Continuous Filament Fibers
Continuous filament sewing threads have higher tenacity values when compared to staple fiber polyester threads produced from the same raw material, which is polyester.
Sewing threads produced from high-tenacity polyester are preferred for sewing processes / seams where strength is the determining factor and high levels of tenacity / strength are required. The yarn structure is formed by twisting two or more filament yarns together. It has a wide range of industrial uses, from leather goods to denim, from shoes to the automotive sector.
Textured filament sewing threads are mostly produced from polyester and are used as a looper thread, especially in covering seams. The texturing process adds volume and flexibility to the filament, but also creates a more easily damaged structure.
Sensitive seams in contact with the skin, such as underwear and baby clothes, can be cited as common areas of use.
This product is also used intensively as polyester cord yarn in the narrow weaving sector.