The Key To Affecting The Wear Resistance Of Artificial Turf Is The Abrasion Resistance Of Raw Materials

- Apr 13, 2018-

Artificial turf had emerged as early as the 1960s when it was made artificially and made from plastics and chemical fiber products. From the appearance point of view, when the grass blade section of the artificial turf is flat, there is no natural turf offset.

As a kind of imitation natural turf fabric, the application of artificial turf can not only meet the high-intensity sports demands, but also has simple laying and strong applicability; in addition, it has bright color, good touch, and excellent grass flatness, and does not need to consume water to maintain it. In order to meet this characteristic of perennial sports, artificial turf is required to be able to withstand long-term damage from ultraviolet rays, wind, rain and other harsh external conditions, and has a long service life.

In order to achieve this goal, it is necessary to improve the wear resistance of artificial turf on the basis of the original, thereby prolonging its service life, and promoting its development in environmental protection, economy, and sports. The currently used sports artificial turf are basically made of polymer composite materials, and its main components are polyethylene non-biodegradable materials.

Although such materials have excellent physical, chemical, and mechanical properties, the polymer materials have low surface hardness, poor load carrying capacity, and are prone to wear. Such artificial turfs are quickly exposed to frequent use and high abrasion resistance. damage. Therefore, people try to use a variety of fillers to enhance the polymer wear resistance, and study the mechanism of enhanced material interaction with the matrix material.

 It turns out that filling materials in polymer composites in artificial turf can really improve the wear characteristics of the matrix and increase its service life. Therefore, in the case of artificial sport lawns, the study of its wear resistance is actually a study of the wear resistance of polymer composites.