Quality Sports Turf Perth from Green Planet Grass
The fake turf has met the standards for different sports fields that have made them very useful and more efficient.
April 24, 2011 – Perth, WA, Australia – Green Planet Grass – has introduced quality sports turf Perth that has many applications for various sports field requirements.
The fake turf has met the standards for different sports fields that have made them very useful and more efficient. Its success in the market has been attributed largely to its durability and low water requirements. People can now conserve water which is a resource that is getting scarce. Consequently, people can save on money. The durability of sports turf Perth is attributed to the quality of its materials that are latest innovations in technology.
There is a fake turf that is available for a particular sports surface whether it is for football, tennis, cricket, or golf. The sports turf Perth is no longer the same old grasses made many years ago.
For football, the sports turf Perth has been specifically designed for much foot traffic. The fibrillated yarn systems have contributed to its suitability for the game. There are different fibrillated yarn systems that are suitable for FIFA 1-Star and FIFA 2-Star.Fibrillated polyethylene single or double yarns apply for different installations.
For tennis, the sports turf Perth range is available in six types: Tie Break, Tournament, Grand Prix, ProTour, Sportclay, and Masters SL. The different fake turf surfaces are available in varying pile heights.
For golf, the fake turf range is available in four types: Augusta, St. Andrews, Pebble Beach, and Tee. The products are reinforced with polypropylene matrix backing for dimensional stability.
For cricket, the range is available in three types: Grade, Shield, and Test. The products are available in different pile heights and stitch rates in order to accommodate all levels of the cricket game.
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