Artificial Turf Carbon Fibers
If you're considering artificial grass for your yard, you might have heard of C4, C6, and C8. But what exactly do they mean and how should they impact your decision?
Simply put, these are different grades of carbon fibers that offer different levels of flexibility and resiliency. C8 has a longer carbon chain than C4 or C6, which means it can easily handle heavy foot traffic.
In this blog post, we'll help you understand the differences between C4, C6, and C8 fibers, and which one is best for your project. C4 fibers are stiffer and less flexible, making them ideal for low-traffic areas. C8 fibers, on the other hand, are more flexible and can handle heavy foot traffic, making them ideal for sports fields and playgrounds.
We'll also introduce you to DuraBlade, a technology that uses C8 fibers to offer better durability, temperature resistance, and a soft feel!
To learn more about these different types of carbon fibers and how to choose the perfect one for your project, click the link below to read the full blog post: