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AS 2332:2003 pdf free.Slide fasteners.
3.3.9 Stringer
A textile tape with au attached row of eleineuits designed to interlock with a row similarly attached to another tape.
3.3.10 Tape
Narrow fabric to which elements are fitted.
3.3.11 Top slop
The stop(s) at the top end of the chain that check(s) the closing movement of the slider.
3.4 Types of fastener
3.4.1 ClosL’d-endfasleller
A slide fastener which does not permit the complete separation of the two stringers. Normally the open end of the fastener separates as the slider is lowered, although there is an add itional type where the top ends are permanently joined together by means of a bridge stop (see Figures 3(a) and 3(b)).
3.4.2 Concealed fastener
A slide fastener with the tapes folded so that on closure neither the slider body nor the
fastener are visible from the outside of the article.
3.4.3 Open—end Jstener
A slide fastener having a special fitment at the bottom end of each stringer in place of the bottom stop, so designed as to permit the two stringers to be completely separated and reassembled at will when the slider is in the fully open position. The special fitment normally consists of a pin permanently fixed to the bottom end of one stringer which fits into a box permanently fixed to the bottom end of’ the other stringer. At both ends of separated chain there is a stopper that prevents the slider from being removed (refer to Figure 3(c)).
3.4.4 Two-way fas (ener
A slide fastener fitted with two sliders that operate with equal facility in either direction.
This type is available in a variety of forms which are illustrated in Figure 4.
It shall not be possible for the slider to come off the fastener in normal use.
Slide fasteners are classified according to chain width (the width of gear elements) and by their end-use.
Slide fasteners of either the closed-end type or the open-end separable type shall be classified in accordance with the requirements of Table 1.
Table 2 specifies the minimum performance requirements for each classification.AS 2332 pdf download.

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