1.In recent years new infill products and materials have performed poorly and or failed to perform in hot climate conditions. Over a period of time these products have begun to agglomerate and exhibited cohesive characteristics under high temperatures and applied pressure. The infill material becomes pliable and adheres to fibers. This behavior has rendered fields unusable long before their expected end of life. This Standard will provide manufacturers and specifiers a method to evaluate the stability and suitability for a given climate.
The title and scope are in draft form and are under development within this ASTM Committee.