Why International Fibres Group fibres are the best
The principal of the fibre-stabilised rootzone is well established, with products being used for sports surfaces and access roads around the world. IFG, however, continues to be at the forefront of turf technology.
Designing the ‘crimp’ into the fibre has permitted a far superior interlock between fibres and sand, as well as introducing a shock-absorbing effect which rapidly restores surface uniformity after load distortion. No other product has the performance characteristics of these fibres.
Synthetic grass
Indoor surfaces
Outdoor surfaces
Climate-specific UV stabilisation
Fibre material Melt spun Polypropylene PP staple fibre
Titer 4,4 – 300dtex
Crimp To suit application
Length 40 – 150mm
Colour Various
Specialities UV, FR, low fogging
Raw material 100% virgin PP

Durable and hardwearing, our fibres are ideal for a wide range of end use applications including:

  • Produces a surface which stays firm and level for longer
  • offers greater resistance to wear and tear
  • aids rapid draining by reducing rootzone compaction
  • real savings on cost and maintenance time
  • less devoting and more active recovery
  • provides a durable turfed load bearing surface
  • Provide a consistently firm, free-draining surface, ideal for both horse and rider
  • The ‘crimped’ fibre is mixed with sand to provide stabilisation of the rootzone, as well as introducing a shock-absorbing effect, which rapidly restores surface uniformity after load distortion. No other product protects pitches with the special performance characteristics of IFG’s fibres.
  • Dramatically improved load bearing capacity
  • Greatly reduces ‘rutting’, furrows and grooves
  • Cost effective and aesthetic ‘green road’ solution for emergency and service vehicle access routes around buildings, airports, race tracks, golf courses etc.
  • Prevents verge and roundabout damage due to unwanted vehicle use
  • A natural alternative to hard surface parking
  • Ideal for overspill carparking
  • The perfect solution for National Parks and other environmentally conscious areas