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Pocklington School

The SISIS Flexicomb has 60 sets of polypropylene bristles which can be made stiffer or softer by adjusting the crossbar. On synthetic surfaces the Flexicomb ensures even distribution of infill material and lifts the pile. The Flexicomb is very effective on natural turf and can, depending on the chosen setting, be used as a brush or as a rake.
28 February 2012

SISIS Rosca keeps state of the art synthetic pitch playing perfectly

A new 3G sports surface has given a tremendous boost to students at Brookfield Community College near Chesterfield, Derbyshire and to the community as a whole. The FIFA one star Domo Sports Grass surface was part-funded by the Football Foundation and completed last summer.
20 February 2012

SISIS Rosca helps to keep synthetic playing surfaces to perfection

There is a need to avoid cross contamination when carrying out a maintenance regime on a synthetic surface. This can often occur if an existing ride-on is used to tow brushes that have both been previously used on a natural grass pitch. Not only is this mandatory to maintain FIFA accreditation, but also common sense.
20 February 2012

Routine maintenance with a SISIS Rosca

The need for a routine maintenance regime to get the best out of a synthetic surface, and to prolong its life, is a must. However, to fulfil an FIFA accreditation for a synthetic pitch it is important to avoid cross contamination, which could occur if you use an existing ride-on to tow a brush. A dedicated machine should be specified such as a sisis Rosca ride-on brush system.
20 February 2012

Osca 3 rejuvinates synthetic playing surfaces

A synthetic playing surface often gets more use than a natural one. It is therefore imperative that Groundsmen should have a regular brushing programme, suitable for the area and usage. A programme of light brush between play, and now and again a more intense brushing to stand the pile or fibre up, is recommended.
20 February 2012

SISIS brushes offer top class performance

Part of the Foundation of King Edward VI Schools is King Edward's in Edgbaston, Birmingham. This independent establishment has separate boys' and girls' sections offering education for 11-18 year olds. Extensive sporting facilities include 5 rugby pitches, 3 cricket squares, synthetic and natural hockey pitches, plus a First XV-First XI field with an athletics track for the boys, and netball and tennis courts for the girls.
20 February 2012

 
 
 
 
Dennis Mowers
Dennis Mowers