Sprinturf introduced a new premium dual-fiber turf system that increases durability, improves fiber resilience and provides exceptional playability.
The Predator turf system blends Sprinturf’s proprietary Apex monofilament fibers with its SharkTooth slit-film fibers. The monofilament fiber features a ribbed diamond-shape fiber to enhance fiber memory, protect against fraying while also improving aesthetics. The monofilament and slit-film fibers boast microns of 380 and 140, respectively.
“Sprinturf has a proud history of manufacturing, installing and maintaining the best, longest-lasting synthetic turf systems in America, and the Predator turf system is yet another example of our commitment to provide our customers with the highest performing and most aesthetically pleasing turf systems possible,” said Justin Reddy, president of Sprinturf.
The Predator turf system is quickly being adopted by public and private schools, colleges and universities, and parks and recreation departments across the U.S. This includes the Reitz Bowl at FJ Reitz High School and Central Stadium in Evansville, Indiana, as well as Hornet Stadium at Sacramento State University, where Sprinturf collaborated with North Star Construction on the installation of the Predator turf system in August 2021.