HeatBlock™ Technology

How SYNLawn Canada’s HeatBlock™ Technology can help you beat the summer heat!

image of synlawn with heat block technology thermal viewSYNLawn knows that one of the biggest qualities that true state-of-the-art artificial turf solutions possess over lesser versions is their ability to beat the heat. You will rarely hear a SYNLawn client complain that their synthetic grass gets too hot during the sweltering summer months. This is due to our patented HeatBlock™ Technology.

The science behind this technology is simple. Heat build-up occurs when thermal energy from the sun’s rays hit the surface of an object. Emissivity is the scientific term for the degree to which a material emits heat. By reflecting sunlight, we can reduce the amount of heat build-up and emissivity on our synthetic turf. In effect, this lowers temperatures and allows our artificial grass products to remain cool and comfortable even in the hottest conditions.

How does our HeatBlock Technology actually reflect sunlight? It does so by incorporating reflective pigments into the mix. These pigments have proven to reduce heat build-up and fiber emissivity by as much as 20%.

See the Difference

image of synlawn with heat block technology comparison chartThe benefits of SYNLawn’s HeatBlock Technology can not only be felt but also seen in the form of a special finish that is applied to each grass fiber. This finish has less of the unrealistic “shimmer” found in other artificial grass products. Additionally, our grass is softer to the touch and much less abrasive; qualities that add to its realistic feel.

Our artificial grass solutions are created for year-round use, and you’ll know it for sure when you experience the coolness and comfort our HeatBlock Technology allows for when temperatures start to rise. Please contact a SYNLawn Canada dealer to experience our exclusive HeatBlock Technology today!

* Thermal images captured with Fluke Ti20 Thermal Imager. Images are captured with calibrated temperature data in a matrix of over 12,000 discrete measurements per thermal image.

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