Definitions for "PEEL ADHESION"
The force required to remove a pressure sensitive from a standard test panel at a specific angle and speed after the label has been applied under specified conditions. The strip of test material is usually one inch wide, and the angle of measurement can be 90 to 180 degrees from the surface.
Refers to FINAT test methods 1 & 2 in which the force required to remove a measured section of adhesive coated material from a specified surface is recorded.
Peel Adhesion refers to the force required to break the bond between a tape and the surface to which it is applied. Usually measured by peeling back the tape at 180 degrees or sometimes at 90 degrees in the case of certain backings, and expressed in ounces per inch width.