Welcome to Global Syn-Turf – the leading manufacturer of artificial grass in the United States. We have the products and expertise to create always green, lush, beautiful space anywhere you desire - from residential and commercial landscapes, lawns and gardens to professional golf putting greens, playgrounds, and athletic fields. We stay at the vanguard of the industry by producing cutting-edge, realistically looking synthetic grass and developing new technologies that make our grass looks natural, soft, and fresh no matter weather or time of a year.
Synthetic grass specifications include a yarn's weight (a denier) measured in grams per 9,000 meters of material. More important regarding artificial turf quality is face weight - the consolidated weight of fibers and the backing to which it is tufted measured in ounces per square yard. Fiber exhibiting a high denier number, but sparsely tufted, will not add significantly to the face weight of the complete field. The heavier the grass face weight, the more yarn is in the product. There is also a monofilament synthetic fiber's thickness, measured in microns, is another specification more worthy of a buyer's attention than a denier. Chemistry plays a role in artificial grass ability to maintain color, withstand UV exposure and reflect heat.
The latest advancements in synthetic turf technology are deeply rooted in designing new types of fiber, or blade structure. The deviation from smooth, rectangular grass blades that tended to lie flat hasn't come overnight, and we have been paying unprecedented attention to the fiber tweaks over years. Global Syn-Turf fiber composition presents the latest advancement the synthetic turf industry hasn't seen in decades.
Global Syn-Turf manufactures monofilament synthetic grass fibers in dozens of different shapes, and can be viewed in cross section. Rectangles, triangles, diamonds, stem blades with vertical spines along their length are a popular choice for most homeowners and commercial property managers. For years, we were introducing new fiber shapes to improve resiliency and performance of turf.
The fiber shape determines how well a fiber resists fraying or how the grass area responds to solar glare and heat retention. Various blade shapes have been designed to improve fibers memory (resiliency); the capacity of the fiber stand up after being trampled down, and also reduce the glittering. Three-dimensional yarns resist the flattening effects of foot traffic.