Plastic zipper

        The main ingredient needed to make plastic zippers is polyoxymethylene (POM), a thermoplastic used in precision parts requiring greater rigidity, dimensional stability, and low friction. Due to the properties of polyoxymethylene, plastic zippers are widely used where impressive durability, stiffness, abrasion resistance, and electrical insulating properties are required.
        As a manufacturer and supplier of plastic zippers, SBS Zipper provides many types of plastic zippers and customized services to meet the growing needs and types of requirements of customers around the world. These zippers are available in a variety of designs, sizes and colors, with a variety of teeth as well as the best features such as S prongs, glossy prongs, caterpillar prongs, skull prongs, arrow prongs and many more.
       Here we will discuss some buying tips if you are buying plastic zippers for the first time.
        The performance of lightning depends primarily on its end use. Plastic zippers are mainly used in the garment industry, from sportswear, casual wear, jackets to denim. It is also widely used in the manufacture of bags for outdoor use.
        According to the function of the zipper, plastic zippers are divided into closed zippers, double-sided closed zippers, open zippers, and double-sided open zippers. The 2-way zipper is perfect for projects that require sliders to work on both sides.
        Plastic zippers are usually 3#/4#, 5#/8#/10# depending on the size of the zipper. Basically, you can tell the size of a zipper by looking at the back of the zipper tab installed on the finished zipper. But SBS zippers offer 20# and 30# plastic zippers for jobs that require oversized zipper teeth. However, these larger sizes are currently only available with zippers.
       There are many types of plastic zipper tape, including melange tape, polyester tape, etc. Melange tape is made from colored thread and is widely used in decorative and art work, while polyester tape is used for standard plastic zippers.
        Here, the sliders are actually processed using painting or electroplating techniques, depending on the end use of the product or the preference of the customer. The inner cavity of a plated slider is relatively rough, which can damage the zipper teeth when moving up and down, while the surface of a varnished slider is relatively smooth. Therefore, for plastic zippers, colored zippers are the most recommended.

Post time: Jul-25-2023
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