Comfort Range 0.2
The Bus Collection – Comfort Range 0.2 provides operators and seat makers with a range of products specifically engineered to maintain the quality of traditional leather while building in advanced performance characteristics to reduce manufacturing and operating cost while meeting required industry certification.
From the high passenger footfall of inner-city bus routes, to luxury comfort of long-distant coach journeys, ELeather’s Comfort Range 0.2 material comes in a range of grains and finishes, utilising the versatile properties of leather fibre composite to suit the specific application environment.
Certified to the latest industry standards to ensure passenger safety, ELeather’s Comfort Range 0.2 material is rigorously tested by a 3rd party testing organisation to ensure compliance with regional fire safety regulations of the bus and coach industry.
|Easy to clean||Minimal maintenance|
|Hygenic||Better passenger experiences|
|Consistent high-quality material provided on 50LM rolls||Higher material yields and easier to process and work with|
|Made from natural leather||Comfort and style with look and feel of traditional leather|
|Reduced stretch||No bagging or creasing over time and seats stay looking newer for longer|
|Versatile||Increased design possibilities such as lamination, embossing, printing and stiching|
|Scuff and scratch resistant||Longer lasting with less frequent seat cover changes|
|Clean tech manufactured with patented process||Contribute to a cleaner, more sustainable future|
Stock colour swatches
Our stock colours are ideal for quick turnaround projects, when a short lead time is required. Can’t find the colour you’re looking for? We offer a bespoke colour matching and design service. Contact us below for more information.
|TEST||TEST METHOD||UNITS||TYPICAL VALUES|
|Colour measurement||EL-MFG-WI113||–||DL* ± 0.9; Da* ± 0.5; Db* ± 0.5|
|Average thickness||BS EN ISO 2589:2002||mm||1.2 ± 0.15 mm|
|GSM||EL-LSTP-0005||g/m²||≥ 550 ± 50 g/m2|
|Bally flex - dry 50,000 cycles no cracking||BS EN ISO 5402:2002||Cycles||Pass|
|Peel strength||EL-LSTP-0003 Dry||N/cm||≥12.0 N/cm|
|Tensile force MD *1||BS EN ISO 3376:2002 *1||N/mm||≥10.0 N/mm|
|Breaking elongation MD||BS EN ISO 3376:2002||%||≥ 20.0 %|
|Tensile strength CD *1||BS EN ISO 3376:2002 *1||N/mm||≥10.0 N/mm|
|Breaking elongation CD||BS EN ISO 3376:2002||%||≥ 30.0 %|
|Taber abrasion CS10 1kg||BS EN ISO 5470-1:1999 Part 1||Cycles||>2,000 cycles|
|Test to determine the horizontal burning rate of materials||UN regulation No.118 annex 6 (test at Exova UK)||-||≥100 mm/min|
|Test to determine the melting behaviour of materials||UN regulation No.118 annex 7 (test at Exova UK)||-||No droplets which ignited the cotton wool|
|Test to determine the vertical burning rate of materials||UN regulation No.118 annex 8 (test at Exova UK)||-||≥100 mm/min|
|Flammability||BS 5852:2006 (CRIB 5)||–||Pass|
|Flammability||BS 5852:2007 (CRIB 7)||–||Pass|
*1 Procedure as per BS EN ISO 3376:2002 except it is not corrected for thickness as this is not applicable to ELeather
*2 All pigments used meet BWS 7 or higher. Pigments are tested in accordance with ISO 4892-2, Cycle 5 and EN ISO 877, and assessed against BlueWool Scale 1-8 as described in ISO 105 B02, where BWS 8 denotes very high and BWS 1 lowest light fastness. The Fastness to Light of the final ELeather Product is dependant on the colour.