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The difference between sand-filled and sand-free basketball turf
- Dec 11, 2018 -

Compared with traditional EPDM plastic, silicon PU, acrylic and other materials, basketball turf has the advantages of simple construction, low cost and more environmentally friendly taste. A standard basketball turf basketball court is 28m long and 15m wide, which is 420 square meters. Generally speaking, two professional lawn workers can finish in 2-3 days. Because of the fast construction and environmentally friendly taste, basketball basketball basketball The field is also becoming the material of choice for school playgrounds.

 

From the perspective of construction technology, basketball turf is mainly divided into two types: sand-filled and sand-free. Sand-filled basketball turf has a height of 20mm and a density of between 21,000 clusters and 24,000 clusters. It can also choose a mesh grass with a height of 10mm and a density of 50400 clusters. The advantage of sand-filled basketball turf is that quartz sand increases the wear resistance of the lawn. Can extend the life of the course.

 

The sand-free basketball turf has a height of 10mm, a density of more than 63,000 clusters, or 72,500 clusters. Because the cluster density of the lawn is very large, even if it is not filled with sand, there will be no rebound of the ball, and protection. Better; relatively speaking, because the cluster density is large, the price of the lawn is not higher than that of the sand-filled basketball turf. However, because there is basically no need to fill the sand, the overall cost difference between the two is small.

 

Nowadays, many schools use basketball turf instead of plastic granules as the grounding material for the stadium. A large part of the reason is environmental protection and the worry about the poisonous runway problem. The artificial turf is environmentally friendly and tasteless. It is the material of choice for basketball courts and playgrounds.

 

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