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FTM 11 Silicone Coated Substrates for Self-Adhesive Laminates: 180 Degree Subsequent Adhesion

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FTM 11 describes a technique whereby the effect of the release surface on the adhesive properties can be assessed. It is of particular interest both to manufacturers of release paper and also to pressure sensitive laminate manufacturers in determining the key and degree of cure of the release system. Subsequent adhesion is defined as the force required, at a specified angle and speed, to remove a pressure sensitive adhesive coated material from a standard test plate after it has previously been in contact with a silicone coated substrate under specified conditions.

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