Frequently Asked Questions


When a zipper runs through a slider, the elements, also known as teeth, are the evenly formed sections of the zipper that interact with or fit into each other.


Teeth are the evenly formed portions of the zipper that interact with or fit into each other when they go through a slider.


Tape is a long strip of fabric, as the name suggests. This tape is designed specifically for zippers. Tape is mostly made out of polyester , however can be made from cotton or vinyl if required.


Slider is a component used to join or separate the elements/teeth of a zipper. Sliders come in a variety of shapes and sizes, depending on the use.


Bottom and top stops are positioned at the bottom and top ends of the zipper to prevent the slider from escaping out of the elements' ends. Bottom stops can be manufactured in a variety of ways depending on the zipper's intended use.


Ziptech Industries produces a full line of polyester coil teeth zippers (both L and C shaped coils), invisible zippers/reverse coil zippers, metal teeth zippers, and moulded teeth zippers. The zipper may be trimmed to various sizes, and the top / bottom stop or pin box can be put in a variety of ways depending on the application.


1. Ziptech Industries has very strict quality controls. However, it is critical to test zippers in real-world situations before using them on a product. It is completely the responsibility of the consumer if there are any complications once the zipper has been stitched to the goods.

2. It's critical to provide enough space for the slider to move freely after it's been stitched to the garment.

3. Use of rubber band to store zippers should be prohibited.

4. Baby items should have zippers with plastic stoppers.

5. Based on the load and end usage, the appropriate size and kind of zipper should be utilised.

6. Overdying our zippers is not recommended.

7. It is not recommended that one half of a zipper be swapped with another zipper.

8. Ziptech Industries is not responsible for any difficulties that arise as a result of improper zipper application or usage.


1. Before washing, make sure the zipper is completely closed.

2. Before washing, flip the garments over to the other side.

3. When washing, the proper chemical amounts should be utilised.

4. The temperature of the washing machine should not exceed 150 degrees Fahrenheit.

5. After the stone has been washed, the final wash should be done.

6. Garments should be dried as soon as possible after being washed.

7. If the garment is going to be washed with a strong alkali, we recommend doing a sample test first since the alkali may react with the surface coating on metal zippers.

8. If laundered with severe chemicals, a dark-colored zipper may influence the colour of a light-colored clothing.

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