Although there are many choices for artificial turf, these are the most popular ones:
Synthetic turf monofilaments are spun from a spinneret and produced as fibers. The die hole of the spinneret determines the cross-sections of the blade. Most of the time, monofilament fibers are recommended and preferred for facilities or applications that are are specific to soccer or other sports.
Because the fibers tend to stand vertically longer, soccer balls made of monofilaments roll more slowly and feel more natural when interacting with surfaces. American football, rugby, and even lacrosse are some other sports that can use these kinds of fibers.
Fibrillated Tape (Slit Film)
By removing the foil, fibrillated tape products are created. A tape made of the split foil is then fibrillated in a particular manner. After the synthetic turf pitch was installed, the fibrillation gave it a natural look and feel. It is a truly game-changing fibrillated tape with an excellent design. The fibers are made to be highly durable and endure demanding activity.
A field with fibrillated tape is perfect for multi-sport facilities that may be used for American football, rugby, and other sports. Broad tape or film holds the backing textile together more strongly than monofilament fibers.
The fibrillated tape fibers cross over and form a cup-like shape as soon as the field is used for play. This makes the surface fast and keeps the infill in place, which is good. As a result, the field’s maintenance expenses and labor hours decrease. The cross-hatch of the tapes also increases the surface area, resulting in more material being available on the field and more surface area per footprint.
Even so, this still qualifies as a natural grass system. With complete, meticulous maintenance, the usual 100% natural grass can be used for 200–400 hours annually. The hybrid turf system may run up to 1,000–1,200 hours annually with the same meticulous upkeep.
Hybrid turf is the most recent product on the artificial grass market. It is a block system that strengthens natural grass turf with synthetic turf fibers, with the added benefit of playing like natural grass and a surface that is significantly more resistant to wear and tear.
Artificial grass is braided into a sturdy backing material and then set immediately on top of a regular playing surface. Before the grass seeds are carefully sown, a special root zone mix is carefully put into the fake part.
These seeds start to grow between the synthetic strands a few days after they are implanted. As a result, a more resilient grass surface with inherent strength is created.
Hybrid surfaces are great when it’s hard to take care of a natural grass field or when a customer doesn’t want an entire field made of artificial turf.
Visit your chosen artificial turf supplier to learn more about the many types of synthetic turf, their quality, and their cost. You can inquire about them and get prices from them.