Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Selling Artificial Football Turf

However, from the 21st century things now seem much more progressive for turf manufacturers as now all artificial turfs have to go through rigorous tests of stability, flexibility and safety by UEFA and the FIFA. Manufacturers have also invented third generation football field turf that use sand or rubber infill to give a smooth real like structure. The grass for football fields are manufactured by polypropylene with a length of 5 centimeters, greased with silicon, tufted in cloth and finally polished with latex to give stability. To keep the fibers straight it is then raked with sand infill which also helps in being shock resistant. It was only after following through these rigid rules that artificial turfs were again allowed into football stadiums. It helped the games to be played in the winter season as well, which were hardly possible before. Not only games could be played but teams could spend endless time practicing on the pitch without any worry of scheduling limits. So now football players can hit the goal home, without worry of earning themselves turf toes!!