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Amorim Airlastic layer
Providing the necessary and well designed elastic characteristics for the sport application.
Specially designed cork components
Specially designed cork components can be used under the turf to create a 100% natural elastic layer. Cork, a 100% natural component that acts as a CO₂ retainer, helps the turf to be more elastic and oxygenated. It is the best natural inert material and does not absorb moisture, it simply conserves it on the surfac…
Infills applied by:
Edelgrass provided the artificial turf and Weitzel Sportstättenbau (Tencate) was in charge of the installation of the system on top of the existing in situ elastic layer.
As a cork-based infill, Amorim Nature 130 is an eco-friendly option, reducing the turf’s maintenance general costs and offering advantages to users in comparison with other types of filler: odorless, absence of toxicity, and elastic properties. The energy restitution provided by the cork-based infills optimizes the a…
7 reasons to choose cork infills
Granulated cork has been increasingly used as an infill in artificial turf systems, offering significant advantages over plastic- or rubber-based synthetic infills.
Natural raw materials
What is the source of the chemical materials and elements used in plastic- and rubber-based infills? Despite the strict rules on raw materials that can be used to produce synthetic infills, concerns remain regarding the potential use of poorer-quality materials or materials from an unknown source. This is not the case …
What are the main benefits of using a cork-based infill?
Beside being a 100% organic and sustainable material, cork provides interesting elastic characteristics with a high resilience. Therefore, it can optimize shock absorption and energy restitution in the artificial turf grass system. At the same time, it can reduce the field's temperature in hot weather conditions and ra…
What are the main benefits of using a cork-based shock pad?
Cork provides outstanding elastic characteristics which lead to a lower energy restitution without compromising shock absorption. For athletes, this represents lower fatigue and better training conditions.