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SynLawn debuts new technology to product line

May 7, 2020
(Photo: SynLawn)

(Photo: SynLawn)

SynLawn, a large manufacturer of artificial grass in North America, developed a new technology for artificial turf: its new line of products are made with Super Yarn technology.

Super Yarn offers unique additives including Sanitized Antimicrobial, DualChill IR Reflective (IR) and StatBlock Anti-Static.

“Super Yarn offers the cleanest and safest turf with its ground-breaking technology,” said George Neagle, executive vice president at SynLawn. “We are proud of our unmatched leadership in the industry. SynLawn has changed the perception with our artificial turf with the most realistic and plant-based artificial grass. We are excited to advance the industry again with Super Yarn.”

Super Yarn has been incorporated into key selling styles including a USDA bio-preferred selection.

  • Sanitized Antimicrobial includes an antimicrobial additive introduced into the master-batch process, which works by eliminating bacterial odors and preventing microbial growth on SynLawn face fibers. When used in tandem with SynLawn’s EnviroFill, it adds an extra layer of antimicrobial protection.
  • DualChill IR Reflective acts as a thermal shield dramatically reducing infrared reflectivity, which can break down fibers. SynLawn introduced the DualChill additive, which resulted in 42 percent increased IR reflectivity. SynLawn said the fibers will now have increased durability and tolerance to wear. Infrared light is absorbed into the average turf fiber weakening the product over time, whereas DualChill mitigates that problem by reflecting the light.
  • StatBlock Anti-Static is a new carbon-based antistatic ingredient that is molecularly bound into the face fiber to inhibit the buildup of static electricity. The company said this component can help eliminate the transmission of static electricity from items such metals fixtures.
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