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Variable shock

from inconsistent infill levels during and between games increases risk of severe shock injuries

Infill splash

causing infill movement, mess, and distractions

High lifecycle cost

from periodic refilling, replacement, and disposal

Health risk

from chemicals, metals, or dust particles from any infill

High maintenance

to keep proper infill levels and distribution

Environmental risk

from infill migration, removal, and disposal of used infill; affecting waterways and microplastic pollution

Inconsistent traction

increases risk of ligament injuries

The issues

with infilled turf systems

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The answer lies in non-infill systems by

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Our PLAYERS prefer the natural feel,

Our PLAYERS want to keep playing,

Our PLAYERS deserve better!

PLAYABILITY

Average shock absorption

56 - 69%

Average vertical deformation

8.5 - 10.8 mm

Average reduced ball roll

4.8 - 5.2 m

Average ball rebound

0.85 m

SAFETY & DURABILITY

Average GMAX

105 - 115

Average rotational resistance

28 - 32 N

Average reduced ball roll after simulated wear

5.8 - 6.3 m

Warranty

up to 10 years

Industry's highest performance without infill

S9 REVOLUTION

The highest performance non-infill in the market that can compete even with the best infilled systems. The S9 Revolution was designed to meet the highest standards and doing so with less maintenance of infilled systems and for longer time.

T-TURF ALL-IN-ONE

The industry's only non-infill turf that has the playability of the top sports surface but without the need for a shock pad.

This makes the All-in-one the perfect multipurpose surface for the environmentally conscious, using at least 70% fewer materials