Artificial Turf

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An artificial surface made to look like grass, which is used on many football fields, often linked to abrasions
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this involves the replacement of non-compliant safety damping floors under certain games, as well as supplying and installing a billodrome at the pierre dufour school, and producing a synthetic grass surface at the bertrand cabanes de saint-pierre school.
The specific product used was called AstroTurf; this term since then became a colloquialism for any synthetic grass or turf throughout the late 20th century and although the term "AstroTurf" is still widely used, the product itself is now mostly obsolete, as numerous other brands have grown in popularity.
Tribune News Network A synthetic grass football field for juniors, a multipurpose indoor court and a gymnasium were inaugurated by body-building champion Dominic Durueke at MES.
They Install and replace synthetic grass by knowledgeable industry experts at very competitive prices.
com)-- Don & Low Ltd, a Scottish technical textiles manufacturer, today announced the official completion and start-up of its brand-new synthetic grass line, after receiving Board Approval to make this substantial investment at the end of 2016.
US-based artificial turf maker TenCate Grass has acquired synthetic turf supplier Synthetic Grass Warehouse Inc.
5 April 2017 - US-based artificial turf maker TenCate Grass has acquired synthetic turf supplier Synthetic Grass Warehouse Inc.
The new surface combines synthetic grass with the real thing.
The shipment was supposed to contain synthetic grass.
Previously only used by those in the sports industry, SignGrass enables customers to have their logos, branding or marketing slogans woven into low-maintenance, synthetic grass.
But if we replace it with synthetic grass we don't have to look after it area after area, year after year.
I don't have any grass courts in my home town in Poland so I was playing on synthetic grass for many years," said the former world number two who hails from Krakow.