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Seats Incorporated introduces new line of durable bucket seats

REEDSBURG, Wis. -- Seats Incorporated is pleased to introduce its new 1008 line of durable bucket seats, utilizing...

REEDSBURG, Wis. — Seats Incorporated is pleased to introduce its new 1008 line of durable bucket seats, utilizing spray skin technology.

Adhered to a plastic backing, Seats’ 1008 bucket seat has the look and feel of vinyl, but with no sewn covers, superior wear characteristics, stretch-ability and reduced cost. The 1008 bucket seat includes the customer’s choice of T-nuts for mounting or 4 inch single locking tracks, and can be mounted to Seats’ Low Profile Suspension. Other optional features include self-skinned folding armrests, additional mounting choices, and an operator present switch can be added.

"Foam-in-place seating doesn’t provide the ‘give’, or the comfort spray-skinned technology affords. And, when operators are in their seat all day, they want a comfortable ride," said Seats’ president, Eric Sauey, adding that initially Seats targeted the turf equipment industry.

Spray Skin Technology allows the seat to expand to 400-500 per cent of the static state providing the operator with additional comfort properties in seating, and since the entire cushion is urethane, it may be recycled.

"We really need our new facility in Richland Center (WI) up and running for the volume we plan. At the present time, our capacity is limited to 18,000 per year. I predict we will easily sell over three times that amount in the first year of producing this product," said Ron Ziegler, Seats Incorporated’s general sales manager.

For more information about Seats Incorporated and their products, visit or call 800-443-0615.

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