DiMora concept car to feature new material made from rock

DiMora concept car to feature new material made from rock

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Barotex Technology Corporation (BARX), inventor and producer of ‘Barotex’ inorganic fiber, has announced that it has become the newest Technology Partner to work with DiMora Motorcar to develop and produce the Natalia SLS 2 sport luxury sedan.

Barotex materials have characteristics that make them superior to carbon fiber, fiberglass, Kevlar, and other advanced materials in a variety of applications.

Barotex starts as volcanic rock, widely available throughout the world. “In contrast, carbon fiber products are petroleum-based, and we know about the challenges that involves,” said Lilo Beuzieron, CEO of Barotex Technology Corporation and inventor of Barotex. “Not only is lava rock more abundant, but our manufacturing process requires far less energy. It is friendly to the environment, and the automobiles built with Barotex are lighter, so they use less energy every mile traveled.”

“We recently received our patent for the proprietary process used to produce Barotex,” noted Beuzieron. “We are delighted that the first production automobile to integrate this technology will be DiMora’s Natalia SLS 2.”

dimora-motorcar-natalia-sls-2

Barotex Technology Corporation (BARX), inventor and producer of ‘Barotex’ inorganic fiber, has announced that it has become the newest Technology Partner to work with DiMora Motorcar to develop and produce the Natalia SLS 2 sport luxury sedan.

Barotex materials have characteristics that make them superior to carbon fiber, fiberglass, Kevlar, and other advanced materials in a variety of applications.

Barotex starts as volcanic rock, widely available throughout the world. “In contrast, carbon fiber products are petroleum-based, and we know about the challenges that involves,” said Lilo Beuzieron, CEO of Barotex Technology Corporation and inventor of Barotex. “Not only is lava rock more abundant, but our manufacturing process requires far less energy. It is friendly to the environment, and the automobiles built with Barotex are lighter, so they use less energy every mile traveled.”

“We recently received our patent for the proprietary process used to produce Barotex,” noted Beuzieron. “We are delighted that the first production automobile to integrate this technology will be DiMora’s Natalia SLS 2.”

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