Bonded Polyester Thread – Size 277/ Tex 200 / Ticket 10 / 840D/3
Tex 270 Bonded Nylon Thread
Bonded Polyester Thread, Size 277/ Tex 200 / Ticket 10 / 840D/3
Bonded Nylon Thread #277 (also known as Tex 270 or 4-cord) is a heavy-duty thread used for a variety of applications including stitching on leather, tarps, canvas, and other types of thick material when a bold, visible stitch is wanted. Many upholsterers who work with leather furniture, saddles, and apparel choose to stitch with Bonded Nylon #277 as it has excellent strength and binds materials together in a well-formed lockstitch.
We recommend using a size #24 or #26 needle when sewing with bonded nylon #277. It’s a thick thread and should be paired with a larger-eye needle to reduce thread breakage or uneven tension. The larger the needle size, the larger the eye of the needle.
The bonding agent that coats our bonded nylon threads increases its breaking strength and helps reduce friction that develops at the needle. Commercial sewing machines and industrial sewing machines have a much higher stitch-per-minute rate than home sewing machines, so the bonding agent mitigates thread breaks and acts as a barrier between the thread and the heat from friction as the thread passes through the needle.
Heavyweight bonded nylon thread for thick heavy leather, canvas and upholstery fabric.
Upholstery, outdoor market, drapery, beading, luggage, purses, wallets, shoes, leather, vinyl, Canvas, Awnings, Tents and more.
- Tensile strength 45 lbs
- Needle size 24 or 26
- 1,500 yds/per lbs
- Weight: 16 oz
Read More: Guide to How to Choose the Right Bonded Nylon Thread
Satess®Plus Bonded Nylon Thread Size Parameters
RA: Roughness Average. BSA: Breaking Strength Average. EBA: Elongation at Break Average. DHS: Dry Heat Shrinkage.
Bonded Nylon Sewing Thread
Bonded Nylon Sewing Thread was introduced in the 1930’s. After all these years it’s still one of the most widely used synthetic threads in the marketplace.
Bonded Nylon’s high strength-to-size ratio, abrasion resistance, sewing ease, and lower overall cost all attribute to its continued success in the industry. Nylon sewing threads can be used with most bleaches, organic solvents, most alkalis, and mineral acids.
Bonded Nylon stands up to heat but is not fire retardant. It yellows at 300˚F and melts at 500˚F. Nylon has excellent resistance to mildew, and aging, but will deteriorate with prolonged exposure to sunlight (UV). When sewing outdoor items that will be exposed to the sun polyester thread is recommended.
Standard for colour fastness of bonded nylon thread
|International standard||Name||Degree of staining|
|ISO 105 C10||Wash Fastness||Grade 4|
|ISO 105 X12||Rub Fastness||Grade 4|
Color fastness test of Satess® bonded nylon sewing thread
|International standard||Soap solution||Temperature||Time||Degree of staining|
|ISO 105 C10||5g/L||60℃+/-2℃||30Min||Grade 4|
Read More: Sewing Thread Wikipedia