Definitions for "Service temperature"
The temperature range over which the adhesive properties of the applied label remain substantially unchanged over a prolonged period of time.
The maximum temperature at which a material can operate for extended periods with acceptable changes in its basic properties; also referred to as rated temperature.
Upper & lower temperatures within which the material must retain all its properties. The service temperature of Dyplast's ISO-C1 is typical of other polyisocyanurate products.