Artificial grass pitches become contaminated if they are not cleaned and looked after properly, dirt gets stuck within the pores in the carpet fibres and leads to moss and algae growing on the surface.
You should tackle any sports pitch contamination as soon as possible through deep cleaning or rejuvenation maintenance to remove the dirt and moss from within the turf fibres.
It is important that sports courts have any contaminants removed as soon as possible to ensure it is safe for use and suitable for the games being played.
If you are suffering with artificial sports surfacing infill contamination we are able to help. Depending upon the design and specification of artificial grass, a synthetic sports pitch is filled with sand or sand and rubber in order to ensure the fake grass fibres stand upright. The infill within the sports carpet fibres also protect the backing of the synthetic turf and improve the playing characteristics when playing on the surface. A regular maintenance procedure would include regularly distributing the sand and making certain that it has not become compacted. The conservation of the artificial surface in this way improves the safety and performance of your sport surfacing and ensures the sand-infill does not become flattened deep within the fibres, leading to poor drainage and waterlogging of the pitch.
You may find out more information regarding synthetic sport surfacing contamination and how to prevent it by filling in our contact form. Our team are happy to give you all the details that you will need in order to get the best results possible.
Once your artificial sports court has become contaminated, it's important that this is sorted as soon as possible. Our team of experts are on hand across the UK to help a number of facilities maintain their area and keep it clean for a long time. Whether you require drag brushing/mat, deep cleaning machinery or chemical treatments, we can give you exactly what you are looking for, at a great price. Speak to our professionals today to find out everything you will need to know. Just fill out the enquiry form provided and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
If you're looking how to avoid contamination, it's important to carry out routine maintenance for your sport surface. Regular upkeep which we would recommend includes:
Each of these maintenance processes is done to avoid contamination and also to stop synthetic pitch flooding as these problems can make the surface unsafe and cause damage. To learn more about a flooded pitch, make sure to visit this page http://www.syntheticturfpitchmaintenance.co.uk/pitch-problem/flooding/ Please feel free to speak to one of our experts if you've got any questions regarding sport pitch contamination and upkeep.
If you are interested to know how we remove contaminated sand infill, our nearby experts can carry out a full rejuvenation. The rejuvenation process is a great way to remove dirty sand-infill and replace it with new silica sand. During the rejuvenation process the dirty sand-infill is extracted. You can then choose from a recycled rejuvenation or an ordinary rejuvenation. Recycled rejuvenations include cleaning the existing sand-infill, whereas standard rejuvenations involve replacing the infill with brand new silica sand. After this has been done, the sand-infill is spread around the pitch to make sure the best porosity.
It's important that the infill is monitored on a regular basis to make certain that is has not become compacted deep in the synthetic grass. If the sand-infill becomes too hard and compact, the natural drainage of your surface may suffer meaning that the system is no longer porous. Artificial turf pitches are made up from permeable materials that allow the drainage of water. We can carry this out for a number of sports including rugby pitches. For more info on rugby pitch maintenance please click here http://www.syntheticturfpitchmaintenance.co.uk/sports/rugby-pitch/ If the surfacing becomes contaminated with dirty sand the pitch may no longer be SuDS compliant and can become waterlogged preventing the play of sport.
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It is a duty of care for the caretaker or keeper of a local artificial turf pitch to ensure a regular upkeep schedule is in place post installation. It is much simpler and effective to have a proactive maintenance plan rather than reacting to problems such as weeds, moss and algae once they occur upon the surfacing. Schools, colleges, universities, sports clubs and leisure centres closest to you should ensure that their plastic grass sport surfacing is preserved and maintained in order to increase its life expectancy. Through completing this regular maintenance in your surrounding area you can ensure that the turf safety qualities are kept at the highest level.
For more information regarding synthetic grass pitches and the maintenance required to restore safety and performance, please fill out our contact form today and we will be in touch with some up to date information on the maintenance procedures required for preventing dirty and contaminated synthetic turf. You can also find out about our team and the services we provide by clicking here http://www.syntheticturfpitchmaintenance.co.uk/ As experts in dealing with artificial sports surfacing infill contamination we aim to offer the best value for money.