What is the Gauge of Synthetic Turf?
Answered Oct 24, 2018 11:09 AM
Gauge is the distance between the yarns of synthetic turf. Technically, it indicates the number of needles per inch across the width of the tufting machine. Gauge is referred to density. The higher this number, the denser the grass.
too technical for me.
From just the surface appearance, people can't tell any difference from the different gauges: it is more of manufacturing technical reference.
For commercial projects, such technical specs for turf become very necessary.
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