Roll dimensions (WxL)
1x5m | 1x10m | 1x15m | 1x20m
2x5m | 2x10m | 2x15m | 2x20m
Doing exercise on artificial grass is sometimes unpopular because of the lack of absorbency of the surface, raising fears that it does not provide the safety level required.
The compact and dense surface of artificial CurledTrail grass minimises the impact on the joints, ensuring a greater level of comfort and protection for sport’s people when doing exercise such as functional training.
Anyone who practices sledding exercises knows the effect that the strands of grass have on the execution of the movement. With conventional grass, the strands tend to fall in the same direction. The action of pushing in this direction becomes easier as the surface is smoother, reducing the friction. On the other hand, pushing in the opposite direction becomes a tougher task. This will create conditioning factors and limit the exercise.
CurledTrail grass has a uniform surface that has the same resistance in all directions, thus improving the training conditions for traction-sliding exercises.
When fitting out your gym, it is extremely important to put yourself in the shoes of the members and think about how they will feel when they visit. Creating a welcoming environment is essential for the users to feel comfortable and for them to stay longer and look forward to coming back. Installing artificial grass is a solution that provides a good aesthetic balance , giving the venue a natural, fresh and sophisticated appearance.
|Composition||Backing: Polypropylene mesh with SBR Resin/Latex | Filament: Polyethylene grass with UV stabilisation|
|Nº of points/m2||63.000|
|Roll dimensions (width x length)||1m x 5m | 1m x 10m | 1m x 15m | 1m x 20m | 2m x 5m | 2m x 10m | 2m x 15m | 2m x 20m|
|Roll weight||1m x 5m – 10,5kg | 1m x 10m – 21kg | 1m x 15m – 31,5kg | 1m x 20m – 42 kg | 2m x 5m – 21kg | 2m x 10m – 42 kg | 2m x 15m – 63kg | 2m x 20m – 84 kg|
|Type of installation / placement||Double-sided adhesive tape | Bicomponent glue | Clamps|
|Installation environment||Indoors and outdoors|
|Maintenance||Indoors: Clean with a broom or vacuum cleaner|
Outdoors: Sweep and wash with a lot of water
|Guarantee||Legal guarantee for manufacturing defects (please enquire)|
Artificial grass can be installed in different ways:
Indoor – For non-permanent facilities, such as rented premises, the flooring can be installed using double-sided adhesive tape.
For permanent premises, it can be fixed using a bicomponent glue.
Outdoor – For cement bases, it can be installed with a bicomponent glue directly onto the base.
For earth or gravel grounds, it should be installed using bicomponent glue on top of a mesh. To fix the edges, several systems can be used, such as clamps or creating a cement perimeter where you can glue the grass using bicomponent glue.
When installing the different rolls, make sure the strands are all pointing in the same direction. Also check that the joints are as tight as possible to reduce their visibility in the final result.
The artificial grass should be cut from its base (black underlay). To do so, the roll should be positioned upside down, with the grass at the bottom, cutting the black underlay directly.
The artificial grass can be installed on any kind of ground, as long as it is compact, level, clean and dry.
Clean off the dirt using a leaf blower, broom or hosepipe with running water.
For indoor venues, a vacuum cleaner can be used to remove the dirt.
This product is appropriate for indoor and outdoor installation.
The artificial grass has channels that allow the water to flow off it. Nevertheless, the draining of the venue should be planned and designed for the specific ground.
If it is applied directly on earth, weeds may appear. To control the appearance of weeds, apply a geotextile layer or herbicides before the installation, with annual maintenance.