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When we talk about artificial turf, football, golf, tennis and lots of spor area’s surfaces comes our minds. The usage area of artificial turf is increasing in recent years. Well, what is artificial turf and what is the advantages of artificial turf when we compared to the natural turf, lets look at together.

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Domed, covered, and partially covered stadiums may require synthetic turf  because of the difficulty of getting grass enough sunlight to stay healthy.

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Artificial turf used in small and big sport areas surfaces. The raw material o artificial turf is petrolium and when we compate to the natural turf the usage of artificial turf is easier than the natural turf. Artifical turf covered the field surfaces like a carpet and it is a surface covering technigues and produced with high technology. Firstly artificial turf is thougt about for children. In our concrete World the game areas quite decreased in recent years. And people wanted to create more healty and secure game areas.

Firstly in Rhode Island in the school of Moses Brown they are constructed an activity areas  in 1964. After that these systems developed and lastly the The International Football Federation (FIFA) decided to use artificial turf at all international level football fields as of 2004-2005 season. With this the artificial turf usage is quite increased. When we compare to the natural turf the artificial turf’s life is so long and this situation is one of the reason of choosing artificial turf.

We can say that one of the other reason choosing of artificial turf is global warming.

The climate conditions is changing and the water resources are decreasing day by day. When looking at the situation in this way, the use of artificial turf means less water usage than natural grass, which reduces both water costs and natural resources. Now let’s look at where the artificial turf is used.

Where The Artificial Turf is Used?

  • Indoor and outdoor carpet areas
  • İndoor and outdoor football stadiums
  • Tennis court construction
  • Golf field
  • According to FIFA standards, it is used in fields for international football competitions.
  • Beyzbol fields
  • Rugby fields
  • Used in gardens, parks, roofs, balconies and terraces for aesthetic purposes.
  • Quality Certificate
  • Duocolor
  • High Quality Polymers
  • High UV resistance
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Professional Use
  • Amateur / Community Use
  • Skin Friendly
  • High Resilience
  • High Durability
OMEGA TURF XL R
  • Pile height : 40, 50, 55, 60mm
  • Infill : SBR/ Coated SBR / Cork / EPDM
  • Shock pad : N/A
  • Norms : NF / EN / DIN
  • Certifications : FFA Q / FFAQP / WR / GAA
  • Usage : Football, American Football, Rugby, Baseball, Mini Soccer
INVICTO R
  • Pile height: 40, 50, 55, 60mm
  • Infill: SBR/ Coated SBR / Cork / EPDM
  • Shock pad: Insitu / Elastolay / Foam / Aircell 10
  • Norms: NF / EN / DIN
  • Certifications: FFA Q / FFAQP / WR / GAA
  • Usage: Football, American Football, Rugby, Baseball, Mini Soccer
Cheap Grass
MAXIMA R
  • Pile height: 40, 50, 55, 60mm
  • Infill: SBR/ Coated SBR / Cork / EPDM
  • Shock pad: Insitu / Elastolay / Foam / Aircell 10
  • Norms: NF / EN / DIN
  • Certifications: FFA Q / FFAQP / WR / GAA
  • Usage: Football, American Football, Rugby, Baseball, Mini Soccer
Grass
SPINE TURF SPRO
  • Pile height: 40, 50, 55, 60mm
  • Infill: SBR/ Coated SBR / Cork / EPDM
  • Shock pad: Insitu / Elastolay / Foam / Aircell 10
  • Norms: NF / EN / DIN
  • Certifications: FFA Q / FFAQP / WR / GAA
  • Usage: Football, American Football, Rugby, Baseball, Mini Soccer