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STEK Films, Carbon Fiber Line

Hi Everyone!

It is very likely that every time we hear about carbon fiber in the automotive sector, the first things that come to our mind is strength, low weight, expensive, etc.
And, we are right! Those expensive parts are made of a complex structure of carbon layers with the objective of offering the best performance, that is, less weight with the same or better resistance than other components.
https://carbuzz.com/car-advice/how-carbon-fiber-is-used-in-automotive-applications

In the wake of this trend, of course there are those who are also looking for aesthetics, and that is the market STEK Protective Styling Films (PSF) come into play.
Existing options in the market are mostly like to be vinyl, but STEK PSF are on the other level. Our carbon fiber TPU film base line is made of unique construction, the details are so intense that once installed it is almost impossible to tell the difference between a piece with our film installed and a genuine carbon fiber piece.

Don’t be fooled into thinking that this reduces the value of the product, in fact, due to the high technology applied in our films, PSF STEK adds that premium touch even more to the vehicle that it will be installed on.

Interior and exterior parts of the vehicle can be fitted with STEK PSFs to add great style to the vehicle not to mention that most STEK films have hydrophobic and self-healing properties.


Discover the new line, in the links below:

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Access our website and see details of our PSF lineup: www.stekautomotive.com

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