Silica Sand Infill Handcart For Football Grass Installation
The surface should be brushed regularly and in accordance with the recommendations of the turf manufacturer. The brushing frequency will be related to the intensity of use – the more often it is used, the more often you must brush it.
The main effect of brushing is to level the infill to ensure the uniformity of the surface. A second important reason for brushing a synthetic field is to prevent pile lean and pile flattening. Many synthetic fibres have a tendency to lean in a particular direction or flatten with use. To overcome this, regular brushing in all directions will help to keep the fibres upright and non-directional.
A variety of brush types exist on the market with different degrees of effectiveness. The most commonly used ones are drag brushes, which are normally attached to the rear of tractor units, either hydraulically or as a simple attachment. They are particularly effective at levelling the infill (where present) in the surface. Rotary brushes are also used and are typically attached to the front of the tractor unit. They can rotate forward or in reverse. Rotating forward is particularly effective at removing material from the surface, and either modes of rotation are good for raising the pile of the carpet. The tractor speed should not exceed 5 kilometres per hour and sharp turns must be avoided.
Always brush in different directions, as brushing in one direction will tend to cause the fibres to lean in that direction. This will result in different ball roll characteristics in different directions. The high-wear areas will require additional attention as these zones will obviously have the most disrupted infill and pile flattening due to the intensity of the play. It is most effective to brush the surface when it is dry.
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