- BrandCoats & Clark
- Country of manufactureUnited Kingdom
- Type of threadStaple
Coats Protos Plus is 100% complex thread from Kevlar® fibers or paraaramide sewing thread which is specially developed to observe standards of fire protection and residual durability in arms of a ballistic body, the automobile and insulating industry. Paraaramide Coats Protos Plus thread stronger, than steel, is also used in the production gloves protecting from cuts and for a stitching of fire-resistant mattresses.
Main types of application
- Protective clothes
- Protective footwear
- Pulezashchitny clothes against cuts
- Fireman's uniform
- Bullet-proof vests
- Gloves steady against cuts
- Protective footwear
- Safety cushions
- Heat insulation
Features and advantages
- Coats Protos Plus has unusual force for protective clothes, providing optimum protection against cuts and pricks.
- It has resistance to high temperatures to 425 °C, not to melt and does not sustain combustion.
|Teks No.||Label number||Addition||Average durability||Lengthening of %||The recommended needle size *|
|-||(Nanometer)||-||sn||Grams||Minimum - a maximum||Singer||Metric numbering|
|* Instructions for selection of needles have exclusively advisory nature and depend only on characteristics of the required seam
In view of the fact that the possibility of application of this or that thread more depends on conditions of final use of finished product, the customer should hold preliminary testing to be convinced that the picked-up thread applicable for this type of a product. The technical information given above is based on average values and can be used only as approximate.
|40||70||2||5,009||5,108||3 - 5||14 - 16||90 - 100|
|60||50||3||8,314||8,478||3 - 5||16 - 18||100 - 110|
|80||35||4||11,144||11,364||3 - 5||18 - 21||110 - 130|
|Reduces pressure at 425 °C|
Paraaramid to be under the influence of ultraviolet rays: The natural yellow shade turns into light-brown. Thermal stability does not give in to influence, but durability of fiber decreases. Loss of durability about 50% in 40 - 60 weeks of ultra-violet radiation. Therefore, paraaramid should not be affected by ultraviolet rays.