In following ASTM D1335 for tuft bind testing of artificial turf, the short tufts are challenging to grip in testing the durability of the surface.
For ASTM D1876, a T-Peel test with a correct and uniform data sampling rate is important to understanding the peel characteristics of adhesives.
By moving a sled across a stationary plane, one can determine the coefficient of friction of plastic film and sheeting while following ASTM D1894.
When testing adhesion between rubber and rigid materials, use a tension or peel procedure and follow ASTM D429 standards.
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.
With a Instron drop tower 9450, wedge impact fixtures used can test the bond strength of FRP composites and epoxy vinyl ester resins used on Jet Bubbling Reactors.
The peel strength of a T-shaped bond of two flexible substances can be determined in following ISO 11339 method for self-adhesive tape.
Following ISO 11897 to determine tear propagation of thin films using Instron pneumatic side acting grips with rubber coated faces.
ISO 8067 gives guidelines for analyzing the peak force and tear strength of flexible cellular polymeric materials with a particular thickness.
Lid packaging needs to be checked for barrier properties, seal strength, shelf life, and peel strength to determine its usability and security.