1. Antiviral Solution for Fabrics
With passenger wellbeing always in our minds, we have been developing new and innovative products for our customers over the past few months.
Since the start of the pandemic, passengers and operators have been requesting solutions to minimise the spread of SARS CoV-2. This demand became even more acute as we all are slowly starting to return to our normal lives and more and more people are regaining confidence in using public transportation.
Since 2018 Lantal has been offering anti-stain and antibacterial solutions, making them available for all markets. Now, with a new demand, comes a new solution.
We have now added an antiviral finishing based on textile facemask technology, which is designed to kill off bacteria and viruses on textile surfaces. With this new and certified technology (ISO 18184) we achieved an impressive 97.4% efficiency against the virus.
Not satisfied with these results we have managed to combine all three of our solutions into one, making it 98.8% efficient against SARS CoV-2 and also 100% vs. bacteria.
2. Recycled and Sustainable Carpets / How Can Old Fishing Nets Be Used Inside a Modern Train? Lantal Tells You How
The Lantal brand stands for high-quality products and services for transportation interiors. We recognise possible future factors today and integrate them in ongoing business activities. Being sustainable is a part of Lantal’s culture – and therefore part of production, products and services. Over the past years we have been developing highly innovative products aimed to reduce CO2 emissions and to support our customers in reducing their environmental footprint.
The Swiss company Lantal returned to InnoTrans in Berlin this year with its latest product developments and innovations, showcasing once again why it is a leadi...
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Lantal is a leading supplier of railway interior textiles and services for railway applications.
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Lantal was commissioned to manufacture the seat covers for the new Alstom Citadis LRV trams which will run on the Paris T9 line.
Despite difficult conditions Lantal Textiles is pleased to announce robust sales growth. Sales were 15.4% higher than the previous year.
“The Road Ahead: Reimagining Mobility” takes a look into the future, focusing on the topics of innovation, mobility, security and sustainability.
Swiss Federal Railways is selling its four Re 446 locomotives. They currently operate on the Voralpen-Express route. The Stadler Traverso will replace them.
Anti-Stain and Hygienic Finishes for Train Seat Covers. In public transportation vehicles such as buses, trains, and aircraft, seat covers are exposed to consid...
Stadler has signed a contract with Schweizerische Südostbahn AG (SOB) to supply an additional 12 FLIRT trains. Starting on 12 December 2021 SOB will run an hou...
Lantal is continually expanding its spectrum of products and services to comprehensively address the needs of customers and travelers with new developments and ...
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Lantal Textiles TEC-Leather will launch at InnoTrans, to address demand for leather-look seat covers with low weight and very good cleanability
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