For ASTM D1876, a T-Peel test with a correct and uniform data sampling rate is important to understanding the peel characteristics of adhesives.
For testing the peel or stripping strength of adhesive bonds, use manual screw or pneumatic action grips with rubber coated or smooth flat faces.
BioPuls Submersible Pneumatic Grips and a Temperature-Controlled Bath can imitate the behavior of human tissue in order to test the strength of tissue adhesives.
A loop tack test can be used to understand the adhesive strength of an adhesive impacted by the pressure of its application by following the EN 1719 method.
The EN 1939 method can illustrate the peel adhesion and average load of self-adhesive tapes by applying the tape and using a tensile machine to find the peel force.
The peel strength of a T-shaped bond of two flexible substances can be determined in following ISO 11339 method for self-adhesive tape.
ISO 36 provides the way to measure the peak force and adhesion strength of either fabric bonded with rubber or rubber and fabric bonded together.
With a FINAT test roller and a tensile testing machine, the peel adhesion properties of laminates can be determined, following FINAT Test Method 2.
Solar cell manufacturers create mechanical tests to evaluate thin films and substrates to improve energy output, quality, and reliability as well as minimizing cost.
ISO 2411 tests the coating adhesion strength of wet and dry fabrics coated with natural rubber, plastics, or synthetic rubber and works best with pneumatic grips.