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Introduction to cost of artificial turfs

Dec 5, 2015



It is obvious that artificial turfs have a wide application in our real life. With the beautifying of environmental greening process, artificial turfs are more and more popular among people. For example, many communities and gardens have a large proportion of artificial turfs. Besides, artificial turfs are used in many sports courts. So what is the price of artificial turfs per square meter? We think many people would care about this issue, in this essay, it will briefly tell us the elements of cost of artificial turfs.

The price of artificial turfs is calculated per square meter, which can also be called as unit price of artificial turfs. There are many elements that can affect the price of artificial turfs. The decisive element is called as dtex. If we classify artificial turfs into different levels, namely low level, middle level and high level. The dtex of each level has different value, the first is between eight thousand to eight thousand eight hundred, the second is between ten thousand to eleven thousand, the latter is between fifteen thousand to sixteen thousand. The elements of price are as following. First, the density of artificial turfs can affect the price of artificial turfs. 


Generally, when the density is higher, the price is higher. Second, the height of artificial turfs can affect the price of artificial turfs. When the height is higher, then the price is higher. Third, the foundation cloth of artificial turfs can affect the price of them. Usually there are three kinds of cloth, the first layer is made of PP, the second layer is made of PP and non-woven fabric,  or PP and net cloth, the third is made of PP and non-woven fabric and net cloth.


We can now know the elements of cost of artificial turfs.




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