The need for remediation of an artificial turf surface is typically a result of high Gmax values. High Gmax values are commonly experienced due to:
• High sand content
• Poor infill material quality
• Clay, sand and soil blowing onto the field
• Paint build-up from field markings and logos
• Excessive compaction – resulting from staging and other static loads
In extreme instances of compaction, the infill will need to be removed in its entirety and new infill material will have to be installed.
While there are other needs and forms of remediation, excessive hardness is the dominant circumstance that requires remediation.
Having a documented best practice for all forms of possible remediation is required to manage a synthetic turf field
For more information regarding remediation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.