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DIN EN 1939:2003

Self adhesive tapes - Determination of peel adhesion properties

The document specifies a series of methods for the determination of peel adhesion properties of self adhesives tapes. Annexes A and B specify further variations in the testing protocol according to specific conditions. This European Standard contains: Method 1: Self adhesive tapes - Measurement of peel adhesion from stainless steel at an angle of 180°; Method 2: Self adhesive tapes - Measurement of peel adhesion from its own backing at an angle of 180°; Method 3: Self adhesive tapes - Measurement of peel adhesion of double sided and transfer tapes at an angle of 180°; Method 4: Self adhesive tapes - Measurement of adhesion of the liner to an adhesive tape at an angle of 180°. Together with Annex A: Self adhesive tapes - Measurement of peel adhesion from a surface at low temperature; Annex B: Self adhesive tapes - Measurement of peel adhesion from a surface at an angle of 90°. A guide to the use of these methods and annexes is given in Table 1.


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