Rugby Union and Rugby League are mainly played on natural turf pitches in Australia. However, the reality of a rugby suitable synthetic, all weather, all season playing surface is here. World Rugby (WR) has adopted a synthetic turf policy and introduced minimum standards. It specifies products with non abrasive, longer fibres than other field sports, and sand and rubber infill to better absorb the work of the scrum and the heavy impacts of this physical game.
Turf One is a leading sports field contractor with decades of experience designing and constructing natural and synthetic playing fields that perform to the highest standards, including those of World Rugby.
Additionally, we work closely with leading global manufacturers of sports surfacing materials including FieldTurf to be always able to provide the latest technology and innovation in surface layer materials.
Built from our 20+ years of industry-leading innovation and unmatched expertise, CORE, the first multi-layer dual-polymer fiber ever, rewrites the playbook for sports turf, reinvents the playing field, and redefines the player experience.
PureFill cork infill is a natural infill that is environment friendly and non-toxic. It is a recyclable and sustainable product that is harvested from the cork oak tree every nine years, without harming the trees.
Ambient (SBR) Rubber is an environmental, cost-efficient, and durable solution that has withstood the test of time. Processed through a rubber cracker mill at ambient temperature, the result is a more jagged rubber granule than its cryogenic cousin, creating a looser infill with air pockets which can lead to infill migration.
Low temperature. FieldTurf’s exclusive and innovative extruded composite (EC) top dressing allows the CoolPlay system to deliver the same behavior and overall stability as FieldTurf’s Elite system fields found in the world’s most famous stadiums. CoolPlay takes nothing away from performance… except the heat.
Cryogenic (SBR) rubber is the cleanest, highest grade of rubber granule. Ground-up recycled tires are cryogenically frozen then shattered into small, smooth-edged particles. This smooth shape facilitates a consistent flow of water through the infill without raising and displacing any rubber while allowing rubber and sand to remain in suspension in a layered system – the optimal mix for a safe and consistent playing surface.