Install Artificial Football Grass and infrastructure is considered one of the most important stages of implementing a football artificial grass project.
Infrastructure can have many effects on reducing or extending the life and impact of artificial grass. So attention to detail can have many positive effects.
Hard infrastructure (water outlet in horizontal direction)
In this way, the surface of the floor is covered by materials such as asphalt, concrete or prefabricated parts.
This layer should have a gentle slope from the center to the two longitudinal sides of the ground so that the rain water will move on the grass surface and be moved out of the ground.
Discolored or unbound gravel. (Vertical water outflow)
In this method, the soil surface is leveled and crushed and covered with several layers of sand with different grain diameters.
Surface water passes through these sand and gravel layers and, after reaching the hard, inferior impermeable layer, traverses the slope of the earth and is transported to a network of canals around the earth.
Special pipes are embedded in these canals, capable of transporting large volumes of water to various locations.
These pipes are connected to underground tanks and wells that store water inside and release it into the ground.
Steps to Install Artificial Football Grass
Sporting and install Artificial Football Grass is only possible by expert executive teams, including the following steps.
First step) Flatten the geotextile
Geotextile is a polypropylene-like wax layer that is spread over the surface to soften, puncture and protect the baking layer of artificial grass.
Second step) Flatten and execute the cutting of artificial grass
Artificial grass rolls open, carefully spread out on top of each other on the geotextile layer. Extra parts are cut and cut with a razor blade.
Step 3) Paste and integrate rolls and patches of grass
The third step is to install artificial football grass paste rolls and patches:
This is done with the Siming Type. A kind of industrial fabric (cloth) that is positioned at the intersection of grass and underneath, and is coated and covered with two-component polyurethane adhesive.
The edges of both pieces of grass lay evenly and symmetrically on the two halves of the bonding strip, and after the adhesive is firm and firm, the seam between the pieces of grass cannot be discerned.
Step 4) Add and spread silica sand
In the fourth step of installing artificial turf, depending on the model (height, density, dithix, filament structure) and how the artificial turf is used, from 1 to 2 kg of silica sand per square meter.
This is done by a special combing machine.
Step 5) Add and Spread the Rubber Granule
About 2 to 4 kg of rubber granule per square meter is used to fill the gaps in the fibers and to crack the artificial grass.
Step 6) Drawing
The last step in installing a football is to draw a line.