The widely recognized testing standards in the zipper industry include the following main aspects. These standards are designed to ensure the quality, performance and safety of zippers to meet the needs of different application fields.
The following are some widely recognized testing standards in the zipper industry, covering all aspects of zippers:
1. Zipper material and construction standards
- ISO 9001:2015: Quality management system standard for zipper manufacturers to ensure quality control of the production process.
- ASTM D2050: Standard for evaluating the material properties and construction characteristics of plastic zippers.
- ISO 9002: Standard for product design and manufacturing, applicable to zipper manufacturers, covering process control and quality assurance.
- ASTM D2061: Standard for testing the durability and bending properties of metal zippers.
- ASTM D434: Evaluates the strength and durability of zippers, applicable to various types of zippers.
- ISO 13934-1: Standard for determining the tensile strength of zippers to evaluate their performance under tension.
- ASTM D2057: Corrosion resistance testing standard for zippers to ensure their durability under different environmental conditions.
3. Zipper flame retardancy test
- ASTM D6413: Standard for determining the flame retardancy of zippers, suitable for applications with higher fire protection requirements, such as fire-resistant clothing and equipment.
4. Zipper safety test
- ISO 8124-1: Standard used to evaluate the safety of zippers used in children's toys to ensure that zippers do not pose a risk to children.
- EN 16754: European standard for assessing the safety of zippers in children's clothing.
5. Zipper environmental standards
- OEKO-TEX Standard 100: used to detect harmful substances in zippers to ensure that they do not contain harmful chemicals, suitable for textiles and clothing.
6. Zipper functionality test
- ASTM F2959: Evaluates the opening and closing performance of zippers to ensure their reliability in actual use.
- ISO 17085: used to test the sliding performance and durability of the zipper to ensure its normal operation during the zipper pulling process.
These standards are designed to ensure the quality, performance and safety of zippers in a variety of applications and can be relied upon by manufacturers and consumers to evaluate and select appropriate zipper products. Please note that different countries and regions may have different standards and regulations, so when selling zipper products in specific markets, you need to comply with local regulations and standards.