Artificial Grass Turf Infill, Synthetic Turf Natural Cork Infill
Artificial Grass Turf Natural Cork Infill
Top Features for Artificial Grass Turf Natural Cork Infill
- 100% Natural cork derived from the bark on the Cork Oak Tree
- Environmentally safe, recyclable, non toxic
- Contains thermal properties, will maintain a cooler turf
- Resilient, moisture proof and has very low thermal conductivity
- Exceptional shock absorbancy
- Helps stand the grass blades upright giving a natural appearance
- Significant contributor in preventing surface wearing
Infill for artificial or synthetic grass turf
When you want the most realistic synthetic grass infill at your home or business, the Artificial Grass Turf Natural Cork Infill from Greatmats will give you an amazing level of performance that helps you approximate the feel of natural grass.
Our cork infill for synthetic grass consists of a 100% natural cork that's derived from the bark of the Cork Oak Tree. This means our cork turf infill works as a sustainable, non-toxic, organic material that has a host of benefits versus using sand or rubber as your infill for artificial grass.
Benefits of Cork
Making use of a cork infill for artificial turf works extremely well for a variety of situations. This is a new style of infill that has been tested and proven to be the best astro turf infill system on the market, when used in conjunction with traditional crumb rubber as a base layer.
Beyond the performance benefits of using a cork infill for synthetic grass, you'll also be receiving an environmental benefit. The natural properties of cork make it more environmentally friendly than other types of infill for artificial grass options.
When used as an astro turf infill, cork will give you a long-lasting product. Cork has tiny air chambers that recover quickly from pressure, which keeps your cork turf infill from wearing down and flattening out in a non uniform way.
Another benefit of using a cork infill for artificial turf is that it gives the attached artificial grass the ability to react naturally to people playing sports. This synthetic grass infill will give you a natural roll, elasticity, and bounce, regardless of the sport.
Additionally, our cork infill for artificial turf has a low thermal conductivity. This means the artificial turf will stay cooler. When exposed to weather, the cork turf infill will not absorb moisture because of its closed cell structure.
As one final benefit to using cork as your synthetic grass infill, you will not have a strong smell, as occurs with some other options. Any smell you receive with cork infill for artificial turf would be a woody scent, which is the natural smell of cork.
The best method to use for a cork turf infill installation is to make one pass over the field, installing half of the infill area with a crumb rubber. The other half, or the top layer, will then receive a cork infill on the second pass. We recommend that you do not mix the two infills prior to installation.
You're sure to love using cork as your synthetic grass infill. Cork is a completely organic product. It's 100% recyclable with no waste by-products.
The cork can be harvested from Cork Oak Trees every nine years without any harm done to the tree. This process actually contributes to the sustainability of the forest.
When you're ready to order the Greatmats Artificial Grass Turf Natural Cork Infill product, you'll receive a large sack of product weighing 1,500 pounds. The sack measures 44 by 44 inches and is 96 inches in height. Should you have any questions about this amazing cork turf infill, please contact the Greatmats customer service team for more information about using or ordering this product.
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|Thickness||Less than 2 mm|
|SF per Item||0.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||1|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Hardness||Kg/m3 >130|
|Surface Finish||Cork Granuals|
|Border Strips Included||No|
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