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Tyre Cord Weft

Tyre casings normally use specially dipped and heat-stretched tyre cord fabric in the rubber compound to add strength reinforcement to the casing rubber. Coats tyre cord weft is used as ‘pick’ yarn that loosely holds the reinforcement filament yarns as they are woven into the tyre cord fabric.

Coats extensible nylon/cotton corespun tyre cord weft yarn uses a special high elongation nylon polymer that elongates substantially and uniformly in the tyre cord fabric as the tyre is vulcanized and formed under heat. Coats tyre cord weft yarns are approved by all major tyre manufacturers in the world.

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Tyre cord weft items

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Webflex HEN

High elongation nylon cotton for use as a weft yarn in tyre cord fabric manufacture

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Webflex FGCT

Fibreglass cotton tabby yarn is used to join rolls of tyre cord fabric

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Webflex TCT

Tencel® yarn for use as a weft yarn in tyre cord fabric manufacture

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