The bed that supports crampons

1997/12/01 Elhuyar Zientzia Iturria: Elhuyar aldizkaria

The new crampons designed by the University of Aberystwyth in Britain and the Dutch house Desso are less harmful to the grass.

The crampons players have in shoes on football or rugby fields cause great damage to the grass. Therefore, they have started to use this type of special scarves and one of them will be tested this year in the stadiums of three teams. Quenn’s Park Rangers, Aston Villa and Chelsea.

The preparers of the new mud were the University of Aberystwyth in Britain and the Desso house of the Netherlands. At a distance of two centimeters thin polypropylene stems of 20 centimeters in length are inserted into the ground. The grass roots are grouped around these stems and the underground bed net is much more powerful. Thus, the resistance to the attack of the crampons is three times greater.

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