Multifunctional facility

advert by IAKS member Polytan

As part of the Heidesportplatz’s complete redesign into a family-friendly, multifunctional sports and leisure facility, our Polytan LigaGrass Pro surface with CoolPlus and a cork infill were installed, which is ideally suited for multifunctional use. The LigaGrass Pro filament with its triangular cross-section ensures even greater fibre stability and gives the turf more volume and structure. As the first crimped Polytan artificial turf system, the LigaGrass Pro also features BiColour colouring for a particularly natural look. The permanent, built-in CoolPlus function reduces overheating of the turf and is extremely effective, especially in the case of the textured turf systems, due to the large surface for reflecting the heat radiation.

The artificial turf pitch in Augustdorf was installed as a youth playing field (35 m x 55 m) and now forms the heart of the new facility. However, it is by no means the only playing field. A multifunctional playing field (40 m x 20 m) with goalposts and basketball hoops also belong to the sports complex. In addition, there is a calisthenics facility, a synthetic running track, a shot-put area, a boules field as well as multigenerational sports equipment, climbing rocks and numerous benches for pausing and resting.

The synthetic pitch, shot put area and synthetic running track even made use of our products: the Polytan Rekortan BS synthetic surface was used as an economical, all-round solution for athletics as well as the Polytan Rekortan M professional sports surface, which has proven its suitability for competitions worldwide. The structure-coated surface Rekortan BS is primarily used for running tracks, run-up tracks and athletics facilities and has a structured surface that is at the same time water-permeable and enables quick and simple installation. Rekortan M shines with its excellent acceleration and step elasticity. It is fast and impresses with high shock absorption, as well as providing excellent advantages in terms of sports medicine.


photo: Sandra Schuck for Polytan

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