International and Modernized Artificial Grass Factory
CCGrass started manufacturing artificial grass in 2002 and now operates the world’s largest artificial grass factory, which with our original factory, has an annual capacity of over 90,000,000㎡. The combined area of both factories is approximately 800,000㎡, with 4000+ employees carefully performing every step in the production process, including yarn extrusion and twisting, turf tufting, latex or PU backing and finishing.
Each step is completed using the most advanced manufacturing equipment while being performed under strict quality control standards. In fact, CCGrass has over 150 permanent staffs that exclusively focus on ensuring quality. This remains at the forefront of everything we do.
Our staffs are trained, motivated and responsible, offering experience and dedication to ensure that CCGrass produces the best synthetic turf in the world. We consider the environment in everything we do, and our factories are powered by solar panels while we take responsibility on recycling our own waste materials.
CCGrass artificial grass factory is considered one of the best-managed factories in the artificial grass industry. Besides, our factories comply with ISO9001 and ISO14001 and pass various kinds of strict factory audits such as BSCI, WFSGI and ICS.
Understand more about manufacturing processes involved in the production of the world’s best synthetic turf.
CCGrass, the world’s largest artificial grass factory, explains the process to produce a top-level artificial grass. Let’s look at the role of the extrusion, twisting, tufting and backing to produce the best synthetic turf.
A synthetic turf surface varies depending upon what sport is played on it. For a better sports performance, the surface has to have plenty of visible fiber and be tested to the appropriate standards. For example, for football turf, rugby turf, GAA turf, American Football turf and turfs for Australian Rules. This means using a long pile carpet, made using resilient, durable and skin-friendly polyethylene yarns.
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