AirField Systems http://www.airfieldsystems.com Porous Paving, grass pave firelanes, synthetic turf drainage, natural turf drainage, porous flexible paving, 32 12 43, 32 14 43, golf drainage Fri, 27 Mar 2015 17:53:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Flexible Porous Paving Specification http://www.airfieldsystems.com/flexible-porous-paving-specification/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/flexible-porous-paving-specification/#comments Wed, 25 Mar 2015 19:52:36 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5593 AirPave by AirField Systems   SECTION 32 12 43   FLEXIBLE POROUS PAVING         ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Airfield Systems; AirPave porous paving unit products. . This section is based on the products of Airfield Systems, which is located at: 8028 N. May Ave. Suite 201 Oklahoma City, OK 73120 Tel: 405-359-3775 Email: request info (sales@airfieldsystems.com) Web: www.airfieldsystems.com [ Click Here ] for additional information. For over a decade, AirField Systems has designed and manufactured the most advanced geocell Grass Paving and Drainage System products for modern construction. Made in America of 100% recycled post-manufactured content, AirDrain and AirPave from AirField Systems are the superior choices for: Sports field drainage Golf drainage Porous paving Grass paving Grass fire lanes Green roofing K9 areas Playgrounds Equine applications Flat marker stabilization GENERAL SECTION INCLUDES ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project. Base course of sandy gravel, over sub-base prepared by others. Porous flexible paving and anchors. Sand cover. Turf cover for paver units. Fertilizer RELATED SECTIONS ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required. Section 31 20 00 – Earth Moving. Section 33 46 19.13 – Underslab Drainage Piping. Section 32 10 00 – Bases, Ballasts, and Paving. Section 32 30 00 – Site Improvements. Section 32 84 23 – Underground Sprinklers. Section 32 90 00 – Planting. REFERENCES ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section. AASHTO M6 – Standard Specification for Fine Aggregate for Hydraulic Cement Concrete. ASTM C 33 – Standard Specification for Concrete Aggregates. United States Golf Association (USGA) – Greens section sand mix “The Root Zone Mixture.”   SUBMITTALS Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 – Administrative Requirements. Product Data: Manufacturer’s data sheets on each product to be used, including: Preparation instructions and recommendations. Storage and handling requirements and recommendations. Installation methods. Shop Drawings: Submit manufacturer’s shop drawings including laying pattern and anchoring. ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraphs if LEED is not applicable. LEED Submittals: Provide documentation of how the requirements of Credit will be met: List of proposed materials with recycled content. Indicate post-consumer recycled content and pre-consumer recycled content for each product having recycled content. Product data and certification letter indicating percentages by weight of post-consumer and pre-consumer recycled content for products having recycled content. Samples: Submit two 10 inch square samples of Porous Flexible Paving Units product specified. Manufacturer’s Certificates: Certify base course, sand fill materials and products meet or exceed specified requirements. Closeout Submittals: Provide manufacturer’s maintenance instructions that include recommendations for periodic fertilizing and maintenance. QUALITY ASSURANCE Manufacturer Qualifications: Manufacturer with a minimum for five years documented experience with the products specified. Installer Qualifications: Installer experienced in performing work of this section that has specialized in installation of work similar to that required for this project. Installer must also be able to provide skilled workman with satisfactory record of performance on landscaping or paving projects of comparable size and quality. Pre-Installation Meetings: Convene a pre-installation meeting a minimum of two weeks prior to start of porous paving systems. Verify project requirements, subbase and base conditions, manufacturer’s installation instructions and coordination with other related work. Require attendance of parties directly affecting work of this section, including the Contractor, Architect, engineer, and installer. Manufacturer’s representative may attend by phone conference as needed. DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING Store products in manufacturer’s unopened packaging until ready for installation. Protect porous paver units from damage during delivery and store under tarp when time from delivery to installation exceeds 30 days. Keep supplied fertilizer with a Guaranteed Analysis in a dark and dry location. Protect materials during handling and installation to prevent damage. SEQUENCING Ensure that products of this section are supplied to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress. PROJECT CONDITIONS Maintain environmental conditions recommended by manufacturer for desired results. Do not install products under conditions outside manufacturer’s absolute limits. Do not begin installation of porous pavements until all hard surface paving adjacent to porous pavement areas, including concrete walks and asphalt paving, is completed. Install turf when ambient air temperature is at least 55 degrees F. In cold weather, do not use frozen materials or materials coated with ice or frost, and do not build on frozen base or wet, saturated or muddy subgrade. Protect partially completed porous paving against damage from other construction traffic when work is in progress. Protect turf paving from traffic until grass root system has matured for at least 3 to 4 weeks. Use barricades to only permit accessible by emergency and fire equipment PRODUCTS MANUFACTURERS Acceptable Manufacturer: Airfield Systems, which is located at: 8028 N. May Ave. Suite 201 ; Oklahoma City, OK 73120; Tel: 405-359-3775; Email: request info (sales@airfieldsystems.com); Web: airfieldsystems.com ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions. Substitutions: Not permitted. ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select porous flexible paving system materials required from the following paragraphs and delete the paragraphs not required. MATERIALS Base Course: Sandy gravel material from local sources commonly used for road base construction and conforming to the following sieve analysis and requirements: Sieve Analysis: 100 percent passing sieve size 1 inch (25 mm). 90-100 percent passing sieve size 3/4 inch (19 mm). 70-80 percent passing sieve size 3/8 inch (9 mm). 55-70 percent passing sieve size #4. 45-55 percent passing sieve size #10. 25-35 percent passing sieve size #40. 3-8 percent passing sieve size #200. ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraph for use with turf pavers. if Delete if grass is not specified. For turf pavers, provide materials nearly neutral in pH (range from 6.5 to 7.2) to provide adequate root zone development for turf. Material may be either “pit run” or “crusher run.” Crusher run material will generally require coarse, […]

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SECTION 32 12 43

 

FLEXIBLE POROUS PAVING

 

 

 

 

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Airfield Systems; AirPave porous paving unit products.
.
This section is based on the products of Airfield Systems, which is located at:
8028 N. May Ave. Suite 201
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
Tel: 405-359-3775
Email: request info (sales@airfieldsystems.com)
Web: www.airfieldsystems.com
[ Click Here ] for additional information.
For over a decade, AirField Systems has designed and manufactured the most advanced geocell Grass Paving and Drainage System products for modern construction. Made in America of 100% recycled post-manufactured content, AirDrain and AirPave from AirField Systems are the superior choices for:
Sports field drainage
Golf drainage
Porous paving
Grass paving
Grass fire lanes
Green roofing
K9 areas
Playgrounds
Equine applications
Flat marker stabilization

  • GENERAL
    • SECTION INCLUDES

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.

  1. Base course of sandy gravel, over sub-base prepared by others.
  2. Porous flexible paving and anchors.
  3. Sand cover.
  4. Turf cover for paver units.
  5. Fertilizer
  • RELATED SECTIONS

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.

  1. Section 31 20 00 – Earth Moving.
  2. Section 33 46 19.13 – Underslab Drainage Piping.
  3. Section 32 10 00 – Bases, Ballasts, and Paving.
  4. Section 32 30 00 – Site Improvements.
  5. Section 32 84 23 – Underground Sprinklers.
  6. Section 32 90 00 – Planting.
  • REFERENCES

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.

  1. AASHTO M6 – Standard Specification for Fine Aggregate for Hydraulic Cement Concrete.
  2. ASTM C 33 – Standard Specification for Concrete Aggregates.
  3. United States Golf Association (USGA) – Greens section sand mix “The Root Zone Mixture.”

 

  • SUBMITTALS
    1. Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 – Administrative Requirements.
    2. Product Data: Manufacturer’s data sheets on each product to be used, including:
      1. Preparation instructions and recommendations.
      2. Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
      3. Installation methods.
    3. Shop Drawings: Submit manufacturer’s shop drawings including laying pattern and anchoring.

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraphs if LEED is not applicable.

  1. LEED Submittals: Provide documentation of how the requirements of Credit will be met:
    1. List of proposed materials with recycled content. Indicate post-consumer recycled content and pre-consumer recycled content for each product having recycled content.
    2. Product data and certification letter indicating percentages by weight of post-consumer and pre-consumer recycled content for products having recycled content.
  2. Samples: Submit two 10 inch square samples of Porous Flexible Paving Units product specified.
  3. Manufacturer’s Certificates: Certify base course, sand fill materials and products meet or exceed specified requirements.
  4. Closeout Submittals: Provide manufacturer’s maintenance instructions that include recommendations for periodic fertilizing and maintenance.
  • QUALITY ASSURANCE
    1. Manufacturer Qualifications: Manufacturer with a minimum for five years documented experience with the products specified.
    2. Installer Qualifications: Installer experienced in performing work of this section that has specialized in installation of work similar to that required for this project. Installer must also be able to provide skilled workman with satisfactory record of performance on landscaping or paving projects of comparable size and quality.
    3. Pre-Installation Meetings:
      1. Convene a pre-installation meeting a minimum of two weeks prior to start of porous paving systems.
      2. Verify project requirements, subbase and base conditions, manufacturer’s installation instructions and coordination with other related work.
      3. Require attendance of parties directly affecting work of this section, including the Contractor, Architect, engineer, and installer. Manufacturer’s representative may attend by phone conference as needed.
  • DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
    1. Store products in manufacturer’s unopened packaging until ready for installation.
    2. Protect porous paver units from damage during delivery and store under tarp when time from delivery to installation exceeds 30 days.
    3. Keep supplied fertilizer with a Guaranteed Analysis in a dark and dry location.
    4. Protect materials during handling and installation to prevent damage.
  • SEQUENCING
    1. Ensure that products of this section are supplied to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
  • PROJECT CONDITIONS
    1. Maintain environmental conditions recommended by manufacturer for desired results. Do not install products under conditions outside manufacturer’s absolute limits.
    2. Do not begin installation of porous pavements until all hard surface paving adjacent to porous pavement areas, including concrete walks and asphalt paving, is completed.
    3. Install turf when ambient air temperature is at least 55 degrees F.
    4. In cold weather, do not use frozen materials or materials coated with ice or frost, and do not build on frozen base or wet, saturated or muddy subgrade.
    5. Protect partially completed porous paving against damage from other construction traffic when work is in progress.
    6. Protect turf paving from traffic until grass root system has matured for at least 3 to 4 weeks. Use barricades to only permit accessible by emergency and fire equipment
  • PRODUCTS

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.

  1. Substitutions: Not permitted.

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select porous flexible paving system materials required from the following paragraphs and delete the paragraphs not required.

  • MATERIALS
    1. Base Course: Sandy gravel material from local sources commonly used for road base construction and conforming to the following sieve analysis and requirements:
      1. Sieve Analysis:
        1. 100 percent passing sieve size 1 inch (25 mm).
        2. 90-100 percent passing sieve size 3/4 inch (19 mm).
        3. 70-80 percent passing sieve size 3/8 inch (9 mm).
        4. 55-70 percent passing sieve size #4.
        5. 45-55 percent passing sieve size #10.
        6. 25-35 percent passing sieve size #40.
        7. 3-8 percent passing sieve size #200.

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraph for use with turf pavers. if Delete if grass is not specified.

  1. For turf pavers, provide materials nearly neutral in pH (range from 6.5 to 7.2) to provide adequate root zone development for turf.
  2. Material may be either “pit run” or “crusher run.” Crusher run material will generally require coarse, well draining sand conforming to AASHTO M6 or ASTM C 33 to be added to mixture (20 to 30 percent by volume) to ensure long-term porosity.

 

 

 

  1. Alternative materials such as crushed shell, limerock, or crushed lava may be used for base course use, provided they are mixed with sharp sand (20 to 30 percent) to ensure long term porosity, and are brought to proper compaction. Without added sand, crushed shell and limerock set up like concrete and become impervious.
  1. Porous Flexible Paving Units: AirPave Geocell Grass Paving Units.
    1. Materials:
      1. Lightweight injection-molded copolymer polypropylene plastic units using impact modifier.
      2. Plastic is 100 percent post-consumer recycled copolymer polypropylene resin using a polymer impact modifier, with minimum 3 percent carbon black added for UV protection.
      3. Chemical resistance: Excellent.
      4. UV resistance: High.
      5. Toxicity: Non-Toxic.
    2. Performance Properties:
      1. Loading capability is equal to 233 psi empty capacity and 6,747 psi when filled with sand, over an appropriate base depth that provides adequate support for project design loads.
    3. Dimensions:
      1. AirPave Grid: 31.784 inches by 31.880 inches by 1.000 inches or 7.03 SF.
      2. Weight (Nominal): 3.10 lbs per paver grid, 8 percent solid.
    4. Paver Unit Anchors: 8 inch Chisel Point Pins 6 gauge BB Wire with 1.5 inch round attached washer, as required by the Architect or licensed geotechnical engineer to secure units in place
    5. Sand Cover:

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following paragraphs and delete the ones not required.

  1. Coarse, well-draining sand (washed concrete sand conforming to AASHTO M6 or ASTM C-33.
  2. United States Golf Association (USGA) greens section sand mix “The Root Zone Mixture.”
  3. Other Soil Mix as recommended by the manufacturer.

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following paragraphs and delete the ones not required. Use species resistant to wear by traffic generally a Blue/Rye/Fescue mix used for athletic fields in northern climates, and Zoysia, Fescue, or Bermuda types in southern climates. Check with local sod and seed suppliers for preferred mixtures. Dedicated fire lanes can use same grass species used on surrounding turf. Parking applications require greatest wear-resistant species possible, generally available only by seed or sprigging. Contact Airfield Systems for additional requirements.

  1. Grass: Coordinate with Section 32 92 26.13 – Stolonizing

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following paragraphs and delete the ones not required.

  1. Sodding: Sod: Use a 1/4 inch shallow cut rolled sod from a reputable local grower. Species should be wear resistant, free from disease, and in excellent condition. Sod shall be grown in sand or sandy loam soils only with less than 15 percent clay content. Sod grown in soils of clay, silt, or high organic materials such as peat, will not be accepted.
  2. Seeding: Use seed materials, of the preferred species for local environmental and projected traffic conditions, from certified sources. Seed shall be provided in containers clearly labeled to show seed name, lot number, net weight, percentage weed seed content, and guaranteed percentage of purity and germination. Pure Live Seed types and amount shall be as shown on plans. Mulch using wood or paper cellulose types of commercial mulch materials used in hydroseeding operations. Mulches of straw, pine needles, etc. will not be acceptable because of their low moisture holding capacity.
  3. Hydro Seeding: Approved seed mix and mulch using wood or paper cellulose types of commercial mulch materials for hydroseeding operations.
  1. Fertilizer: Sustane Natural Fertilizer with guaranteed analysis of 4-4-4+Fe and provided with AirPave paving system.

 

  1. Firelane Signage and Markings: Identify entrance and physical location of firelanes using signs if gates, curbs, bollards, and other built elements do not adequately indicate firelanes; comply with requirements of local fire authorities.
  • EXECUTION
    • EXAMINATION
      1. Before beginning installation, verify site conditions are as indicated on the Drawings. Notify the Architect if site conditions are not acceptable. Do not begin preparation or installation until unacceptable conditions have been corrected.
        1. Complete all hard surface paving adjacent to flexible paving areas, including concrete walks and asphalt paving prior to installation of flexible paving.
      2. Obtain approval of local fire authorities of sub-base prior to installation of base course for flexible porous paving.
      3. Ensure that sub-base Specified in Section 32 10 00 – Bases, Ballasts, and Paving is adequate to receive designed base course, wearing course, and the required design loads. Ensure that grading and soil porosity of the sub-base will provide adequate subsurface drainage.
    • PREPARATION
      1. Subgrade Preparation:

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Coordinate the following paragraphs below with AitPave’s recommendations and with subgrade requirements specified in Section 31 20 00 – Earth Moving Earthwork and, if required, Subdrainage specified in Section 33 46 19.13 – Underslab Drainage Piping. Proper subgrade preparation and drainage is required to achieve required performance. Contact Airfield Systems, Inc for additional recommendations.

  1. Prepare subgrade as specified in Section 32 10 00 – Bases, Ballasts, and Paving. Verify subgrade in accordance with porous paving system manufacturer’s instructions.
  2. Excavate area allowing for unit thickness and the engineered base depth (where required).
  3. Provide adequate drainage from excavated area if area has potential to collect water, when working with in-place soils that have poor permeability.

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraph if not required.

  1. Provide a subdrainage system as specified in Section 33 46 19.13 – Underslab Drainage Piping.
  2. Ensure in-place soil is relatively dry and free from standing water.
  3. Uniformly grade base.
  4. Level and clear base of large objects, such as rocks and pieces of wood.
  1. Base Course: Place base course material over prepared sub-base to grades indicated on the Drawings. Place in lifts not to exceed 6 inches (150 mm), compacting each lift separately to 95 percent Modified Proctor. Leave 1 inch (25 mm) of depth below final grade for porous paver unit and gravel fill.
  2. Base Preparation:
    1. Leave minimum 25 mm (1 inch) to 35 mm (1.5 inches) for porous flexible paving units and sand/sod fill to final grade.
    2. Spread all Sustane fertilizer mix at the rate of 25 kg per 100 m2 (25 lbs per 1,000 SF) evenly over the surface of the base course with a hand-held, or wheeled, rotary spreader. Place fertilizer mix should be immediately before installing the porous flexible paving units.

 

 

 

 

 

  • INSTALLATION
    1. Paving Units: Install Porous Flexible Paving Units in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.

 

  1. Install by placing units with connectors and the pinning platforms flush against the prepared subbase with the larger diameter clover openings (cup side down) and pinning platforms facing downwards (grid side down). Place the first unit panel to the field’s upper left hand corner. Orient the paving unit materials with the integral indicator tab (painted yellow) to the panel’s bottom left hand corner. Proper sequencing and orientation of panels will result in a more rapid installation.
  2. Install unit panels across the field in a rowed pattern. Staggering of rows will allow for multiple row completion by a multi-manned crew. Secure the first panel to the base with pins and commence with panels 1-2, 1-3 and so on with one directional pull to secure. After each one directional pull secures the panel connectors together, slightly push back each panel to allow for contraction space at each connector. Verify each integral connector is snapped in place with sufficient contraction room allowed as panel installation proceeds.
  3. Once the first row has progressed across the project, start with the second row. By maintaining proper panel orientation, the top edge panel connectors will drop into the previously installed panel receptors after the one directional pull secures the panel.
  4. Panels can be shaped to individual field areas as needed with an appropriate cutting device. If you have many parts to trim use a circular saw with a no melt, plastic cutting saw blades.
  5. Anchor units to base course on curves, slopes, high traffic areas and any other areas as required.
  6. Anchor units using paver unit anchors. Tops of clovers shall be between 6 mm to 13 mm (0.25 inch to 0.5 inch) below the surface of adjacent hard-surface pavements.
  1. Sand: Place sand in clovers by back-dumping directly from a dump truck, or from buckets mounted on tractors, which then exit the site by driving over clovers already filled with sand. Spread sand laterally from the pile using flat bottomed shovels and/or wide asphalt rakes filling the clovers. Use a stiff bristled broom for final finishing of the sand uniformly over the clovers. Compact sand by using water from hose, irrigation heads, or rainfall, with the finish grade no less than the top of clovers and no more than 6 mm (0.25 inch) above top of clovers.
  2. Grass: Coordinate with Section 32 92 26.13 – Stolonizing and in accordance with porous paving manufacturer’s instructions.

** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following paragraphs and delete the ones not required. Coordinate the requirements specified here with the requirement included in Section 32 92 26.13 – Stolonizing to avoid conflicts.

  1. Hydroseeding/hydro-mulching: Mix a combination of water, seed and fertilizer homogeneously in a purpose-built, truck-mounted tank. Spray the seed mixture uniformly onto the site at required rates. Following germination of the seed, areas lacking germination larger than 20 cm by 20 cm (8 inches by 8 inches) shall be reseeded immediately. Seeded areas shall be fertilized and kept moist during development of the turf plants.
  2. Thin Cut Sod: Install directly over sand filled clovers, filled no higher than the top of the clovers. Place sod strips with very tight joints, moistened and rolled to create good contact for growth. Fertilize and keep moist during root establishment (minimum of 3 weeks). Protect from any traffic for a period of 3 to 4 weeks or until the root system has penetrated and established well below the porous paving units.
  3. Seeding: Place grass seed at recommended rates per grass type. Place a light dusting of commercial topsoil mix, not to exceed 1/4 inch (25 mm) above the clovers and seed mix to aid germination rates. Fertilize and keep moist seeded areas during development of the turf plants.
  • MAINTENANCE
    1. Remove and replace segments of porous paving units where three or more adjacent clovers are broken or damaged, reinstalling as specified, so no evidence of replacement is apparent.
    2. Maintain grass in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and as specified in Section 32 92 26.13 – Stolonizing Lawns and Grasses.
  • PROTECTION
    1. Protect turf area from any traffic for a period of 4 to 8 weeks, or until the grass is mature enough to handle traffic.
    2. Perform cleaning during the installation of work and upon completion of the work. Remove all excess materials, debris, and equipment from site. Repair any damage to adjacent materials and surfaces resulting from installation of this work.
    3. Repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.

 

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DISCLAIMER: The preceding and following drawings and/or general installation guidelines are provided only to show a concept design for installation and are not instructions for any particular installation. These drawings and general instructions are not complete and are provided only to assist a licensed Geo-Technical Engineer, a Landscape Architect and/or Civil Engineer in preparing actual construction and installation plans. These drawings and instructions must be reviewed by a licensed Geo-Technical Engineer, a Landscape Architect and/or Civil Engineer and adapted to the condition of a particular installation site and to comply with all state and local requirements for each installation site. THESE DRAWINGS AND/OR GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS DO NOT MODIFY OR SUPPLEMENT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IF APPLICABLE RELATING TO THE PRODUCT.

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AirDrain – What drains better than Air?
Green Roofing – Synthetic or Natural Turf
With limited space on office roof tops, campus, high schools and colleges are turning to rooftop sports surfaces to create multi-use green areas. Building a rooftop sports field with an AirField System provides drainage under 100% of the playing surface, prevents ponding, and moves water efficiently for reuse elsewhere on campus.

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Benefits of AirField in a green roofing system include:
• AirDrain creates and helps maintain a more consistent Gmax for Synthetic Turf
• ASTM testing proves AirDrain’s shock absorption properties reducing strain on joints and ligaments
• AirDrain can be reused when the Synthetic Turf must be replaced
• Can help qualify for LEED™ and other green building credits
• A smaller carbon and development footprint with reduced site disturbance
• Water harvesting reclamation and reuse is easy
• AirDrain creates a one inch air barrier on the rooftop increasing the insulating properties.
• AirDrain is a 100% recycled copolymer with the impact modifier “metallocene” qualifying it as a “No Break” plastic. Making it able to withstand extreme heat and cold and still maintain performance.
• Resins can be made to the following specification “Flammability UL 94, Flame Retardant, High Impact Polypropylene Copolymer Resins”

Synthetic Turf Provided and Installed By:

Mike Harkrider
ForeverLawn Austin
9601 Gray Blvd.
Austin, Texas 78758
512.310.7320 office

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Artificial Turf Tennis Court Conversion with AirDrain http://www.airfieldsystems.com/artificial-turf-tennis-court-conversion-with-airdrain/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/artificial-turf-tennis-court-conversion-with-airdrain/#comments Fri, 20 Feb 2015 19:10:37 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5533  Artificial Turf Tennis Court Conversion with the AirDrain System at Honey Creek Apartments- Dallas, Texas. AirDrain for Concrete/Asphalt Conversion – What drains better than Air? Ever wonder what to do with that tennis court, parking lot or paved area that is underutilized and sitting empty throughout the year? By simply installing the AirDrain System below synthetic turf you quickly transform the space into a play area that can be used year round. Take a look at the photos below that show how in 3 days this tennis court conversion dramatically changed the look of this space turning it into a multipurpose green space. Honey Creek was installed by:      Nick’s Landscape Solutions – 1-888-268-7779  ask for Nick or Megan Turf Supplied by: ArtificialTurfSupply.Com   (877) 525-TURF (8873) www.artificialturfsupply.com “The Internets #1 Artificial Turf Supplier” Installed atop a sealed surface the AirDrain Drainage System provides 100% vertical drainage and a 92% air void beneath the entire surface of your Synthetic Turf all but eliminating infill migration. Raising the turf off of the base also allows the area to be used almost immediately after a rain occurrence since the AirDrain System is only limited by the drainage of the turf above and the exit drain. With multiple variations of installation profiles available to accommodate fall height requirements the AirDrain System can work for just about any project helping to revitalize your recreation area. Some of the Benefits of an AirField Synthetic Turf Drainage System include: AirDrain creates and helps maintain a constant Gmax for Synthetic Turf ASTM testing proves AirDrain’s shock absorption properties reducing strain on joints and ligaments AirDrain moves approximately 50 gallons of water per square foot per minute, all but eliminating infill migration and the maintenance costs involved in grooming the turf Patented expansion and contraction built into every part keeping the grid from buckling The 1” high 92% Air Void allows the cement to stay dry and extends the life of the turf above AirDrain is only limited by the drainage capacity of the profile above it and the exit drains capacity AirDrain can be reused when the synthetic turf must be replaced Please contact AirField Systems with any questions or need for information for your next project. 405-359-3775

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 Artificial Turf, Soccer, Baseball, Super Bowl, Natural Turf, Natural Grass, NCAA, AirField Systems, Sports Field Drainage, Athletic Field Drainage, Baseball field Drainage, Football Field Drainage, Soccer field Drainage, Lacrosse field Drainage, Porous Paving System, Perched Water table, porous paving, grass pave, grass paving, geo grid, geo cell, turf reinforcement mat, turf performance field, AirField Systems, golf course drainage, sand bunker drainage, tee box drainage, golf green drainage, Porous paving system, perched water table, fairway drainage, cart paths, porous paving, grass paving, grass pave, grass paving, geo grid, geo cell, turf reinforcement mat, AirField Systems, porous paving system, perched water table, porous paving, grass fire lanes, grass fire lane, gravel paving, grass pave, grass paving, turf reinforcement mat, fire lane, reinforced grass paving, soil stabilization mat, soil stabilization system, sustainable design, storm water harvesting, innovation in design, recycled material,Artificial Turf Tennis Court Conversion with the AirDrain System at Honey Creek Apartments- Dallas, Texas.

AirDrain for Concrete/Asphalt Conversion – What drains better than Air?

Ever wonder what to do with that tennis court, parking lot or paved area that is underutilized and sitting empty throughout the year? By simply installing the AirDrain System below synthetic turf you quickly transform the space into a play area that can be used year round. Take a look at the photos below that show how in 3 days this tennis court conversion dramatically changed the look of this space turning it into a multipurpose green space.

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Honey Creek was installed by:      Nick’s Landscape Solutions – 1-888-268-7779  ask for Nick or Megan

Turf Supplied by: ArtificialTurfSupply.Com   (877) 525-TURF (8873)

www.artificialturfsupply.com “The Internets #1 Artificial Turf Supplier”

Installed atop a sealed surface the AirDrain Drainage System provides 100% vertical drainage and a 92% air void beneath the entire surface of your Synthetic Turf all but eliminating infill migration. Raising the turf off of the base also allows the area to be used almost immediately after a rain occurrence since the AirDrain System is only limited by the drainage of the turf above and the exit drain.

With multiple variations of installation profiles available to accommodate fall height requirements the AirDrain System can work for just about any project helping to revitalize your recreation area.

Some of the Benefits of an AirField Synthetic Turf Drainage System include:

  • AirDrain creates and helps maintain a constant Gmax for Synthetic Turf
  • ASTM testing proves AirDrain’s shock absorption properties reducing strain on joints and ligaments
  • AirDrain moves approximately 50 gallons of water per square foot per minute, all but eliminating infill migration and the maintenance costs involved in grooming the turf
  • Patented expansion and contraction built into every part keeping the grid from buckling
  • The 1” high 92% Air Void allows the cement to stay dry and extends the life of the turf above
  • AirDrain is only limited by the drainage capacity of the profile above it and the exit drains capacity
  • AirDrain can be reused when the synthetic turf must be replaced

Please contact AirField Systems with any questions or need for information for your next project. 405-359-3775

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AirDrain for Golf Course greens and bunkers http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-golf-course/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-golf-course/#comments Wed, 04 Feb 2015 18:54:17 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5513             Indicator Tab                      Unit Panel Specifications: Size:             32″ x 32″ x 1″ Weight:         3.1 lb Strength:       233 psi (unfilled) 6747 psi (filled) Resin:           100% Recycled (PIR) Copolymer with Impact Modifier “No Break” Polymer Material Color:           Black (3% carbon black added for UV Protection) AirDrain Cross Section Scale 0.12:1                                                                               Typical                                              For AirDrain Grass SystemsThis is a typical drainage profile, your profile may vary. Check with a Geotechnical Engineer for recommendations for your site conditions and geographical region. Geo-technical Engineer AirDrain™ Natural Turf Typical Detail AirDrain™ Impermeable Natural Turf Detail Airfield Systems                                                            *per geotechnical engineer 8028 N. May Ave., Suite 201 Oklahoma City, OK 73120 (405) 359-3775 www.airfieldsystems.com Airdrain_Nat_Turf_Typical_Detail_002.idw   General Information General Construction 100% Post-Manufactured Content Injection Molded Copolymer Composition Copolymer Polypropylene Using Impact Modifier and 3% Carbon Black for UV Resistance Dimensions 31.784” x 31.880” x 1.000” (7.03 sq ft.) Unit Weight 3.100 lbs. Forms Pellets Shipping Parts Per Pallet 114 Pallet Dimensions 33” x 33” x 48” Pallet Weight 390 lbs. Area Per Pallet 798 sq. ft. Pallets Per Trailer 114 (3 wide x 2 tall x 19 deep) Area Per Trailer 90,972 sq. ft. ASTM and ISO Properties [1] Physical Nominal Value Test Method Specific Gravity 0.940 ASTM D792 Melt Mass-Flow Rate (230°C/2.16 kg) 20 g/10 min ASTM D1238 Mechanical Nominal Value Test Method Density 57.490 lb/ft3 ASTM D1505 Tensile Strength (Yield, 73°F) 2,145 psi ASTM D638 Tensile Elongation (Yield, 73°F) 16% ASTM D638 Flexural Modulus (73°F) 100,175 psi ASTM D790 Compression Strength (73°F) 233 psi ASTM D6254 Impact Nominal Value Test Method Notched Izod Impact (73°F, 0.125 in) ASTM D256 Thermal Nominal Value Test Method Deflection Temperature Under Load 264 psi, Unannealed 160°F ASTM D648 Expansion/Contraction Index1 Temperature Humidity Length Width 100°F 98% 31.881” 31.817” -5°F 0% 31.765” 31.713” Change .116” .104” Joint Expansion/Contraction Capacity .420” .572” Safety Factor 362% 550% Examples of Usage Application Required Strength Safety Factor Auto 40 psi x 168 Truck 110 psi x 61 DC10 250 psi x 27 Space Shuttle 340 psi x 19   100% Post Manufactured Content Recycled The AirDrain GeoGrid is made of 100% post-manufactured material, so you can feel good about helping the planet while adding valuable LEED Points to your project. We also add an impact modifier for incredible strength and superior performance in extreme heat and cold – on top of the already durable AirDrain design. AirDrain Co-Polymer with an Impact Modifier Performance and Temperature Durability Attached you will find the specification of the resin used to produce both the 32 x 32 and the 32 x 18 Geo cells. This material is a co-polymer polypropylene that is 100% recycled resin. In order to be able to produce a consistent recycled resin a PIR (post industrial resin) is used for the base resin. This is the only way to produce a consistent material as opposed to a PCR (post consumer resin) which is dependent on the consumer to supply a consistent material. Using the PIR as a base resin 3% carbon black is added to insure good UV stabilization and metallocene (an ethylene base material) is used as an impact modifier. Impact Modifier The impact modifier is added in an amount to achieve a 10.0 Notched Izod Impact which comfortably qualifies this material as a NO BREAK material (4.0 and greater are normally considered no break material). The AirDrain resin offers an advantage over many ethylene and HDPE products since the AirDrain resin is often superior when it comes to pliability, warping and internal stress related issues. Referring to the attached specification sheet you will notice that all testing is done to specific ASTM Standards. Resin Blends AirDrain’s blend of resins gives it the ability to perform in extreme temperatures. AirDrain does not need a temperature above 50 degrees Fahrenheit to be installed or warmed in the sun to be pliable on site for install. In addition, AirDrain’s unique resin blend also helps prevent breakage and cracking in extreme temperatures. Giving it the ability to withstand repeated freeze thaw cycles. Airfield posts its resin content and performance values with ASTM test methods and guide lines to measure the properties of our grid.                     Proper Sequencing and Orientation of AirDrain GeoCell Panels for Rapid Installation Pallet Staging: AirDrain pallets cover approximately 798sqft. per pallet and should be staged accordingly within the installation area so that you minimize the amount of time to stage the AirDrain grid along the install lines across the project. Typically placing the AirDrain every 65 feet across and 15-20 feet back from each other. (Call AirField with questions that you might have about proper staging and installation.) All Installations must start in the Top Left Corner of the Field and work Left to Right to be installed properly. Orientate the AirDrain GeoCell materials with the integral indicator tab to the panel’s bottom left corner (painted yellow). Install the AirDrain units by placing units with the connectors and platforms up creating a flat surface for the profile above. If the male connectors do not fall or drop into the female connectors then the orientation is incorrect, please call AirField Systems Immediately at 405-359-3775. Install the AirDrain panels across the field in a rowed pattern. Staggering of rows will allow for multiple row completion by a multi-manned crew. Once the first row has progressed across the project, start with a second row. Have a person staging the panels in three’s snapped together along the row. The crew can then install the left side of the panel while elevating slightly the top portion ( so the male and female connectors don’t sync ) once the left side has been snapped with a pull along the row direction, the top portion should fall into place and with a bottom vertical pull holding the inside of parts 1 & 3 snap all three parts in place. AirDrain panels can be shaped to individual field areas as needed with appropriate cutting device. If a […]

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Indicator Tab                      Unit Panel Specifications:

Size:             32″ x 32″ x 1″

Weight:         3.1 lb

Strength:       233 psi (unfilled)

6747 psi (filled)

Resin:           100% Recycled (PIR)

Copolymer with Impact Modifier

“No Break” Polymer Material

Color:           Black

(3% carbon black added for UV Protection)

AirDrain Cross Section

Scale 0.12:1                                                                               Typical                                              For AirDrain Grass SystemsThis is a typical drainage profile, your profile may vary. Check with a Geotechnical Engineer for recommendations for your site conditions and geographical region.

Geo-technical Engineer

AirDrain™ Natural Turf Typical Detail

AirDrain™ Impermeable Natural Turf Detail

Airfield Systems                                                            *per geotechnical engineer

8028 N. May Ave., Suite 201

Oklahoma City, OK 73120

(405) 359-3775

www.airfieldsystems.com

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General Information
General
Construction 100% Post-Manufactured Content Injection Molded Copolymer
Composition Copolymer Polypropylene Using Impact Modifier and 3% Carbon Black for UV Resistance
Dimensions 31.784” x 31.880” x 1.000” (7.03 sq ft.)
Unit Weight 3.100 lbs.
Forms Pellets
Shipping
Parts Per Pallet 114
Pallet Dimensions 33” x 33” x 48”
Pallet Weight 390 lbs.
Area Per Pallet 798 sq. ft.
Pallets Per Trailer 114 (3 wide x 2 tall x 19 deep)
Area Per Trailer 90,972 sq. ft.
ASTM and ISO Properties [1]
Physical Nominal Value Test Method
Specific Gravity 0.940 ASTM D792
Melt Mass-Flow Rate (230°C/2.16 kg) 20 g/10 min ASTM D1238
Mechanical Nominal Value Test Method
Density 57.490 lb/ft3 ASTM D1505
Tensile Strength (Yield, 73°F) 2,145 psi ASTM D638
Tensile Elongation (Yield, 73°F) 16% ASTM D638
Flexural Modulus (73°F) 100,175 psi ASTM D790
Compression Strength (73°F) 233 psi ASTM D6254
Impact Nominal Value Test Method
Notched Izod Impact (73°F, 0.125 in) ASTM D256
Thermal Nominal Value Test Method
Deflection Temperature Under Load 264 psi, Unannealed 160°F ASTM D648
Expansion/Contraction Index1
Temperature Humidity Length Width
100°F 98% 31.881” 31.817”
-5°F 0% 31.765” 31.713”
Change .116” .104”
Joint Expansion/Contraction Capacity .420” .572”
Safety Factor 362% 550%
Examples of Usage
Application Required Strength Safety Factor
Auto 40 psi x 168
Truck 110 psi x 61
DC10 250 psi x 27
Space Shuttle 340 psi x 19

 

100% Post Manufactured Content

Recycled

The AirDrain GeoGrid is made of 100% post-manufactured material, so you can feel good about helping the planet while adding valuable LEED Points to your project. We also add an impact modifier for incredible strength and superior performance in extreme heat and cold – on top of the already durable AirDrain design.

AirDrain Co-Polymer with an Impact Modifier Performance and Temperature Durability

Attached you will find the specification of the resin used to produce both

the 32 x 32 and the 32 x 18 Geo cells. This material is a co-polymer polypropylene that is 100% recycled resin. In order to be able to produce a consistent recycled resin a PIR (post industrial resin) is used for the base resin. This is the only way to produce a consistent material as opposed to a PCR (post consumer resin) which is dependent on the consumer to supply a consistent material. Using the PIR as a base resin 3% carbon black is added to insure good UV stabilization and metallocene (an ethylene base material) is used as an impact modifier.

Impact Modifier

The impact modifier is added in an amount to achieve a 10.0 Notched Izod Impact which comfortably qualifies this material as a NO BREAK material (4.0 and greater are normally considered no break material). The AirDrain resin offers an advantage over many ethylene and HDPE products since the AirDrain resin is often superior when it comes to pliability, warping and internal stress related issues. Referring to the attached specification sheet you will notice that all testing is done to specific ASTM Standards.

Resin Blends

AirDrain’s blend of resins gives it the ability to perform in extreme temperatures. AirDrain does not need a temperature above 50 degrees Fahrenheit to be installed or warmed in the sun to be pliable on site for install. In addition, AirDrain’s unique resin blend also helps prevent breakage and cracking in extreme temperatures. Giving it the ability to withstand repeated freeze thaw cycles.

Airfield posts its resin content and performance values with ASTM test methods and guide lines to measure the properties of our grid.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Proper Sequencing and Orientation of

AirDrain GeoCell Panels for Rapid Installation

Pallet Staging: AirDrain pallets cover approximately 798sqft. per pallet and should be staged accordingly within the installation area so that you minimize the amount of time to stage the AirDrain grid along the install lines across the project. Typically placing the AirDrain every 65 feet across and 15-20 feet back from each other. (Call AirField with questions that you might have about proper staging and installation.)

All Installations must start in the Top Left Corner of the Field and work Left to Right to be installed properly.

  1. Orientate the AirDrain GeoCell materials with the integral indicator tab to the panel’s bottom left corner (painted yellow). Install the AirDrain units by placing units with the connectors and platforms up creating a flat surface for the profile above. If the male connectors do not fall or drop into the female connectors then the orientation is incorrect, please call AirField Systems Immediately at 405-359-3775.
  2. Install the AirDrain panels across the field in a rowed pattern. Staggering of rows will allow for multiple row completion by a multi-manned crew.
  3. Once the first row has progressed across the project, start with a second row. Have a person staging the panels in three’s snapped together along the row. The crew can then install the left side of the panel while elevating slightly the top portion ( so the male and female connectors don’t sync ) once the left side has been snapped with a pull along the row direction, the top portion should fall into place and with a bottom vertical pull holding the inside of parts 1 & 3 snap all three parts in place.
  4. AirDrain panels can be shaped to individual field areas as needed with appropriate cutting device. If a typical field is installed correctly there should only be two sides that would need to be trimmed.
    1. If only a few parts need to be trimmed, use tin snips.
    2. If many parts require trimming, set up a table and use a circular saw with a no melt, plastic cutting saw blade.

Visit AirField Systems Flickr page to watch a video of a 74,000 sq ft project for Chesapeake Energy illustrating a 3 man crew installation.

DISCLAIMER: The preceding and following drawings and/or general installation guidelines are provided only to show a concept design for installation and are not instructions for any particular installation. These drawings and general instructions are not complete and are provided only to assist a licensed Geo-Technical Engineer, a Landscape Architect and/or Civil Engineer in preparing actual construction and installation plans. These drawings and instructions must be reviewed by a licensed Geo-Technical Engineer, a Landscape Architect and/or Civil Engineer and adapted to the condition of a particular installation site and to comply with all state and local

requirements for each installation site. THESE DRAWINGS AND/OR GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS DO NOT

MODIFY OR SUPPLEMENT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING

MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IF APPLICABLE RELATING TO

THE PRODUCT.                                                                                                                                                   6.20.14

 

AirDrain Golf Bunker Design

The Greens Country Club in Oklahoma City chose AirField Systems simple Bunker Renovation that was completed with minimal install time and should drain perfectly for many years to come. This golf bunker design can be installed by the existing course grounds crew at your own pace drastically reducing the overall cost of the installs, making it a design that all courses can afford. By raising the sand profile an inch across the entire floor bringing gravity into play in draining the bunker. Effectively making the entire floor of the bunker a drain. The filter fabric and grid is only on the floor of the bunker.

To answer the debate of clogging geotextiles/filter fabrics see the Final Report form the 5 year Study at www.usga.org. Although with the AirDrain Bunker System the entire floor of the bunker is a drain, so even if a few feet of the bunker did clog over a 15 year span you would have the remaining portion to allow for optimal drainage by being able to go vertically through the profile.

Sand removed and base prepared for AirDrain install

Bunker prepared for AirDrain Bunker System

AirDrain 32″x32″ pallets are easily transported to the bunker

Small installation crew needed with minimum impact to the course

Installed with a layer of filter fabric above and below the AirDrain

Installing the filter fabric lengthwise to minimize the seams

Trimming the filter fabric to fit the bunker walls

Pinning the bottom and top filter fabric together to enclose the AirDrain

Completed AirDrain Bunker

AirDrain Golf Bunker Design and Construction at The Greens Country Club in Oklahoma City.

Update 5/8/14

Superintendent text: Rained 1.5″ last night bunkers drained excellent and didn’t washout!

Bellerive Country Club host to the 100th PGA Championship, in August of 2018 installed this 7,600 sqft.

practice golf green on their Championship Course. They were very pleased with the AirDrain System for Golf Courses and how quickly and easily it was installed.

After reviewing the findings of the “Comparison of Putting Greens Constructed with AirField Systems and

USGA Design (the five year research project was jointly funded by the United States Golf Association and

AirField Systems and was a collaborative effort between Texas A&M, AirField Systems and the United States Golf Association) they decided to utilize the AirDrain System for Golf Greens for this project. Click here to see An Alternative to the Gravel in USGA Putting Greens.

Major Championships held at Bellerive Country Club

Photos Courtesy of: John Cunningham CGCS – Golf Course Superintendent and Jared Brewster -2nd Assistant Superintendent at Bellerive Country Club.

[1] Independent laboratory testing conducted by TRI/Environmental, Inc., TSI/Testing Services, Inc. and Wassenaar.

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AirDrain for Tennis Court Conversions http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-tennis-court-conversions/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-tennis-court-conversions/#comments Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:49:38 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5497 AirDrain Tennis Court Conversion – What drains better than Air? Ever wonder what to do with that tennis court that is under utilized and sitting empty throughout the year? By simply installing the AirDrain System below synthetic turf you quickly transform the space into a play area that can be used year round. Take a look at the photos below that show how in 3 days this tennis court conversion dramatically changed the look of this space turning it into a multipurpose green space.   Installed atop a sealed court surface the AirDrain Drainage System provides 100% vertical drainage and a 92% air void beneath the entire surface of your Synthetic Turf all but eliminating infill migration. Raising the turf off of the base also allows the area to be used almost immediately after a rain occurrence since the AirDrain System is only limited by the drainage of the turf above and the exit drain needing only a .25% to .5% slope that is usually already present to allow the water to flow to the designated drain. With multiple variations of installation profiles available to accommodate fall height requirements the AirDrain System can work for just about any project helping to revitalize your recreation area. Some of the Benefits of an AirField Synthetic Turf Drainage System include: • AirDrain creates and helps maintain a constant Gmax for Synthetic Turf • ASTM testing proves AirDrain’s shock absorption properties reducing strain on joints and ligaments • AirDrain moves approximately 50 gallons of water per square foot per minute, all but eliminating infill migration and the maintenance costs involved in grooming the turf • Patented expansion and contraction built into every part keeping the grid from buckling • The 1” high 92% Air Void allows the cement to stay dry and extends the life of the turf above • AirDrain is only limited by the drainage capacity of the profile above it and the exit drains capacity • AirDrain can be reused when the synthetic turf must be replaced Please contact AirField Systems with any questions or need for information for your next project. 405-359-3775  

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AirDrain Tennis Court Conversion – What drains better than Air?

Ever wonder what to do with that tennis court that is under utilized and sitting empty throughout the year? By simply installing the AirDrain System below synthetic turf you quickly transform the space into a play area that can be used year round. Take a look at the photos below that show how in 3 days this tennis court conversion dramatically changed the look of this space turning it into a multipurpose green space.

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Installed atop a sealed court surface the AirDrain Drainage System provides 100% vertical drainage and a 92% air void beneath the entire surface of your Synthetic Turf all but eliminating infill migration. Raising the turf off of the base also allows the area to be used almost immediately after a rain occurrence since the AirDrain System is only limited by the drainage of the turf above and the exit drain needing only a .25% to .5% slope that is usually already present to allow the water to flow to the designated drain.

With multiple variations of installation profiles available to accommodate fall height requirements the AirDrain System can work for just about any project helping to revitalize your recreation area.

Some of the Benefits of an AirField Synthetic Turf Drainage System include:

• AirDrain creates and helps maintain a constant Gmax for Synthetic Turf
• ASTM testing proves AirDrain’s shock absorption properties reducing strain on joints and ligaments
• AirDrain moves approximately 50 gallons of water per square foot per minute, all but eliminating infill migration and the maintenance costs involved in grooming the turf
• Patented expansion and contraction built into every part keeping the grid from buckling
• The 1” high 92% Air Void allows the cement to stay dry and extends the life of the turf above
• AirDrain is only limited by the drainage capacity of the profile above it and the exit drains capacity
• AirDrain can be reused when the synthetic turf must be replaced

Please contact AirField Systems with any questions or need for information for your next project. 405-359-3775

 

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AirPave for Aggregate Containment and Drainage Swale http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airpave-aggregate-containment-drainage-swale/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airpave-aggregate-containment-drainage-swale/#comments Thu, 18 Sep 2014 21:20:16 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5375 AirPave for Aggregate Containment and Drainage Swale was utilized by the City of Edmond for their parking lot remodel. This Aggregate Containment Drainage Swale helps capture debris and allows for the runoff of rainwater into a containment pond. A drainage swale is a low tract of land, especially one that is moist or marshy. The term can refer to a natural landscape feature or a human-created one. Artificial swales are often designed to manage water runoff, filter pollutants, and increase rainwater infiltration. Please contact AirField Systems with any questions about Drainage Swales… 405-359-3775

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AirPave for Aggregate Containment and Drainage Swale was utilized by the City of Edmond for their parking lot remodel. This Aggregate Containment Drainage Swale helps capture debris and allows for the runoff of rainwater into a containment pond.

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Please contact AirField Systems with any questions about Drainage Swales… 405-359-3775

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AirPave Reinforced Turf for Montessori School in Houston http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airpave-reinforced-turf-montessori-school-houston/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airpave-reinforced-turf-montessori-school-houston/#comments Thu, 18 Sep 2014 20:55:13 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5370 AirPave Reinforced Turf flexible porous paving and drainage system for grass fire lanes, reinforced turf paving and swales. With over 400 installations AirPave is 233psi unfilled, 6747psi sand filled and is made of 100% recycled content which can contribute to LEED™ points. AirPave can ship more than 91,000 sqft per truck load and 798 sqft per pallet with each part weighing only 3.1 lbs. CSI# 32 12 43 or 32 14 43 Benefits of an AirPave grass paving system include: • A 40% or more material cost savings over our nearest competitor and over 1,000 more PSI • Up to 45% cost savings on shipping, compared with rolled grass paving systems • AirPave has been installed in over 400 flexible porous paving projects • 100% recycled injection-molded copolymer polypropylene plastic units with an impact modifier added to achieve a (NO-BREAK) plastics classification and a minimum 3% carbon black added for UV protection • Loading capability is equal to 233 psi empty capacity and 6,747 psi when filled with clean sharp sand, over an appropriate base depth that provides adequate support for project design loads. • AirPave is shipped palletized at 7 sq. ft. per part 114 parts per pallet and approximately 795 sq. ft. per pallet. Unit weight = 3.10 lbs, volume = 8% solid   Please Contact AirField Systems with any Reinforced Turf questions… 405-359-3775

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AirPave Reinforced Turf flexible porous paving and drainage system for grass fire lanes, reinforced turf paving and swales. With over 400 installations AirPave is 233psi unfilled, 6747psi sand filled and is made of 100% recycled content which can contribute to LEED™ points. AirPave can ship more than 91,000 sqft per truck load and 798 sqft per pallet with each part weighing only 3.1 lbs.

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Benefits of an AirPave grass paving system include:

• A 40% or more material cost savings over our nearest competitor and over 1,000 more PSI

• Up to 45% cost savings on shipping, compared with rolled grass paving systems

• AirPave has been installed in over 400 flexible porous paving projects

• 100% recycled injection-molded copolymer polypropylene plastic units with an impact modifier added to achieve a (NO-BREAK) plastics classification and a minimum 3% carbon black added for UV protection

• Loading capability is equal to 233 psi empty capacity and 6,747 psi when filled with clean sharp sand, over an appropriate base depth that provides adequate support for project design loads.

• AirPave is shipped palletized at 7 sq. ft. per part 114 parts per pallet and approximately 795 sq. ft. per pallet. Unit weight = 3.10 lbs, volume = 8% solid

 

Please Contact AirField Systems with any Reinforced Turf questions… 405-359-3775

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AirDrain Synthetic Turf Rooftop Sports Field 95,000 sqft. at Los Angeles Community College. http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-synthetic-turf-rooftop-sports-field-95000-sqft-at-los-angeles-community-college/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-synthetic-turf-rooftop-sports-field-95000-sqft-at-los-angeles-community-college/#comments Thu, 18 Sep 2014 19:29:41 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5363 AirDrain Synthetic Turf Rooftop Sports Field 95,000 sqft. at Los Angeles Community College. Green Roofing with Synthetic Turf and Natural Turf Profiles AirField Systems AirDrain Synthetic Drainage Layer was chosen to replace a competitive product that had not performed up to the standards which were expected. This rooftop sports field needed to be flat and playable across the entire surface without buckles and separations of the under laying drainage layer. AirDrain’s patented expansion and contraction joints allow for just that. A unified drainage system that drains and acts as a shock absorption layer. Benefits of AirField Systems AirDrain in a green roofing system include: • AirDrain creates and helps maintain a constant GMAX for artificial turf (See below) • Thickness and resin consistency of AirDrain provides uniform shock absorbency • Shock absorption reduces the strain on joints and ligaments • AirDrain is only limited by the drainage capacity of the profile above it • Installation time measured in days instead of weeks • AirDrain can be reused when the artificial turf must be replaced • Water harvesting reclamation and reuse • Helps qualify for LEED and other green building credits • A smaller carbon and development footprint with reduced site disturbance • 100% vertical drainage under the entire field surface • Minimizes water related injuries / Less infill migration due to superior drainage • AirDrain is a 100% recycled product • Less infill migration due to superior drainage G MAX Information Existing Conditions for Testing: Turf – 2 1/2” Slit Film, in filled with 50% Green Rubber Infill and 50% Silica Sand. The drainage/shock pad and turf underlying substrate consists of a concrete deck/rooftop, coated with a waterproof membrane and 10 ounce 100% recycled polyester go-textile filter fabric. The Standard Test Method for Shock-Absorbing Properties of Playing Surface Systems and Materials (ASTM F1936-98 American Football Field) testing locations and procedure were performed. The tests were performed using a Triax 2000 A-1 Missile, tripod mounted G max registration unit (www.triax2000.com). This report presents background information on the test procedures, existing conditions, test results and observations in football, baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse, and field hockey artificial sports fields. The environmental impact of a green roof is undeniable, and adds significantly to the LEED Point system designed by the USGC in all five major areas: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality. Green roofing replaces the green space displaced by a building, prevents excess storm water drainage, reduces the temperature of a building and the urban heat island effect, protects and extends the useful life of a roof, and reduce energy demands. What’s more, a green roof incorporating AirDrain means your design includes renewable, recycled, and locally obtained materials. We know you have a choice in designing a green roof, and we hope you consider the many benefits of AirDrain.

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AirField Systems AirDrain Synthetic Drainage Layer was chosen to replace a competitive product that had not performed up to the standards which were expected. This rooftop sports field needed to be flat and playable across the entire surface without buckles and separations of the under laying drainage layer. AirDrain’s patented expansion and contraction joints allow for just that. A unified drainage system that drains and acts as a shock absorption layer.
Benefits of AirField Systems AirDrain in a green roofing system include:
• AirDrain creates and helps maintain a constant GMAX for artificial turf (See below)
• Thickness and resin consistency of AirDrain provides uniform shock absorbency
• Shock absorption reduces the strain on joints and ligaments
• AirDrain is only limited by the drainage capacity of the profile above it
• Installation time measured in days instead of weeks
• AirDrain can be reused when the artificial turf must be replaced
• Water harvesting reclamation and reuse
• Helps qualify for LEED and other green building credits
• A smaller carbon and development footprint with reduced site disturbance
• 100% vertical drainage under the entire field surface
• Minimizes water related injuries / Less infill migration due to superior drainage
• AirDrain is a 100% recycled product
• Less infill migration due to superior drainage

G MAX Information Existing Conditions for Testing:
Turf – 2 1/2” Slit Film, in filled with 50% Green Rubber Infill and 50% Silica Sand.
The drainage/shock pad and turf underlying substrate consists of a concrete deck/rooftop, coated with a waterproof membrane and 10 ounce 100% recycled polyester go-textile filter fabric.
The Standard Test Method for Shock-Absorbing Properties of Playing Surface Systems and Materials (ASTM F1936-98 American Football Field) testing locations and procedure were performed. The tests were performed using a Triax 2000 A-1 Missile, tripod mounted G max registration unit (www.triax2000.com). This report presents background information on the test procedures, existing conditions, test results and observations in football, baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse, and field hockey artificial sports fields.

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The environmental impact of a green roof is undeniable, and adds significantly to the LEED Point system designed by the USGC in all five major areas: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality. Green roofing replaces the green space displaced by a building, prevents excess storm water drainage, reduces the temperature of a building and the urban heat island effect, protects and extends the useful life of a roof, and reduce energy demands. What’s more, a green roof incorporating AirDrain means your design includes renewable, recycled, and locally obtained materials. We know you have a choice in designing a green roof, and we hope you consider the many benefits of AirDrain.

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Bellerive Country Club Installs an AirDrain Practice Golf Green http://www.airfieldsystems.com/bellerive-country-club-installs-airdrain-practice-golf-green/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/bellerive-country-club-installs-airdrain-practice-golf-green/#comments Fri, 05 Sep 2014 19:18:12 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5288 Bellerive Country Club host to the 100th PGA Championship, in August of 2018 installed this 7,600 sqft. practice golf green on their Championship Course. They were very pleased with the AirDrain System for Golf Courses and how quickly and easily it was installed. After reviewing the findings of the “Comparison of Putting Greens Constructed with AirField Systems and USGA Design” (the five year research project was jointly funded by the United States Golf Association and AirField Systems and was a collaborative effort between Texas A&M, AirField Systems and the United States Golf Association) they decided to utilize the AirDrain System for Golf Greens for this project. Click here to see An Alternative to the Gravel in USGA Putting Greens. Major Championships held at Bellerive Country Club 1949 Western Amateur Championship – Champion: Frank Stranahan 1953 Western Open – Champion: Dutch Harrison 1965 U.S. Open – Champion: Gary Player 1981 U.S. Mid Amateur – Champion: Jim Holtgrieve 1992 PGA Championship – Champion: Nick Price 2001 World Golf Championships, American Express Championship – Not Contested 2004 U.S. Senior Open – Champion: Peter Jacobsen 2008 BMW Championship – Champion: Camilo Villegas 2013 Senior PGA Championship Photos Courtesy of : John Cunningham CGCS – Golf Course Superintendent Jared Brewster -2nd Assistant Superintendent Bellerive Country Club     For any questions please contact AirField Systems at 405-359-3775.

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Bellerive Country Club host to the 100th PGA Championship, in August of 2018 installed this 7,600 sqft. practice golf green on their Championship Course. They were very pleased with the AirDrain System for Golf Courses and how quickly and easily it was installed.

After reviewing the findings of the “Comparison of Putting Greens Constructed with AirField Systems and USGA Design” (the five year research project was jointly funded by the United States Golf Association and AirField Systems and was a collaborative effort between Texas A&M, AirField Systems and the United States Golf Association) they decided to utilize the AirDrain System for Golf Greens for this project. Click here to see An Alternative to the Gravel in USGA Putting Greens.

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Photos Courtesy of : John Cunningham CGCS – Golf Course Superintendent

Jared Brewster -2nd Assistant Superintendent

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