AviorTex - prod Aviortex leather

By: Aviortex  06-Dec-2011

AviorTex is proud to be the exclusive distributor for Tasman Tanning Company. Founded in New Zealand’s North Island town of Wanganui in 1953, Tasman has been harvesting and tanning high-performance, top-quality leather for more than 50 years. Tasman’s hides are sourced from the healthiest, pasture-grazed cattle and are remarkably consistent. The quality assurance standards of their modern tannery are backed by a dedicated staff who are highly experienced, flexible and pride themselves in being able to supply samples or bulk orders anywhere in the world to specific requirements according to needs.

International airlines are discovering the possibilities of customized solutions styled by talented craftsmen, working with the highest quality leather from one of the most beautiful and naturally inspiring countries on earth.

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AviorTex - prod Aviortex ds

AviorTex DS is a wool rich product that is the subject of a new PCT patent application for dimensionally stable fabrics that meet and exceed all the physical property and flammability requirements for transportation fabrics. Wet washing is superior to dry cleaning for maintaining fire retardance - an issue gaining prominence with the FAA Fireworthiness Working Group studying continuing compliance issues.


AviorTex - prod Aviortex lw

Many commuter airlines and short haul airlines are turning to AviorTexLW as a light weight and low cost alternative to leather or wool seating materials. AviorTexLW is manufactured utilizing proprietary finishing procedures to provide luxurious hand and excellent comfort. AviorTex LW is extremely durable fabric that maintains excellent aesthetics throughout its service life.


AviorTex - prod Aviortex fs

Finally, if you contract with us to fabricate your seat covers, we will also be prepared to supply your fabrics on short notice or become a secondary fabric supplier - just in case there are logistical problems with your primary supplier. Many fabric manufacturers are dependent on independent spinners in order to have the yarn necessary to weave the fabrics.