, yet is the same true for footballers on synthetic turf.
Max 60 synthetic turf surfaces is a FIFA Quality Pro football system, when installed onto a level, compacted and free draining base.