DETROIT (Jan. 19, 11:35 a.m. ET) — Woodbridge Group claims its ComfortSense seat cushioning has better initial softness, without the added expense of a secondary topper pad.
Canadian foam expert Woodbridge promoted its foam offerings at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The firm says the ComfortSense A-surface treatments also optimize air distribution in both active and standard seat systems.
Through engineered comfort zones and tuned ventilation, a network of air ducts deliver effective air distribution while maintaining comfort and support, Woodbridge said.
“This technology continues to advance, and is now being used in active climate seat designs, to improve cooling performance and comfort, while reducing system cost,” said Matt Prascius, senior product manager for seating. “We're seeing significant interest in A, B and C segment vehicles and in alternative power vehicles, where any opportunity to conserve power through reducing the need to use the air conditioner is positive.”