Synthetic turf that is too thick, too cushiony, or loose, impairs accessibility, especially when maneuvering a wheelchair. Synthetic turf must be securely attached so that it does not shift or buckle against wheeled traffic.
Exposed edges must have trim on the entire length of the exposed edge and be fastened to the floor to prevent curling or causing a trip hazard. Trim/Transitions must meet specifications for changes in level, including requirements for beveled edges when the height exceeds ¼ inch. The maximum height is ½ inch unless you design wider transition materials.
1/2” max height, 1:2 max beveled edge. If you use a synthetic turf that has a tall pile height, you will need to design a taller and wider transition edge.