A measure of the stress required to separate a layer of material from the base to which it is bonded. It is measured in pounds per square inch of width (peel strength) obtained by peeling the layer, and in pounds per square inch (pull strength) obtained by a perpendicular pull applied to a surface of the layer. Often used to describe the adhesion of a printed circuit path to the basic board material.
See "adhesive strength". Specific measurements include the load applied in tension, compression, flexure, peel, impact or shear needed to break an adhesive assembly with failure noted in or near the plane of the bond.
Bond strength: The strength of the adhesion between the coating and substrate, or, in some cases between coating layers. A number of test methods can be used to measure the bond strength of coatings. A typical test would be to ASTM C633.
Refers to one of three conditions: 1) anchor strength of adhesive to the substrate in laminating film; 2) the anchor strength of the laminating film to the product that has been laminated: or 3) the strength of adhesive-to-adhesive bond when two layers of film are laminated together. Carrier - Lamination pouches are placed in a carrier. The carrier looks like poster board, but is glossy on the inside. The carrier prevents excess lamination glue from getting on your rollers. Clear Roll Film - An everyday film that will adhere to most ink lay downs. Clear is popular with schools and copy shops because it works great on a variety of substances. Clear gives your document a glass-like appearance. Temperature range: 210°-275° Cold Lamination - Cold lamination film is done by using pouches with a sticky inside that applies to the product being laminated. Core Thickness - Most laminators, 12 to 27 inches, use lamination with a one inch core. The core is the hole that runs through the lamination film. Larger, commercial Roll laminators, generally use a 2 1/4-inch or 3-inch core.
1) the measure of the force required to separate objects or materials bonded together. 2) the strength of the bond between fiber and matrix. 3) the degree of attraction between adjacent atoms within a molecule usually expressed in J/mol.
The unit load applied in tension, compression, flexure, peel, impact, cleavage, or shear, required to break an adhesive assembly with failure occurring in or near the plane of the bond. Note-The term adherence is frequently used in place of bond strength.
In chemistry, bond strength is measured between two atoms joined in a chemical bond. It is the degree to which each atom linked to a central atom contributes to the valency of this central atom. Bond strength is intimately linked to bond order.