Austin, Texas (PressExposure) November 07, 2011 -- ACT Global Sports and Dywilan from Poland have signed a strategic alliance for the development and production of a breakthrough woven technology for football synthetic turf systems. The Xtreme Turf WX50 revolutionary system consists of Xtreme grass fibers locked into a woven backing system. The manufacturing method is unique to all of the previous generations of synthetic grass. One of the key features of Xtreme Turf WX50 is the resiliency of the pile. The fibers stand up straight before any infill is installed. The woven technique also creates a consistently superior ball roll characteristic in all directions due to the distinctive construction.
"The locking in of the pile in the basic triple W formation is tremendous. We are extremely excited to introduce this breakthrough technology to the world of synthetic sports turf after years of development," proclaims Wil Ditzel, Director of ACT Global Sports.
The woven technology of Xtreme Turf WX50 offers high water permeability which results in more playing hours during harsh weather seasons. The product is more environmentally friendly due to the recyclable homogeneous materials used in the system. With the growing concern for synthetic turf manufacturers to be "green" and environmentally safe, Xtreme Turf WX50 is taking a significant step in the right direction
ACT Global Sports is headquartered in Austin, Texas and has regional locations in The Netherlands, Cyprus, Poland, Thailand, Australia, France, The United Kingdom and China. Local sales and support is offered with representatives located in over 50 countries through an expanding partner network of leading sport field contractors. ACT Global Sports is notable for currently being the only company in the world that is a FIFA Preferred Producer for Football Turf, Synthetic Turf Council Certified Manufacturer and holds an ISO 9001 certification. The company also holds an ISO 14001 certification along with state of the art manufacturing on 3 continents and a dedicated research and development center.