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Industrial Threads

From conventional apparel like trousers and blouses to highly demanding, safety-critical end uses like automotive airbags and surgical sutures, we offer specially engineered industrial threads that optimise your sewing performance and enhance your product quality. View our standard product specifications in this section of the website.

Coats Fact: In 1879 Thomas Edison used Coats thread as the filament in his famous light bulb experiments.

Coats Fact: Thousands of surgical operations are made possible every day because of Coats' thread.

Coats Fact: With a rich heritage established in the 1750's, Coats was one of the world's first multi-national companies.

Coats Fact: The origin of Coats can be traced to the 1750's when James & Patrick Clark worked in the textile & weaving trade in Paisley, Scotland.

Coats Fact: NASA used specially engineered Coats Vectran Thread for parachutes & airbags on the Mars Rover mission.

Coats Fact: Our Restricted Substances List is considered one of the most rigorous in the industry.

All Industrial Thread Product Information Sheets

Coats industrial threads are available in a number of substrates, from spun and corespun polyesters to bonded nylon and waxed polyester braids, available in sizes and specifications to meet all possible customer needs.

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