This standard is issued under the fixed designation D ; the 1 This test method is under the jurisdiction of ASTM Committee D14 on. ASTM D Standard Test Method for Peel or Stripping Strength of Adhesive Bonds. ASTM D is one of the most commonly performed adhesive strength tests. An adhesive is bonded to a material and peeled back at
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The challenges of testing to this standard: It is not easy to hold the specimen exactly perpendicular in the grips while you are cranking a manual vice grip. It is also important to align the specimens perpendicular in the grips so that the peel line is straight across. This ensures that the line of tensile force remains concentric with the grip body.
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ASTM D903 180 degree Peel Strip Strength of Adhesive Bonds
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ASTM D provides guidance on testing standard-sized specimens at precisely controlled test machine speed. Simple design can be used for a multitude of tensile applications Inexpensive and reliable.
Historical Version s – view previous versions of standard. Rated to N lbf Maximum specimen thickness of 6 mm 0.
This method requires the use of a power-driven asfm machine with a constant rate-of-jaw separation or of the inclination balance or pendulum type, and conditioning room or desiccator. For ASTM D, we would configure a small capacity load cell 10 or 25 pound for this low force peel astj. If the adherent is set on an dd903, that will cause an error. Reporting calculations in compliance with the test standard Data rate used to capture peaks and troughs Gripping materials of varying thickness Eliminating slippage throughout the test Our solutions: Clamp force up to 1.
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Software for Series Systems. The values given in parentheses are for information only. ASTM D is used to measure the peel, or stripping, strength of bonded materials to either flexible or rigid substrates.
Concrete, Asphalt and Rock. Now make sure you have your ten samples ready, alongside a rigid substrate that they can stick to. Link to Active This link will asfm route to the current Active version of the standard.
Rated to 1 kN lbf Maximum specimen thicknesses from 10 mm to 50 mm 0. Users of previous versions of software such as Bluehill 2 and Bluehill 3 can easily upgrade to the newest version of Bluehill. Email addresses can only contain letters, numbers and the following special characters: Depending on the product you are testing, this rigid substrate can be anything from metal to wood, glass and more.
ASTM D903-98(2010) Adhesive Bonds, Peel or Stripping Strength
Subscribe to Instron News! Description Literature Contact Us ASTM D is used to measure the peel, or stripping, strength of bonded materials to either asym or rigid substrates. Give one of our engineers a call today and they can help guide you through the ASTM D test process with the best machine configuration for your requirements. The peel plot will be an important aspect of data retrieval and therefore we highly recommend our XyPlot software.
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