Tag - Automobile Synthetic Suede

Is PU Leather Safe?

Is PU Leather Safe?

PU (polyurethane) leather is a synthetic material commonly used as a substitute for genuine leather. It is a cost-effective and cruelty-free alternative that offers similar textures and finishes as real leather. PU leather is widely used in clothing, shoes, bags, furniture, and car upholstery. But, the question is, is PU leather safe?
The safety of PU leather is a debatable topic, as it can have both positive and negative implications. On one hand, PU leather is considered […]

Application and Development of Microfiber Leather

International market, in foreign countries, especially in Japan, the production of imitation suede microfiber leather for automobiles is increasing by double digits every year, reaching 2.448 million square meters in 2004, 3.272 million square meters in 2005, close to 3.926 million square meters in 2005, synthetic leather for automobiles, will speed up in the future, to the world scale popular expansion.
Chinese market, the annual production of 6.37 million cars in 2006, it is expected that the annual production of […]

What is Recycled Leather?

Recycled leather has the characteristics of both genuine leather and PU, and is a very versatile leather fabric nowadays. So what is recycled leather? Here’s a look at recycled leather.
Regenerated leather is leather or regenerated leather raw materials crushed into a certain size of leather fiber, then it will be mixed with natural rubber, resin and other raw materials, and then compressed into a filter cake; the filter cake will be heated, so that the surface layer of the […]

Synthetic Suede is Becoming the Favored Material for High-end Automobiles

Now, synthetic suede is becoming the favored material for high-end automobiles, however, at one time leather car seats were
synonymous with luxury.
With growing affluence on the planet, and the increasing popularity of luxury-driving and car-sharing solutions, business is
booming for synthetic suede makers. One of these firms, Japanese firms are the ones which sit comfortably in the driver’s seat,
according to an article printed in the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society, Chemical and Engineering News (C&EN).

Senior Correspondent Jean-Fran? Ois Tremblay […]