Elastoskin, a polyurethane elastomer skin for automotive interiors from BASF Corp., offers good durability and toughness with a soft, luxurious feel and leather-like grain definition, the company said. The firm claims the elastomer, developed by the BASF Polyurethanes Regional Business unit in Wyandotte, Mich., outperforms polyvinyl chloride and other traditional skin materials and is used on instrument panels and inside door panels of top-of-the-line cars like the Buick Park Avenue and Cadillac CTS. For more information, call Andy Ladak at 248-948-2088 or e-mail [email protected]
BASF elastomer skin offers durability, soft feel
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