Amorim Shock Pads for Artificial TurfReinventing the performance of synthetic fields and enhanced athlete safety.
We are a material supplier that understands material properties and how they contribute to system performance.
Excellent performance is not only determined by the infill material or the type of grass but also by your choice of shock pad.
However, excellent performance means different things for different stakeholders, such as: athletes, installers, turf manufacturers, designers or regulatory entities.
Our main objective, as a material supplier with extensive knowledge about cork, is the development of new materials that fulfil market requirements, avoiding the “me-too” commodity game and providing safety and comfort for all users.
Natural and recycled materials engineered specifically as a safe and high performance shock pad
Our offer a dimpled PU-bonded cork, recycled rubber (SBR) and recycled EVA, specifically engineered for use under artificial turf systems and for the highest level elite sports.
This enables Amorim Cork Composites to guarantee uniformity in ball rebound, shock absorption, force reduction, elasticity and other cushioning properties over the lifetime of an installation.
Made with natural and recycled materials, Amorim Dynamic 25 is an environmentally-friendly product preformed in rolls. It is loose laid under artificial turf systems.
Contributing to exceptional drainage
With a great water permeability rate, Amorim Dynamic 25 is a shock pad that contributes to exceptional drainage characteristics of the system under all weather conditions.
It is weatherproof and long-lasting, and will not rot, harden or become brittle over time.
Shock Pad's main attributes
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|Material||Amorim Dynamic 25|
|Recovery at 100psi||>80%|
|Compression at 100psi||25-45%|
|Tensile Strenght||>0.1 MPa (14.5 psi)|
|Standard vertical Deformation(2)||3.2 mm|
|Infiltration Rate (Vertical)(4)||18311 mm/hr|
|Horizontal Drainage(5)||0.097l/s per m|
(1)FIFA Test Method 04a. (2)FIFA Test Method 05a. (3)FIFA Test Method 13. (4)EN 12616:2013. (5)EN ISO 12958:2010
The data provided in this table represents typical values. This information is not intended to be used as a purchasing specification and does not imply suitability for use in a specific application. Failure to select the proper product may result in either equipments damage or personal injury. Please contact us regarding specific application recommendations. Amorim Cork Composites expressly disclaims all warranties, including any implied warranties or merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose. Amorim Cork Composites is not liable for any indirect special, incidental, consequential, or punitive damages as a result of using the information listed in this tabl. Any of its material specification sheets, its products or any future use or re-use of them by any person or entity.