4th Generation Synthetic Sport Surfacing is being marketed all around the UK in leisure centres, schools, sports clubs and football league soccer domes. The term of 4G artificial grass is very vague and in all honesty no testing has been completed to this day stating this is the new 4G sports pitch product, materials and design.
Synthetic Sport Surfacing Specifications
Some contractors, suppliers and installers are calling a non infill synthetic turf a 4G carpet and actually went to site where a soccer team are calling there pitch the latest 6G pitch. I went and played on this pitch and personally in my own opinion it played like a 3G pitch. It was a 40mm pile height artificial grass with sand and rubber infill. So therefore I will let the reader make their mind up to what pitch it was?
Synthetic turf and designs is evolving and no doubt soon there will be a recognised specification for the 4th generation synthetic sports pitch and whether this is a new design to how the infill is completed, the sub base or a tweak to the existing shockpad, they all are likely.
If you are reading this and in need for a quote, price or cost on the synthetic pitches, as well as details of how you could get financial help through a funding grant, please email email@example.com or visit our website which will explain the difference in specifications for football, rugby, hockey or multi use sports. We can meet any accreditation on the surfacing like FIFA, FIH, IRB, RFU or FA so please do not hesitate to contact us and we will endeavour to assist you with every aspect of your sport surfacing enquiry.