Latest Technology Preserves Leather

NBAA Convention News » 2008
October 6, 2008, 8:09 AM

Zenda Leather (Booth No. 3275) is exhibiting technology that it claims improves the quality and longevity of custom leather. The 65-year-old tannery’s anti-soiling eZclean technology increases soiling resistance, simplifies the cleaning process, reduces maintenance costs and preserves the properties of leather, the company said, adding that it designed the product by studying the science of soiling. Also on display is the company’s infrared controlled technology (ICT), which acts as a sunscreen to keep leather upholstered seats from absorbing very high temperatures. The temperature difference between ICT-treated leather and non-ICT treated leather can be as much as 68 degrees, the company said.

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