50mm Fibrillated Football Grass
Fibrillated football Grass was the first generation of football grass used for football pitches and as the technology has developed, Monofilament football grass is now being used on more and more pitches, and there is an ongoing debate as to which is the better for the two production processes. So what are the characteristics of Fibrillated football grass?
Fibrillated football grass is made from fibrillated yarn, which is a whole plastic film and then cut with an orderly knife to form a strip of openings.
- The biggest advantage of fibrillated yarn for football grass is that it is very inclusive of the infill. The fibrillated yarn is thicker and there is a connection between the fibres, so it is more stable during use and there is less relative displacement between the fibres. The monofilament grass is a little more fluid in terms of infill, while in the monofilament, as the filaments are separated and there is no binding between each filament, the relative position between the filaments will change in long-term use, which will change the sporting performance of the field.
- Fibrillated yarn, because it is an entire yarn, is more easily fixed by the glue during production and has a higher pull-out force, monofilament football grass is mostly made up of 6 to 8 fibres and the glue on the bottom back has the possibility of separation.
- Nowadays, because of the use of PE material, the abrasion resistance and anti-slip properties of fibrillated football grass have been greatly improved, and this aspect is no less important than monofilament grass. However, when choosing fibrillated football grass, it is important to ensure that the Fiber Dtex is above 8800 Dtex. If the yarn is too thin, it will have poor abrasion resistance.
- Fibrillated artificial grass does not look as natural as monofilament yarn, however, and the degree of simulation is slightly less.
Indoor and outdoor football pitch.