Create a Strong, Seamless Join Between Multiple Rolls of Artificial Turf
Used in conjunction with either Aqua Bond or two-part adhesive, our artificial grass joining tape is used to secure two pieces of artificial grass together to create a strong, seamless join.
The joining tape is placed between two pieces of artificial turf, sufficient adhesive is applied, and then each piece is carefully positioned onto the tape and left to cure.
Creates a Strong Join
Designed to be used in conjunction with either our single-part or two-part adhesive to join together two separate pieces of artificial turf for a strong, seamless join.
Cut to Your Required Size
NeoGrass joining tape is supplied in lengths up to 25m for quick and easy installation. We cut your tape in 0.1m (100mm) increments so you only pay for what you need.
Our joining tape is 300mm wide, allowing enough area to apply sufficient adhesive to create a strong join.
High-quality tape designed to exceed the lifespan of your artificial lawn.
How much joining tape will I need?
To calculate how much joining tape you’ll need, simply measure the length of the join. We can cut to the nearest 0.1m, up to a maximum length of 25m. Multiple pieces of tape can be overlapped to create longer joins.
How do I use the tape?
To bond artificial grass to the joining tape, you’ll need to use either Aqua Bond or two-part adhesive. Here is how to join two sections of artificial grass:
- Unroll both sections of artificial grass and ensure that the pile is facing in the same direction on each piece.
- Fold over the edge of each section to be joined.
- Carefully cut 3 rows of stitching from the back of both sections of artificial turf.
- Fold back over and align both pieces of turf, ensuring that they are not overlapping. Ideally, you’ll want to aim for an even 1mm gap between the rolls of turf, along the length of the join.
- Once satisfied with the join, fold back approximately 200mm from the edge of both sections of turf.
- Unroll the joining tape between the two rolls of turf, ensuring that the centre of the tape is positioned where the two sections of grass will meet.
- Apply an even coverage of adhesive to the joining tape, keeping 25mm from the edges.
- Starting at one end, carefully work your way down the length of the join, folding over both pieces of turf as you go. It’s very important to avoid getting any adhesive on the synthetic fibres (wipe off with a clean cloth immediately, should this happen).
- Add some heavy objects along the length of the join for 2–3 hours, to ensure proper bonding between the tape and the backing of the turf. You could use bricks, scaffold boards or, conveniently, the bags of silica sand infill that will need to be applied to your artificial lawn as the final installation step.
How much glue will I need?
A 5kg tub of adhesive will be enough for approximately 12m of joining tape. One 310ml Aqua Bond cartridge will be enough for around 3m of joining tape.
What type of glue will I need?
Ideally, we recommend using two-part adhesive, which is supplied in 5kg and 10kg tubs. For joins over 4m in length, you’ll achieve a far greater coverage rate, far more economically, than if using single part cartridges, such as Aqua Bond. For further information, please read our guide, ‘Artificial Grass Glue: Which is Best – Single or Two-Part Adhesive?’
How long does delivery take?
When purchasing joining tape separately, your order will be sent via Royal Mail 24. This is a first-class delivery service that will arrive within 2-3 working days for orders placed before 11 a.m.
If purchased with artificial grass or foam underlay, your items will normally be sent together and delivery may take up to 5–7 working days. Please call us on 01245 931200 for further information.
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