Alabama installs SubAir Sport system at Bryant-Denny Stadium

University of Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium recent field surface renovation features a natural grass playing turf, a synthetic turf sideline and a SubAir Sport System with TurfWatch Technology to facilitate rapid water drainage and to push air into the root zone to enable turf growth. This patented control system uses 14 in-ground, wireless sensors that relay subsurface conditions 24/7 to the central control through a secured communications network. The data automatically engages the SubAir Sport System to maintain ideal subsurface conditions.

The SubAir Sport System controls the subsurface temperatures and moisture levels in the turf. TurfWatch Technology also provides remote access to view turf conditions, current operating status, and manually activate equipment from a smartphone or computer.

The University of Alabama’s SubAir Sport System has the additional advantage of Forced Air Heating capabilities to deliver heated air to the rootzone to extend grass growing season throughout football season.

Bryant-Denny Stadium has joined the Class of 2022-2023 SubAir Sports field installations including the Denver Broncos’ Empower Field, Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium, Philadelphia Eagles’ Lincoln Financial Field, and the Buffalo Bills’ Newmarket Stadium. Teams are also improving practice fields with installations for the Cleveland Browns, Tennessee Titans, Miami Dolphins, Chicago Fire FC, and the Dallas Cowboys. Installing later this year is the first National Women’s Soccer League field for the Kansas City Current. 

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