A major manufacturing facility for design to finished fabric production…

A leading one-stop resource that delivers inspiring global textile solutions…

The Heathcoat Fabrics headquarters and manufacturing centre in Devon, UK, is an impressive fully-inclusive single-source facility.

In the transport, military, aerospace, industrial and consumer sectors, we create bespoke fabric solutions for clients that design and manufacture equipment, components and apparel for the modern world. We have the depth and scope of experience to design and create textiles from the client’s specification; or we can initiate a project requirement through analysis of an existing fabric sample. We also provide a wide range of our own-Branded, Patented and Registered high performance product solutions, which can be integrated with client’s composite/substrate specification.

The company operates a total end-to-end high competency service with in-house research & development, design, testing and on-site manufacturing facilities that include extensive automated quality-controlled yarn texturising and warping weaving and knitting plant and the latest advanced specialist dyeing, chemical treatments and finishing. We use the wide variety of industry-approved yarns including continuous multifilament, textured, spun, monofilament, and combinations. Wide yarn counts range from 22 to 5500 Dtex and we produce fabrics in weights from 20 to 1400gsm. To suit customer requirements, we can supply weaving widths of up to 3.8 metres loomstate. 

Fabrics can be produced in Nylon, Polyester, Aramid, Polypropylene and many other polymers and blends and numerous different weave patterns are available including multi-layer. Finishes include Heat Set, Scoured and Set, Dyed and Set, Silicone Treated, Rubber Adhesive treated.

In the quest to achieve the highest level performance fabric solutions for complex engineered application, we work with the best advanced yarn products and suppliers. Many of these are notable high-profile global brands and science-driven organisations; they include NOMEX®, Kermel®, PBI, Teijinonex®, Lenzing-FR®, Protex™, Kevlar®, Twaron®, Technora®, Basofil®, Coolmax® and Cordura®.