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High performance, long-term stability and microplastic-free – the main challenge for artificial turf
The Uwe Seeler Fussball Park chose a cork-based natural infill for the installation of the new artificial turf system in its football pitch, in Germany.
Cork infill application in the FC Gleidorf-Holthausen and Schmallenberg municipality’s artificial turf football pitch.
Cork applied in artificial turf systems
Cork infill applied in the soccer field of the Tangstedt Sports Club's soccer field in Germany
High performance, sustainable and ecological turf field
GOTEC Sportsysteme, a German company specialized in the construction and maintenance of sports grounds, chose a cork-based natural infill for artificial turf for the construction project of the SG Malsburg-Marzell Sports Club football field in Germany.
Sustainability and high performance for the “Forest City” Schöneiche’s artificial turf pitch
The SV Germania 90 club and the municipality of Schöneiche chose a cork-based natural infill for artificial turf when they rebuilt their pitch in Germany.
DJK Dülmen 1920 e.v., Germany – Organic infill in artificial turf
Innovative Organic 202 infill applied in Dülmen, Germany
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The presence of other potentially toxic substances was also tested in the German laboratory Chemisches Laboratorium Dr. Stegemann, in order to check compliance with the DIN-defined limits.
What are the main certifications of Amorim Sports infills? Do they comply with FIFA requirements?
In Europe, cork infills comply with typical EN 15330, French NF norm, German DIN norm as well as RAL GZ 944/4 and EN 71-3 standards. Cork and cork-based infills regularly comply with FIFA standards to highest classes and are certified in many cases.