An IRB Type 22 synthetic rugby pitch can be installed in Bridge of Earn PH2 9 to meet IRB requirements for a professional quality playing surface. We provide specialist services to install and test artificial grass surfaces to ensure they are up to the correct standards. When building a new turf pitch for use with rugby, the latest technology of synthetic carpet will be used to give the best playing qualities. These rugby pitches are installed in Bridge of Earn at training grounds, sports clubs and schools as a more durable alternative to natural grass pitches. To learn about the installations we carry out please click here http://www.artificialrugbypitches.com/installations/perth-and-kinross/bridge-of-earn/ The specification that we use is a 3G synthetic turf surface which is infilled with sand and rubber to provide natural and comfortable performance capabilities.
In order to check that the synthetic turf surface nearby you in Bridge of Earn PH2 9 and in surrounding areas, meets the right requirements, IRB rugby field testing needs to be carried out. These consist of a number of performance and safety checks which determine the quality of the finished surface. Testing is done to check for durability, this ensures that the sports pitch provides playing qualities which are suited to the sport and mimic those of a natural grass surface. The synthetic carpet surfacing will also be subject to climatic resistance testing which checks to see if the area is resilient to the effects of natural weather like rain and wind. To learn more abour our team please click here http://www.artificialrugbypitches.com/perth-and-kinross/bridge-of-earn/ A sports surface with the characteristics of an IRB Type 22 artificial surface should offer good player/surface interaction and be able to withstand the effects of play. Finally, rugby field testing will be done to see how the ball interacts with the surface in terms of rolling and bouncing.
In order to comply with the IRB accreditation, the final surface must contain the key qualities of durability, climatic resistance, player/surface interaction and ball/surface interaction. Please contact our expert team today by filling in the quick contact form on this page to talk about the Type 22 synthetic pitch accreditation. We would be happy to offer you some more information and a product sheet on the specifications and costs to install this type of surface in Bridge of Earn and surrounding areas.
Whilst it is important to have specialist tests done if you are looking to have your 3G synthetic pitch accredited to Type 22 standards, you may also need IRB pitch maintenance carried out. We offer both professional testing and maintenance services to check each of these characteristics, as well as carrying out assessments to determine any maintenance which may be required. It is recommended that you have regular performance and safety checks carried out on an artificial turf sports pitch in order to test for any damage or problems which might arise. This will help to reduce costs of repairs or maintenance in the future as you can spot issues and deal with them as soon as possible. Our team are specialists in rugby pitch construction - presented here http://www.artificialrugbypitches.com/construction/perth-and-kinross/bridge-of-earn/ - so you can be sure you'll be getting a great quality service and end result.
Please get in touch with us today through the simple enquiry form on this page and one of our experts will get back to you with an idea of the costs to related to your IRB Type 22 synthetic rugby pitch in Bridge of Earn PH2 9 .