IDF100 is the latest technology in infill systems.
Infilling synthetic turf is the process by which small
granulated beads are distributed to the surface of the
turf in a uniform pattern to simulate natural soil. Unlike
other infills such as silica sand or ground up rubber tires,
IDF100 is non-absorbent, anti-microbial and
anti-bacterial. These attributes translate into external
elements not being absorbed into the infill product itself,
such as animal urine. Animal urine and  other external
elements are not absorbed which eliminates building
bacterial spores within the infill product. IDF100  also does
not degredate or compact over time and does not need
repeated applications as does rubber. IDF100 does not
become blistering hot in the heat which would  otherwise
cause more heat transfer to the synthetic grass  blades.
IDF100 is environmentally safe and does not
contain silica, zinc or heavy metals.

Technical Data

Chemical Composition: (99.6 Silicone Dioxide)(Iron Oxide
& Acrylic)
Dust:                             <0.1%
Angle Of Response:    <30 Deg.
Flammability:                 non-flammable
Size:                             1.0mm
Melting Point:                2880 Deg. C
Roundness:                 .6+
Hardness:                    .6-.8 Mohs Scale

Microbiological Analysis/Absorption
(Spore Growth After Contamination)
IDF100: .007% or negligible
Rubber: 81.82%

Abrasiveness ASTM1015
IDF100: 17
Rubber: 31.9

Radiant Panel Flammability
IDF100: 1.02 Best Possible
Rubber: <.22 Will Not Pass

Shoe Traction ASTM F1551
(Dry Football)      
IDF100: .86
(Wet Football)
IDF100: .80
Rubber: .72
(Temp. After 250W Heat Lamp 30 min.)
IDF100: 93.62F
Rubber: 141.88F

Heavy Metal (Method 6010 & 7470)
IDF100: None
Rubber: Heavy Metals Zinc

API Turbidity For Dust
IDF100: 23.5
Rubber: 335
Where you can't tell whether it's real or synthetic!