GreenLite low mass technologies provide components that are highly functional and lower in cost, helping automotive OEMs to reduce component weight by up to 40 %. The company also offers BioFoam products containing chemicals from renewable resources, to offer an even smaller environmental footprint. ComforTech performance seating urethanes, offer a balance between comfort, weight and durability while managing firmness through a wide density spectrum, to provide up to a 30 % weight reduction and reducing cost.
StructureLite seat frames are manufactured from PU or expanded PP, and are used in seat cushion, backs and bolster applications. This technology offers up to a 35 % weight reduction, part consolidation, faster assembly, better trim fit and appearance, improved anti-submarining performance and a system cost savings, says the company. StrataLiner NET composite boards provide improved acoustical performance, when package space is at a premium. StrataLiner NXT boards deliver cross-sections as low as 2.5 mm. These two headliner technologies offer several system advantages over competing PP composites including: up to a 40 % weight savings, thinner cross-sections, superior design flexibility and surface quality, improved acoustics, better side curtain air bag compatibility, and a system cost savings.