The zippers are divided into three parts: Ribbon, teeth (elements) and Slider
The slider teeth (elements) join or separate when the zipper is opened or closed. There are many types of slider depending on the purpose of staying.
In addition, the teeth, known as the element, are the parts on both sides of the zipper that intertwine while passing through the cursor. When the left and right teeth on the sides interlock, it is called a chain.
The strip is produced separately for the zipper. The tape is usually made of polyester, but depending on use, synthetic fiber tape, vinyl tape and cotton tape are available in types.