THE FIH PREFERRED SUPPLIER

What is a
FIH Preferred Supplier?

FIH Preferred Suppliers are companies that manufacture hockey
turf products and build hockey fields allowing customers to
benefit from a one-stop approach to the construction of their
new hockey field.

Why choose a
FIH Preferred Supplier?

  • Full control of manufacture, installation and maintenance
  • Quality assurance system for both products and fields
  • FIH accredited laboratory testing
  • FIH Quality Programme
  • Continuous hockey turf manufacturing and innovation
  • Professional consultation service & field design
  • Full back up service, including extensive warranties and maintenance guidance

As an FIH Preferred Supplier,
what else can CCGrass offer you?

  • Professional advice on a choice of systems
  • Arrange FIH field tests for you
  • Global reference fields to visit
  • Free field design, including innovative colour options
  • Free maintenance manual and professional guidance

FIH Quality Programme

Product Certification

FIH Global

  • Non-filled “wet” Hockey Turf
  • Used for top level national & international hockey

FIH National –Class 1

  • Sand Dressed Hockey Turf
  • Used for high level club/college hockey

FIH National –Class 2

  • Sand Filled Hockey Turf
  • Used for community fields

FIH Multi-Sport–Class 1

  • Sand dressed or sand filled synthetic turf or textile surfaces
  • Normally used for multi-sport fields that also needs to accommodate football or lacrosse

FIH Multi-Sport–Class 2

  • Sand dressed or sand filled synthetic turf or textile surfaces
  • Normally used for multi-sport fields that is also used for tennis

FIH Multi-Sport–Class 3

  • Longer pile (3G) synthetic turf
  • Rubber and sand infill
  • Designed for football and hockey

Field Certification

Global Elite

FIH Tier1
competitions

Global

International and top level national
competitions

National

National, regional and
community hockey

Multi-sport

Community and development
level hockey

References

Ireland
India
South Africa
Australia
Netherlands
UK
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