CLEVELAND, Ohio – January 13, 2023 – Lubrizol Engineered Polymers has announced that a prototype of the newly-developed SilSense® material for car seat covers is being exhibited at the Auto Expo Components trade show in Pragita Maidan, New Delhi, India, from January 12 to 15. At the Components Auto Expo, a sample of this new, first-class quality synthetic leather for unlimited comfort will be the spotlight at the Autoform booth B38 in Hall 3FF (first floor).
SilSense material is a non‑animal solution which has low volatile organic volatile (VOC) as it is produced through a cleaner, solvent-free process than other products currently used in the market for vegan synthetic leather. The new material has a leather-feel soft touch and comfort, and it can be provided in different textures and colors. The greatest benefit is its high durability and performance, better than genuine leather and much better than PVC. It has a strong resistance to abrasion and tear, combined with an excellent heat and UV resistance.
"By applying SilSense in car seat covers, we can provide a timeless material of the highest caliber for a luxurious VIP car interior look and feel. It is the perfect solution for designers looking out for fabulous styling in the interior, design flexibility at an optimized cost.” says Vishal Shinde, business manager & commercial lead for Lubrizol Engineered Polymers in India.
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