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1. The capability of the turf to spring back when balls, shoes, or other objects strike the surface, thus providing a cushioning effect.<br>
 
1. The capability of the turf to spring back when balls, shoes, or other objects strike the surface, thus providing a cushioning effect.<br>
  
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<br>http://www.trevormay.co.uk/assets/images/multi5.jpg<BR><BR>
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Sports Truf has a Hig Resiliency<BR><BR>
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Source:http://www.trevormay.co.uk/html/edel_artificial_grass.html

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1. The capability of the turf to spring back when balls, shoes, or other objects strike the surface, thus providing a cushioning effect.


multi5.jpg

Sports Truf has a Hig Resiliency

Source:http://www.trevormay.co.uk/html/edel_artificial_grass.html