6 results found organic infill

18 . Nov . 2020
Amorim Organic

Cork and olive component infills guarantee balanced elasticity and compression resistance

14 . Dec . 2020
Main Goal

Scandinavian countries are leading in the promotion of sustainable products in their daily life. In this case, both the association and the community have been committed to the importance of sustainability, environmental protection, and the avoidance of microplastics. The main challenge for those countries is to find e…

08 . Mar . 2021
Main Goal

With high temperatures and humidity ratios, the main challenges of a synthetic turf in Latin America and, in this case, in Peru (Lima), are related to the athletes comfort: technical shock absorption, lower energy restitution, but above all, lower surface temperature in order to avoid health issues. On the other hand, …

22 . Sep . 2021
DJK Dülmen 1920 e.v., Germany – Organic infill in artificial turf

Innovative Organic 202 infill applied in Dülmen, Germany

22 . Jun . 2018
Does cork infill limit granulate agglomeration?

When subject to higher temperatures or increased pressure, non-organic infills, particularly EPDM, tend to soften or agglomerate, creating granules. These agglomerates are hazardous for players and increase the likelihood of injuries. Furthermore, if the performance infill is agglomerated, it loses optimal performance …

18 . Oct . 2021
Are all types of infills the same? What are the main types available in the market?

There are several different types of infills available in the market. Sand is a typical stabilizing infill and can be used alone or in combination with other performance infills on top. Typical performance infills include: SBR, EPDM, recycled EPDM, TPE. Beside synthetic infills, there are different kinds of organic inf…

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