The internal splitting of paper in the printing nip which occurs most on the heat-set web offset blanket-to-blanket presses. It is due to a weakness in the body paper or high ink tack. Separation of the ply bond of boards or laminated paper materials.
The condition of leather which has degraded, separating into grain and flesh layers; due to the incomplete penetration of the tan liquor when it was made [Thornton/Swann, 1983]. I'm told that sheep delaminates naturally. [Saguto
This describes the separation of the individual plies in a laminate. Laminates are typically made of two or more plies that are fused together under combinations of heat, pressure, and adhesive. When a lamination comes apart, delamination has occurred.
In coach construction, a failure of the adhesive bond line, or of one of the individual components, within a laminated assembly (sidewall, roof, floor, etc.). Modern construction adhesives have reduced this problem.
The separation of layers. Substrate separates from the adhesive. EDGE SEAL - A description of the amount of lamination that extends beyond the material being laminated. Most common is 1/8" seal on all sides. A document with edge seal on all sides is water tight.
A separation or splitting of the tape such as separation of the backing into two distinct layers, separation between laminations of a tape consisting of more than one and backing, or the separation between filaments and backing of a filaments reinforced tape.
A visible separation between plies that would normally receive glue at their interface and be firmly contacted in the pressing operation. Wood characteristics, such as checking, leafing, splitting, and broken grain, are not to be construed as delamination. See corresponding definition for those terms.
A condition where wallpaper backing separates from the top or intermediate layer of vinyl. One frequent cause is excessive soaking. Some wallpaper, such as grasscloth and stringcloth, should relax only 3 to 5 minutes before installation.
A term used for the separation of the paneling of filon and luan constructing a fiberglass sidewall of an RV. Usually caused by water leaks and gives the exterior fiberglass skin a wavy or bubbled appearance. Depending on the size of the delamination, it can be an expensive repair.
The undesirable separation or buckling of the release liner from an adhesive layer usually in the parallel direction of the web. Most often found during high humid conditions causing the paper to grow.
Palstautuminen Delaminering Takes place in ink transfer in offset printing as the ink splitting force pulls the coating layer apart from base layer or splits the base paper. In board printing results often in bubbles in print.
poorly preparing the surface of a gunite pool, prior to applying a finishing coat, can lead to poor adherence or delamination of the coating. More common in refinished pools, this can lead to calcium nodules and other problems.