Cobra Seats expertise in developing technically ground-breaking products, combined with their traditional skills as vehicle trimmers has made them the first port of call for specialist military project.
Cobra Seats has proven expertise in using technically high-performance textiles – Kevlar/Nomex woven fabrics, glass woven fabrics and Hypalon high performance coatings.
These are fabrics used in and on all types of military vehicles.
Cobra Seats has Nato Supply Numbers (NSN) approved for many products.
Cobra Seats specialise in the manufacture of Olive Drab and Sand Beige versions of all sorts of interior seating for military vehicles. These incorporate Kevlar and Nomex materials to optimise troop protection and safety.
Cobra Seats also supply a new style of ‘safe’ (non-carcinogenic) insulation boards for the engine bays of military vehicles. These are cut and supplied to many different specific formats.
We supply high performance fuel proof felts for gun carriages. We make a specific fabric for artillery covers (again incorporating Kevlar/Nomex)
We supply flame barrier foams for interior protection and energy absorbing padding moulded to any shape required.
Cobra’s patented suspension seating systems are installed in both inshore and offshore marine craft and have also been developed to provide shock mitigation system for land vehicles.
As the dust settles on another fantastic British Touring Car Championship season that has seen more race winners than ever before, there’s at least one consistent factor that links all of the champions in every category – they all use Cobra seats.
While Colin Turkington rightly grabbed the headlines and the "big one" at Brands Hatch it was also a special day for Cobra's great friends at Halford's Yuasa Racing - with Dan Cammish capping his first BTCC campaign with not just his maiden victory, but a second one to boot!
A charging double top ten finish in race three from Honda duo Matt Neal and Dan Cammish ensured a positive conclusion for Halfords Yuasa Racing at Silverstone during Rounds 25/26/27 of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Silverstone, with Dan Cammish successfully securing the coveted Jack Sears Trophy in his rookie season.