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Colbond springs into 2008 with new sporty collection
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Feb '08
With a dynamic and successful year in 2007, Colbond is starting the New Year as it means to go on with the launch of an innovative artificial turf backing, to be unveiled at Domotex 2008.

Colturf is the name of the newest addition to the Colbond product range of high-performance backings. The multi-layer construction is designed to fulfill the exacting demands of backing materials in the premium segment of artificial turf.

Each layer in Colturf brings specific properties to the product. The backing can include wovens to provide superior stitch holding, various Colback types for outstanding dimensional stability in all directions, needle-punched nonwovens that assure optimal tuft lock, or be enhanced with additional layers such as glass scrim reinforcement.

Harry Verbakel, Sales and Marketing Director, Colbond said: “Colbond anticipates a great response from the artificial turf market. Customers will benefit from the flexibility and performance offered by the new primary backing, which can be tailored to suit all grass yarn types and any artificial turf application.”

With the success of Colback SMR in 2007, Colbond is launching two new variants of lighter weight primary backings, Colback UMR and TMR, in 2008:
Colbond's participation at Domotex Hanover last year was all about an innovative environmentally-friendly backing for carpet tiles. All the polyester content in ColbackSMR is derived from bottle scrap, making the product the only one in the market that replaces virgin polyester with post-consumer recycled content. The launch of Colback SMR in January 2007 was the beginning of a success story.


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