Woven Technology


Woven technology allows a number of synthetic turf fibres to be combined and positioned randomly in the surface layer of an artificial grass system.

Currently, woven synthetic turf pitches will be most often used for top-level, professional football. The weaving production process makes it possible to jointly use materials from the same product family (polypropylene and polyethylene). Unlike traditional tufted artificial grass technology, woven technology makes it possible to weave the yarns into each structure and with varying distances into the pitch, giving the pitch a very realistic appearance and enhancing the ball behaviour. Players can also get their feet under the ball more easily on this pitch thanks to the woven construction.

The matrix weaving pattern has a positive effect on the rotational resistance of a player’s feet. Another advantage of weaving technology is that the fibres show better bonding, because the fibres in the matrix weaving construction are interwoven into the top layer. The high density and combination of the synthetic turf fibres enhance the resilience of the field.

The key features of a woven synthetic turf system are:

  • Natural appearance
  • Reduction in the amount of infill splash
  • Reduction of infill compaction due to the woven matrix pattern
  • No pile direction and therefore equal ball roll in all directions
  • Improved ball speed and therefore the speed of a game is significantly higher, resulting from optimal ball and playing characteristics
  • Synthetic turf fibres remain even more firmly upright
  • Players can get their feet under the ball more easily
  • Reduction in glare due to dispersed light reflection

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