Notts Sport launches faster-lay ChildsPlay synthetic turf

Notts Sport has improved its synthetic surfacing so contractors can lay it almost as fast and freely as children play on it.

Notts Sport added the new layer to its ChildsPlay synthetic turf called VHAF NottsSward to increase all-round benefits.

"The lightweight NottsBase expanded polypropylene tiles slot together in dovetail form, making them quicker to install," said a representative.

"For play providers, faster installation also means reduced costs and less time wasted with a facility out of commission."

Hemispheres under the tiles form air voids that disperse energy on impact, ensuring enhanced performance over a traditional solid expanded polypropylene tile.

"This means that when laid over any surface, including concrete, a ChildsPlay system can offer users a critical fall height protection of up to 3m."

Chairman Shaun Patrick said the product was recyclable and the manufacturing process did not use volatile organic compounds or other harmful materials.

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