Artificial Turf Carbon Fibers


If you're thinking about installing artificial grass in your backyard, you may have come across the terms C4, C6, and C8. These terms refer to different grades of carbon fibers that are used to make artificial grass. Each grade has unique properties that make it suitable for different applications.

To better understand the different grades of turf fibers, we have a blog that'll teach you everything you need to know about C4, C6, and C8. For example, C4 fibers, though aesthetically pleasing, are stiffer and less flexible than higher grades of carbon fibers, making them best suited to low-traffic areas. On the other hand, C8 fibers are more flexible and can withstand heavy foot traffic. As such, they are ideal for sports fields and playgrounds.

We'll also introduce you to DuraBlade, a technology that uses C8 fibers to provide better durability, temperature resistance, and a softer feel. By the end of this post, you'll have a good understanding of the different types of carbon fibers and which one is best for your artificial grass needs.

Click the link to read the full blog post and learn more about C4, C6, and C8 fibers, and DuraBlade technology.

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