Synthetic pitch maintenance can be done with drag mats which are pulled around the surface and help to redistribute the infill and maintain good performance qualities.
Drag matting maintenance should be done on a regular basis for sand or rubber filled synthetic pitches to keep the infill evenly spread and prevent contamination within the fibres.
When carrying out drag matting to nearby synthetic sports pitches, our professionals are on hand to provide you with great results that suit your requirements.
Drag mat artificial turf sports surfaces in Airlie DD8 5 is a type of maintenance plan which is recommended. The sport surfacing maintenance dragging mat is used to spread and distribute the infill over the pitch evenly to maintain the required playing characteristics of the sports all weather pitch surface. Whether it is a 3G rubber infilled football pitch or 2G hockey pitch sand infilled sports surface the drag-mat will help keep the second generation or third generation pitch performing consistently.
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Drag matting is a servicing proceduce which is carried out on a local sport facility closest to you to spread sand infill evenly around the area. As well as evenly spreading infill over the 2G or 3G pitch drag-matting maintenance will help remove any unwanted litter, weeds and vegetation from the surface. Failure to remove these from the all weather synthetic turf sports surface could lead to pitch becoming the perfect habitat for moss and algae to grow forming a drainage inhibiting layer. This moss and algae layer mixes with the infill and is trodden into the synthetic turf fibres causing the infill to compact and prevent water from draining through the artificial carpet correctly causing water to hold and puddle on the surface. In some circumstances to resolve or rectify this problem the all weather sports surface may need to undergo reactive maintenance in the form of rejuvenation or resurfacing. The turf drag brushing process http://www.syntheticturfpitchmaintenance.co.uk/proactive/drag-brushing/angus/airlie/ can also be done to remove contaminants from within the grass and keep the surface and its surrounding area performing well.
There are many ways to use this equipment, to find out some of the choices, read the information below:
Professionals would attach the drag-mat to the back of vehicle such as a quad bike and travel around the 2G or 3G pitch to redistribute the sand or rubber infill evenly. It is also possible to drag-mat the surface by hand, a hand operated drag mats can be purchased which would allow you to drag-mat and evenly spread infill across the artificial sport surface independently.
We can offer any advice you need with regards to drag-matting and other types of maintenance for synthetic sports pitches so feel free to contact us through our enquiry form.
There are many venues and establishments that have fake grass sports pitch facilities in the form of sand filled 2G http://www.syntheticturfpitchmaintenance.co.uk/surfaces/sand-filled/angus/airlie/ or rubber infilled 3G or 4G pitches. All establishments with synthetic sports surfaces will need a regular proactive maintenance package in Airlie DD8 5 to keep an all-weather pitches performing consistently to their best and preventing possible costly reactive maintenance such as artificial turf replacement. These establishments include:
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For each of these facilities we can also carry out sport surface performance tests http://www.syntheticturfpitchmaintenance.co.uk/survey/field-testing/angus/airlie/ to check the playing qualities and ensure that the flooring is safe for use.
For more information on drag mat artificial turf sports surfaces maintenance in Airlie DD8 5 including drag-matting including information on the costs and prices associated with maintaining a synthetic turf pitch please contact us. All that you need to do is fill in our application form on our website and a member of our team will get in contact with you. Thanks for reading our information.