Mechanical performance test
90/180 degree peel test
A process in which a rubber coating or a rubber layer is separated from a substrate (such as a metal or cloth) or another rubber layer by an external force. The difference from the tear is that the peeling starts from the edge of the interface, and the tearing is the simultaneous stress on the entire bonding surface.
According to the angle between the tensile force and the bonding surface during peeling, it can be divided into 180° peeling and 90° peeling.
Peel strength is mainly the strength of the test that refers to the bonding of two objects. It is generally common in the testing of composite processes.
Tensile properties (room temperature / high temperature)
Surface Rockwell hardness
Non-proportional extension strength
Elongation at break
Micro Vickers hardness
rate of reduction in area
Impact performance (room temperature / low temperature)
Low temperature brittleness
Compressive yield strength
Other mechanical tests
Hole expansion test
Non-proportional bending stress
Screw guarantee load