Marlborough College, Malaysia
The climate in this part of the world shows Fibreturf at its best – regular periods of torrential rainfall are coped with by the free draining characteristics of the reinforced sand, while the three dimensional fibre stabilisation maintains turf integrity and provides a firm footing for the students in all weathers.
When it isn’t raining, the grass can be exposed to intense periods of heat, with surface temperatures regularly rising above 40°C. The millions of fibres per square metre of Fibreturf encourage a strong, drought and wear resistant rootmass, minimising surface damage and stimulating rapid regrowth while at the same time providing a natural cooling system for the players and spectators.
Fibresand International is able to install fibre reinforced products anywhere in the world with its specialised mobile plant, making it a preferable, cost effective alternative to all weather synthetic pitches.