Lantal’s train seat covers exceptionally combine the sustainable use of natural resources with longevity and comfort.
85/15 – these numbers define Lantal’s new seat cover fabrics collection for trains. Made of 85% wool and 15% polyamide, our flat fabrics fulfil all relevant railway safety requirements while lifting Lantal’s proven high quality standards to another level. The star of this sophisticated fabric is its high wool content. It provides passengers with extra comfort, train operators with added longevity for their seat covers and the planet with increased sustainability.
Having the passenger in mind throughout our development process, we came up with a fabric that provides a highly pleasant travel experience. The flat woven fabric boasts an extraordinarily high tactile quality which ensures a welcoming first contact.
The real strength of the fabric, however, becomes apparent during the journey. Thanks to the wool’s superior moisture absorption and breathable composition, passengers can enjoy its acclimatising function. Constantly reacting to body temperature, the fabric cools passengers in warm temperatures and warms them in cool temperatures.
At the same time, seat surfaces are kept dry even during prolonged sitting phases. The moisture is regulated by the complementary characteristics of the fabric’s components. Wool, on the one hand, can absorb moisture of up to 30% of its own weight without creating a wet feeling. The polyamide, on the other hand, dissipates moisture rapidly, enhancing the seating comfort for passengers’ well-being.
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