What exactly does "infill" mean when talking about artificial turf?

Karrie | Apr 1 11:37 PM

1 Answer

Infill refers to the material placed between the artificial grass blades to provide stability, support, and resilience. Common infill materials include silica sand, crumb rubber, and eco-friendly alternatives like cork or coconut fibers. It helps the turf fibers stand upright, enhances performance, and improves drainage.

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