Cricket

Duraturf Wicket

 

This wonderful low cost product is suitable for creating afordable and tough synthetic cricket pitches. Just lay it down, glue and play. It is that easy.

Yarn: 

Polypropolene

Pile Height: 

7 mm

Colours: 

Eveergreen

Warranty: 

7 years against UV and colour fading

Guarantee: 

5 years manufacturing guarantee

Product Application: 

HT LSR 20 ND

 

 

This amazing synthetic multiturf product is used for large artificial hockey fields. "Multiturf" means that it can be used for more than one purpose. Use HT LSR 20 ND to build your own artificial football or hockey field for the kids - or FOR YOURSELF. Our clients are doing exactly that. Get the kids to play sport on an artificial sports field instead of lying around and watching TV. Only made for large projects, it has to be ordered specially for you.  When available, this turf can be used to build your own synthetic turf sports field

 

Yarn: 

100% Thiolon LSR fibrillated UV resistant

Pile Height: 

20mm

Colours: 

Olive Green. White and yellow for line marking

Warranty: 

Wriiten per installation

Guarantee: 

Written per installation

Oval

The perfect turf for synthetic cricket pitches and synthetic cricket practise nets. It can be used to transfer old tennis courts into multi purpose sports facilities. It is a sand dressed artificail grass carpet with a straight stitch pattern. Consider a low cost synthetic putting green with oval. Our clients love their artificial turf putting greens. Competitively priced it delivers a lot of bang for your buck.

Yarn: 

LSR Fibrillated yarn - UV resistant

Pile Height: 

11 mm

Colours: 

Field green and olive green. White and yellow for marking

Warranty: 

Written and backed by Belgotex

Guarantee: 

5 years against UV and colour fading

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