Peel strength testing is a critical process in many industries, from packaging to printing and much more. Identifying the critical quality aspects of the products is an important part of quality control. One of the critical aspects of quality control is the peel strength of the materials. To make it easy for the manufacturers to conduct a peel strength test on the materials, we at Presto have designed a high-quality peel/seal/bond strength tester. This is one of the high-quality lab testing equipment that will easily calculate the permanence of the adhesion ability of self-adhesive force-sensitive products.
You can easily measure the tear, peel and other frictional properties of adhesives, laminates, glues, fabrics, packaging, coatings, tapes, labels, and other product components and materials. This high-quality lab testing equipment has been designed as per industrial standards that make it easy for the manufacturers to conduct quality tests on the materials. In this blog, we will discuss brief information about the Presto peel strength tester and the importance of measuring the peel strength of packaging materials.
What is the peel strength test and why it is important to conduct it?
Are you tired of materials that just can't withstand the test of time? Looking to find a way to measure the durability and strength of different materials against peel strength? If yes, then it’s time to ensure that your products can withstand the test of time by testing their peel strength.
If we talk about the peel strength or peel ability of materials, then it is considered being an essential property of the material that is used to determine the force required to peel a material from a substrate. It's an important metric for assessing the performance of adhesives, pressure-sensitive tapes, and other bonding materials.
The peel strength test is commonly performed using a peel strength tester where the substrate will be pulled at a constant rate and pressure to ensure its durability. Thus, with Presto peel testing instrument manufacturers can easily test the peeling ability of materials.
What Materials Can Be Tested with Peel Strength Tests?
In general, peel strength tests can be used on any type of material, as long as the material can be firmly attached to the testing apparatus. This includes both flexible and rigid materials. Some common examples of materials that are often tested using peel strength tests include:
To ensure accurate results, it is important to use the proper type of a test method for the specific material being tested. For instance, some materials may require the use of an adhesive or other bonding agent in order to attach them securely to the testing apparatus. Additionally, the thickness of the material being tested can also affect the results of the peel strength test. Presto is the best adhesion strength tester to ensure the quality of adhesives.
Introduction to Presto peel strength Tester Digital
Presto’s Peel Adhesion/Bond/Seal tester is used to calculate the permanence of the adhesion ability of self-adhesive force-sensitive products. The adhesion strength of a product is defined as the pressure required for separating a coated substance, which has been applied to a normal test plate under specified circumstances, from another plate placed at a specified angle with a predetermined velocity. The product is designed and manufactured as per international standards.
The Peel strength tester is ideal for measuring tear, peel and other frictional properties of adhesives, laminates, glues, fabrics, packaging, coatings, tapes, labels, and other product components and materials. With the seal/bond strength testing instrument, one can accurately measure the average peel strength load over a specific distance per unit width of the adhesive. The machine provides a constant rate of extension and constant rate of load control, which allows you to perform numerous peel and seal tests with a single machine.
Features of Presto peel strength tester-digital
- Highly recommended for labels, foils, and Bopp tapes.
- Peeling of plastic shield carried out from an angle of 180 degrees.
- The testing instrument provides accuracy of +/- 2%
- It has a unique self-calibration feature.
- Compact model designed especially for labs where space is a major constraint.
- It has a memory feature.
- Seal strength holding at a 90-degree angle can also be integrated into the machine.
The testing equipment is available with a complete instruction guide along with a calibration certificate traceable to NABL-approved labs.
Technical Specifications of Presto peel strength tester-digital
- Display: LED Display
- Capacity: 20 kgf (Other capacities available on request)
- Accuracy: ±0.5% of the Load Cell capacity
- Resolution: 0.001 kg
- Sensor Type: Universal ‘S’ Type
- Test Speed: 300 mm/min.
- Power Supply: Single Phase 220-240V AC, 50Hz.
- Power Consumption: 0.5 kW
- Sample Type: Plastic film, Tape, Sticker, etc
- Industry: Plastic and Packaging
If you want more information about the use of this quality testing equipment, then you can give us a call at +919210903903 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team of technical experts will consult you regarding all your needs and queries.