Envirofill's natural heat-reducing properties have been proven to
significantly lower synthetic surface temperature.
It resists changes brought on by even the harshest weather conditions.
What Is Infill?
Infill is the dense, fine particle materials located at the base of a synthetic turf system. Supporting the turf blades, it acts as the ballast, footing, and athlete shock absorption. Since 1998, synthetic turf systems mainly consisted of crumb rubber but after two decades of playing on these surfaces, field owners realized that crumb rubber didn’t meet all their needs.
A lot of progress has taken place in recent years, offering a multitude of infill, pad and turf options that can be designed specifically for your geography, sport and maintenance expectations.
Choose your infill wisely. Infill has a greater impact on system performance than any other component. And pound for pound, there is significantly more infill than any other component in a synthetic turf system. Let us help you sort through the information and make sense of all the options.