7 results found shock absorption

26 . Jul . 2017
Sport Surfaces

Comfort and safety with cork-based materials that improve shock absorption

18 . Nov . 2020
Amorim Ice is a circular economy born infill, with recycled paper fibres and cork inside. It incorporates cork and paper fibers around up to…

Amorim Ice delivers excellent thermal performance and softness, offering players and coaches all the guarantees from their artificial turf system. It offers a good balance of shock absorption, elasticity, stable strength, durability and heat-resistance. It has increased wear resistance when compared to 100% natural in…

26 . Jul . 2017
Excellent performance is not only determined by the infill material or the type of grass but also by your choice of shockpad.

Excellent performance means different things for different stakeholders, such as: athletes, installers, turf manufacturers, designers or regulatory entities. Amorim Sports has an extensive knowledge about cork and its goal is to develop new materials that fulfil market requirements, the system’s performance and that p…

18 . Nov . 2020
The Amorim Airlastic layer shock pad for artificial turf systems was developed to be applied insitu, with a proprietary carrier mat to enhan…

Combining rubber from recycled tires and cork, it provides a product that complies with FIFA requirements for shock pads and creates a high-performance system. It is weatherproof, long-lasting and decay-resistant.

18 . Nov . 2020
Sports function

- Perfect shock absorption   - Gentle on joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments   - High level of elasticity for additional cushioning comfort

02 . Mar . 2020
The new Expanded Cork Insitu Shockpad is a product designed to comply with the highest field requirements of a Shockpad.

Shockpad for artificial turf systems, applied insitu, with a proprietary carrier mat to enhance shock absorption and designed to facilitate installation, combined with expanded cork to create a high-performance system.   It is weatherproof, long-lasting and decay-resistant.

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 …


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