The artificial turf was born in the United States in the 1960s. It is a artificial turf made from non-living plastic chemical fiber products. It does not need to consume resources such as fertilizers and water necessary for growth like a natural turf. It can meet the high-intensity exercise needs of the 24 hours a day, and it has simple conservation, rapid drainage and excellent site flatness. Artificial turf is widely used in special playing fields for hockey, baseball, and rugby, public driving ranges for sports such as football, tennis, and golf, or as a floor covering for beautifying indoor environments.