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Merger positions re-bounce® as shock pad for the future

For many years, re-bounce® shock pads were the secret ingredient that remained largely hidden underneath some of the best performing…

Retirement of Jan Heuvelmans marks the end of an era

He held it off for a long time, but now that he is certain that his “Refoam” panels are in…

European standard levels playing field for shock absorbing layers

Open-cell or closed cell prefabricated shockpads, either from virgin or recycled materials, in-situ shockpads or e-layers are all expected to…

Shockpad verification mandatory

The upcoming FIFA manuals for quality synthetic turf football surfaces will stipulate that it will have to be verified whether…

Schmitz Foam expansion project approved

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Grisham Stadium is future-proof

The new synthetic turf surface of Carrollton High School’s Grisham Stadium in Georgia, the US, uses a blend of components…

Synthetic turf components exempt from VAT

A change in the Tax Code will exempt Uzbek football clubs, the national FA and the league from paying VAT…

What an LCA Tool for outdoor sports surfaces could look like

Environmental cost indicators are commonly used in many engineering sectors, yet they are fairly new to the market for outdoor…

European standard to determine shockpad and e-layer quality

The European Standards Committee (CEN) has harmonised the way performance and durability for shockpads and e-layers throughout Europe should be…

New norm defines future shock pad and e-layer performance

Everything is set for the European Standards Committee (CEN) to, this year, adopt a standard that specifies minimum performance and…