S Shape Yarn Synthetic Football Turf (ASS-50D)
|FOB Unit Price:||US $7 US $9|
|Purchase Qty. (Square Meters)||FOB Unit Price|
|Production Capacity:||3000, 000sqm|
|Transport Package:||in Rolls|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
- Model NO.: ASS-50D
- Type: Without Sand
- Material: PE, PP
- Density: 10080
- Row Spacing: 5/8 inch
- Filaments Twist Number: 12000dtex
- Yarn Shape: Monofilament
- Yarn Length: Long
- Uses: Soccer,Football
- Tufts Per Meter(Lm): 160s
- Drainage Hole Diameter(Mm): 5
- Primary Backing: UV Resistant PP 148G/M²
- Coating Backing: Latex+Rubber,Spundbondon Styrene-Butadiene Basia,
- Trademark: AMGRASS
- Origin: China
- Color: Apple Green
- Base: Cement Base
- Ground Cloth: Complex
- Height: 50mm
- Grade: International Class
- Occasion: for Sport
- Yarn Form: Straight Cut
- Cross Profile: S Shape
- Pile Content: U.V. Resistance Polyethlylene Monofilament Yarn
- Yarn Weight(G/M²): 1346(+-5%)
- Holes / M²: 50
- Secondary Backing: UV Resistant (PP) 90G/M²
- Grade of Fire Resisted: I
- Specification: CE, SGS
- HS Code: 5703900000
AMGRASS is known as a leading manufacturer and designer of artificial grass in China with worldwide service in more than 30 countries, we are dedicated to being the most reliable supplier.
AMGRASS has 2 ranges of products, one is sports range that includes football sport yards and multiple-function sport yards. The other is landscape and recreational products.
In order to make sure every inch of our products is qualified and manufactured according to customers' requests, we have more than ten inspections at different stages from raw materials, half-done products to the finished products.
We stick to the principle of "quality first, service first, continuous improvement and innovation to meet the customers" for the management and "zero defect, zero complaints" as the quality objective. To perfect our service, we provide the products with the good quality at the reasonable price.
We sincerely invite our distinguished guests worldwide to work with us under the same interest of artificial turfs. Any request from you will be highly appreciated.
|Model No. :||ASS-50D|
|Pile Content:||U.V. Resistance Polyethlylene Monofilament yarn|
|Machine gauge :||5/8inch|
|Tufts per Meter(LM):||160s|
|Drainage hole diameter(mm):||5|
|Holes / m²:||50|
|Primary Backing:||UV Resistant PP 148g/m²|
|Secondary Backing:||UV Resistant (PP) 90g/m²|
|Coating backing:||Latex+rubber,Spundbondon Styrene-Butadiene Basia, 700g/m²|
|Grade of fire resisted:||I|
|Roll diameter(cm):||If length is 25m(40-50)|
|Installation:||Without rubber and sand|
|Colors:||Deep green,apple green etc|
|Rubber Amount (kg):||6|
|Fill height (mm) :||50|
|Guarantee years:||5-6 years|
AMGRSS INSTALLATION GUIDE
AMGRASS engaged an independent installation consultant to prepare this artificial lawn installation guide. No representations or warranties are made regarding the information contained here within and/or in any artificial lawn literature. There are many factors involved with artificial turf installation including materials used, installation techniques, environmental conditions, etc. that vary for each particular installation site or area.
Artificial Turf Installation Process
1. Identify and mark off the area that you will install artificial turf with an outdoor spray can marker. Consider the dimensions of your Artificial Lawn to try to get as few seams as possible with your layout.
2. Remove sod by using shovels, using/renting a gas powered sod puller or engaging a local landscaper to remove the sod. You will wish to remove the soil to make the approximately gradient 0.2% to 0.3% . Ideally, the sub base will be pitched slightly towards the best direction to allow for water drainage to run-off. Also, after the sub base and Artificial Lawn is installed, you will want to have the edges of the artificial turf at an even level with the natural landscape.
3. Cap Sprinklers. Turn off valves.
4. Compact existing ground to "firm it up fully" (you can rent a vibrating plate compactor at most rental centers).
5. Spray weed/grass killer and place a weed barrier mesh down (not always necessary in all areas of the country, such as in the desert).
6. Sub-Base: It is very important to ensure the sub-base is completely dry before laying any rock aggregate to reduce settling and ensure proper compaction for the surface. Once you confirm that the sub-base is dry, add a top layer of rock aggregate (1/4" minus is best so you don't feel any protruding rocks when you walk on your artificial turf) - - ask your local nursery or rock yard what material local landscapers use under paving bricks, etc. The purpose is to firm and level your base. 1" -3" of base is usually enough, although in some areas of the country where soil is especially unstable you may need up to 5" of base material; just ask a local expert like a nursery, landscape center, or rock yard if you are not sure. *** Please note if more than 3" of base material is used, you will also need to increase the amount of soil removal.
7. Spread, and then compact the sub base material twice. Use the vibrating compactor again.
8. Top Based Sand. Spread a fine layer of sand (aprox. 1/8" using just an ordinary seed drop spreader) on the surface to make it more level. 50lb. bags of "play sand" are available at large home improvement stores for a low cost. You may also use a water-filled (250 lb) sod roller for an even more level surface. You can rent these for very little cost.
9. Check surface for depressions. Any depression areas 1/8" - 1/4" or deeper should be filled-in and re-leveled. Although the turf also drains vertically through the drainage holes that are manufactured in the turf, it is still advisable to give the sub-base a slight slope, to avoid any pools of water (slope away from buildings).
10. Roll out Turf. Position the turf where it goes, be accurate (so you don't cut off turf you actually need). Note: Try to avoid dragging the turf.
11. Cut the turf. Cut off excess material so it's easier to work with. Always use a sharp blade in your utility knife! Make sure turf is still positioned where it goes. Now, trim turf more exactly with straight lines. For optimal performance and beauty, make sure the turf is installed exactly over the prepared based.
12. Seaming. Where two pieces of turf come together you will need to make a seam. It's really not that difficult as the artificial turf is fairly high and seams are generally less noticeable than that of thin pile carpet. You can always pay a local carpet installer to help you for a few hours with this process if it makes you feel more comfortable although it usually isn't necessary for most. The seams are simply glued together with any outdoor carpet glue (honey color glue seems to work best) and 12" wide seaming tape.
At the joining seam, a 12 " wide piece of seaming tape should be cut to the length of the seam. The turf is to be laid seam to seam the way that it should look to ensure it fits tightly together before it is glued. Note: The pattern of turf stitching on the under side must run in the same direction before the two pieces are adhered. Both sides of the turf at the seam must be pulled back in order to install the seam tape. Note: Before adhering both pieces ensure that both edges have been properly trimmed, straight, and will match up perfectly. Lay the seam tape down on the base directly between the two pieces of turf that are to be joined. Apply gluing compound to the entire piece of seam tape with a notched trowel. Place one side of the turf in the middle of the tape (approximately 6cm) to the center of the tape. Lay the other side of the turf over the middle of the seam tape to match up exactly to the turf that has just been adhered to the tape. Mesh the fibers together with fingers or brush. Note: Allow 24 hours for glue to properly dry. The following procedures can be administered during the drying time, but turf may shift and require repositioning.
13. Infill Preparation. Once glue has dried, trim off turf so your lawn fits as desired. Next, it is a good idea to nail the perimeter every 1-2 feet with 40-60d nails (4-6 inch length). In order to prepare to infill the turf, rake or power broom the turf in the opposite direction that the turf is laying on the roll. This will allow the infill material to infiltrate the turf rapidly and prevent turf blades from getting trapped underneath.
14. Artificial Lawn Infill. The infill process will now commence using a standard seed drop spreader with either sand or crumb rubber as an infill. The infill helps to weigh the turf down, and stabilize the fibers so as to help avoid "matting". Most use sand infill as it is the least expensive (approx. $3 for a 50lb. bag compared to rubber infill approx. $10 for a 50lb. bag). Of course rubber is more shock absorbent than sand, so choose what you can afford and prefer, although it is advisable to have at least the top half in rubber infill. You want to calculate the amount of infill in advance, as you will want to leave 5/8 height(+/- 1/8) of grass blade exposed. As a general rule of thumb, approximately 12-14kg/sq.m of sand equals 1cm of infill height. For a crumb rubber infill, use a 10-20 mesh(diameter 1.5-2mm) rubber with approximately 5kg of rubber per square meter of 1cm infill height.
Depending upon the pile height of the product, a sample(50mm pile high grass) infill combination could be:
All sand infill: Use 25-30 kilogram of sand per sq.m
All rubber infill: Use 7-9 kilogramof rubber per sq.m
Sand/rubber combined system: Use 25 kg sand and 9kg of rubber per sq.m (ask about approximate infill heights at time of infill purchase due to varying sizes of material)
Spread the infill in several passes. As you spread the infill you should make one entire pass on the surface then sweep it down into the fibers, repeating the process until all of your infill has been spread.
15. Optional Edging around artificial lawn. Depending on your yard, you may want to install some type of edging material around your new artificial lawn. Examples are natural stone, rock borders, metal edging and plastic edging (similar to what is used around flower beds) are popular. If not, new natural grass may be laid around the area to provide proper tie-in and to ensure the best appearance.
The Guide for Maintenance
1. Gavelock and shot are forbidden; Ropy res(chutty, etc.) couldn't be thrown;Smoking is forbidden.
2. Cleaning and combing the artiricial surface once every week and fill in the infilling material in time.
3. According to the status of playground's surface, select appropriate gym shoes. And the heavy (such as car, bike and so on) would be forbid moved on the playground. Forbid benzine,oil use on the playground.
4. The playground's surface should be maintained according to the suggestions of providing merchants or sport groups.
5. The playground's surface mustn't be dealt with mechanism or chemical medicine.
7. The sporting time on the artificial turf surface should less than 6 hours everyday and the continue using time is no more than 3 hours, and stop using when the temperature is under -10ºC or over +40ºC outdoors.