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    Monofilament yarns -the preferred choice for long pile pitches

     

    WHO SHOULD CHOOSE MONOFILAMENT YARNS?
    Sporting bodies such as FIFA and World Rugby have introduced standards as a benchmark which turf companies must achieve. Monofilament yarn is best for meeting the stringent safety and quality requirements set by FIFA for ball roll, making it well-suited for top level sports pitches in stadiums and academies.

    This type of yarn is also best at meeting strengths such as:
    • Aesthetics – Various shades of green result in a more natural appearance
    • Individual fibres – Increases strength and resilience facilitating improved ball roll and body-surface interaction
    • Durability – Dense monofilament surfaces offer fantastic protection against the weather and intense use
    • Comfort – Dense constructions offer self-support, allowing yarns to stay upright for longer

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    Fibrillated yarns- extremely durable for heavy use

     

    WHO SHOULD CHOOSE FIBRILLATED YARNS?
    Quite simply, our fibrillated yarns will deliver a good standard of play and a longer useful more useful life for full size fields with heavy use, smaller training areas which are played on regularly and five-a-side pitches. Recent technological developments in fibrillated yarns has extended the lifetime of synthetic turf pitches beyond what was previously possible. Perfect for facilities that will be subjected to intensive use, some fibrillated yarns can withstand up to 140,000 cycles of the industry’s Lisport test before any effects.

    This type of yarn is also best at meeting strengths such as:
    • Aesthetics – Various shades of green result in a more natural appearance
    • Durability – Fibrillated fibres ensure the life of a surface is extended
    • Tuft lock – Fibres do not come loose as the pitch ages, maintaining its high quality
    • Spread – The web of fibre encapsulates the rubber in-fill, reducing rubber splash

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    Hybrid Yarns- offering you the best of both worlds

     

    WHO SHOULD CHOOSE HYBRID YARNS?
    The added durability and thickness of fibrillated yarn alongside the upright and resilient monofilament alternative creates a system that marries the best of both worlds. Thanks to its versatility, a Hybrid system can lend itself to both top-level use and heavily used community facilities, especially where football and soccer are played on the same field. Combining two yarns, such as FB Ultra HD™ and MN Ultra™, allows the system to reach FIFA’s highest standards, yet constant use does not affect pitch performance (provided it is installed and maintained correctly).

    This type of yarn is also best at meeting strengths such as:
    • Stabilization – The spread of the fibrillated yarn helps fill any voids left around monofilaments, creating a more robust surface
    • Durability – Mixing two strong yarns creates a hard-wearing surface that retains its skin friendliness and softness underfoot
    • Approval – Combining two yarns creates a pitch that easily meets the standards required by FIFA and World Rugby
    • Spread – The fibrillated yarn both supports the monofilament fibres and retains the rubber in-fill better than a pure monofilament surface

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    Combination yarns with thatch- to combat rubber splash

     

    WHO SHOULD CHOOSE COMBINATION YARNS WITH THATCH?
    Combination yarns with thatch are an excellent choice for a stadium or sports academy due to the high-quality appearance, soft touch and great performance of this system. Combination thatch yarns mimic the roots of natural turf providing a more stable playing surface, especially in drier conditions. The benefit of thatch is to hold the infill in place, thus reducing abrasiveness and the need for extra brushing; however the thatch fibres add weight to the overall product, meaning it is not a low cost option.

    This type of yarn is also best at meeting strengths such as:
    • Aesthetic – Combining thatch with monofilament drives up the yarn content producing a greener pitch
    • Stabilization- Thatch fills the gaps left in pure monofilament systems, providing the pitch with extra support
    • Comfort – Thatch’s ‘spring-like’ feel reinforces support underfoot, providing increased shock absorption
    • Support – The thatch supports the main fibres and reduces rubber in-fill splash

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