Noise-control label

  • 14-Aug-2009 04:24 EDT


Schreiner ProTech offers a noise-control labeling system for automotive seatbelt buckles. It is designed to reduce noises produced by the individual components within the buckle hitting against each other during engagement as well as when the vehicle is in motion. To address a specific need for supplier Autoliv, Schreiner ProTech developed a tailor-made solution that absorbs undesirable noises emanating from seatbelt buckles and reduces the mechanical stress of their individual components. Schreiner ProTech’s label features a velour surface designed to resist fading and abrasion. It is available in different shapes to best suit the ergonomic needs of Autoliv’s customers.

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