Mini Non Filling Soccer Grass
21000 Density 3/8 inch Gauge Mini Non Filling Soccer Grass 1. Product Introduction Mini Non Filling Soccer Grass is most often used in mini football field, mini soccer field, and even in some other mini sport fields. 2. Specification 3. Product Feature Natural grass look and feeling Water...
21000 Density 3/8 inch Gauge Mini Non Filling Soccer Grass
1. Product Introduction
Mini Non Filling Soccer Grass is most often used in mini football field, mini soccer field, and even in some other mini sport fields.
PE Straight Yarn+ PP Curly Yarn
PP Cloth +Net Cloth +SBR Coating
Above 5 Years
3. Product Feature
Natural grass look and feeling
No mowing, no fertilizing, low maintenance
All-year-round green, up to 8 years service life
Healthy to people, friendly to environment
5.Packing & Delivery
How to install artificial grass
Ensure the surface you are covering is clean and smooth. You can apply a self-levelling compound which will remove surface imperfections, which is a particularly good idea if the pile of grass you are laying is very low.
Lay the grass onto the now clean and level area you are covering. Allow around 50mm of grass on each side of the area to trim off to ensure a perfect edge. Leave the grass for around two-to-three hours to settle, which will stop it wrinkling or creasing.
Cut and trim your artificial grass, using a sharp Stanley knife, ensuring that you cut the grass neat to the edges of walls.
To make the joins, use a high-quality outdoor tape and glue, following the instructions on the products. If you have a wooden surface, like decking or suspended floor boards, you can use a combination of adhesive and carpet tacks to fix the grass down.
If your grass needs an infill, which you will need if you are laying down Hongtai Grass, use a sand mix and apply it on a dry day! Rake and spread the infill evenly, making sure you don't over-fill the surface. The sand will compact, so you may have to add a final layer at the end of your installation.
What is Artificial Grass?
Artificial grass is a surface of synthetic fibers made to look like natural grass. With the rapid development of technology, the use of artificial grass has moved rapidly. Nowadays, artificial grass, already commonly introduced in sports fields, is also installed as decorative solutions in residential, educative, commercial and landscape areas.
Artificial Grass History
Artificial grass first gained public attention in the 1960s, when it was used in the newly constructed Astrodome. The first generation turf systems (i.e., short-pile fibers without infill) of the 1960s have been largely replaced by the second generation and third generation turf systems. Second generation synthetic turf systems featured sand infills, and third generation systems, which are most widely used today, offer infills that are mixtures of sand and recycled rubber. The third generationis the safest, most resistant artificial grass today and with characteristics closer to natural grass.
The Popularity of Artificial grass
Artificial turf is maintenance-friendly, extremely long-lasting and impervious to weather. It is a reliable surface with infinite applications. Not only can artificial turf pitches make your sports facilities stand out, but it can also make your garden or town evergreen.
Artificial grass can be a better solution when the environment is particularly hostile to natural grass.