Cotton steel corespun with flame retardant cotton cover
Helios C can resist temperatures of approximately 500 - 600°C without any mechanical strain and approximately 300°C under mechanical strain. The cotton cover will turn brown at temperatures between 180 – 220°C and will completely carbonise at higher temperatures.
Helios C provides good sewing performance.
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- Welding blankets and curtains
- Fire curtains
- Insulation jackets
- Thermal covers
- Heat and flame protective carpets, mats and tarpaulins
- Firefighter uniforms
- Fire separation blankets
- Flame retardant protective clothing
Coats Helios C sewing threads are suitable for use in heat and fire fighters’ protective clothing according to EN ISO 11612, EN ISO 14116 and EN 469. They are not suitable for use in protective clothing for electricians and welders as the relatively low vertical resistance (< 105 _) material cannot guarantee protection from the possibility of electrical shock by contact with live electric conductors.
Coats Helios. Excellent Sewing Performance. Optimum Heat and Flame Protection.
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Information provided above is based on current averages and should be taken only as indicative. Coats accepts no liability for the preciseness and correctness of the information provided.
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