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Paskal No 10 (chunky) moulded zipper is UV treated, durable and commonly used in outdoor, automotive and marine applications, strong and highly weatherproof, designed to resist damage from UV and corrosion.
|Technical Features||Mould Resistant, Sew-able, UV Resistant, Rain Resistant, Designed & Engineered in Australia|
|Fibre||100% texturized polyester yarn|
|Finish||Water repellent and UV resistant treatments|
Paskal No 10 Moulded Zippers, manufactured from delrin plastic compounds, have a larger bulk than coil zippers. These zippers have teeth of individually coupling members that interlock and are injection moulded onto pre-woven, dyed tape.
They have a degree of self lubrication and tend to be somewhat sturdier than an equivalent size of coil zipper.
Moulded zippers also handle water and impurities better than coil zippers, and in larger sizes are the ideal choice for outdoor applications such as tents and boats. Because of the nature of the moulding process UV resistant polymers are added into Paskal zipping to make them withstand UV degradation.
Rugged mountains, humid forests, dry deserts and snowy fields. Our zipping can tough it in any terrain.
Using our innovative weaving design, our zip tape is 15% stronger than anything else in the market. The Box and Pins on our open-end zippers are also 25% tougher!
No more discolouration, mould or mildew.
Our zipping uses highly water-resistant tape so your equipment can withstand the wetter seasons – and your customers can stay dry and warm.
We are one of the only manufacturers in the world to use marine-grade stainless steel for our sliders.
Our grade 316 sliders are extra resistant to corrosion, extreme heat and rusting. Better yet, they’re affordable – so you get more for less.
Thanks to extra UV inhibitors in our zip teeth and tape, you can say goodbye to premature cracking and colour loss.
What’s more, we use solution dyed black yarns to prevent further fading.