Everglade Spring Pro

A 1.75 inch pile, polyethylene monofilament with thatch construction. Designed specifically for landscape application to enhance recovery.
  • Recommended Use: Moderate to Heavy Traffic
  • Main Application: Landscape
  • Colors: Field Green / Lime Green

Main Advantage

  • Designed to truly replicate grass
  • A 1.75 inch blade height helps to achieve a natural appearance
  • Uniquely formulated polyurethane coated backing provides greater seam strength and durability
  • Not water soluble
  • Heat and frost resistant
  • UV stabilized
  • No harmful environmental effects
  • Non-flammable, anti-acid yarn resistant to chemical attack
Lead Free Products
  • All of our products undergo rigorous stringent testing to ensure safety and non-toxicity.
  • Our products contain no detectable traces of lead or other RCRA hazardous waste heavy metals
Yarn Characteristics
  • Type: Monofilament PE with Thatch
  • Composition/Structure: Polyethylene
  • Denier: 9,000/5,000
  • Colors: Field Green/Lime Green
Turf Characteristics
  • Pile/Face Weight: Approx. 75 ounces
  • Pile Height: Approx. 1.75 inches
  • Machine Gauge: 3/8 inch
  • Thatch Color: Brown
Backing Characteristics
  • Primary Backing 1
  • Composition/Structure: K29 Dual Layered Non-Expansive Backing
  • Weight: 7.3 ounces per square yard
  • Tuft Bind: 10+ pounds
  • Finish Coating: Polyurethane 20 oz. per sq/yd
Manufactured Rolls
  • Width: 15 feet
  • Length: 100 feet
  • Shipping Weight: 1155 pounds*
  • Roll Diameter: 24 Inches
  • Total Product Weight: Approximately 102 ounces per square yard

*Approx. Weight

Particulate Infill
  • Type: Quality Infill
  • Weight: 1.5-2.5 pounds per square foot*
  • Height: Approximately .5 inch to .75 inch
  • Colors: Green, Black or Natural

*Approx. Weight

Additional Info
  • Recommended Maintenance: Rinse and groom as needed to limit matting
  • Drainage Rate: 30+ inches of rain per hour per square yard
  • Matting Disclaimer: Synthetic grass, by the nature of the composition will have some matting possibilities. It’s important to discuss the level of use with your installer to ensure you’ve chosen the right product for your needs. Matting is not covered under the warranty.