Adhesion/Viscosity

Earthquake-Proof Mat Tack Test

Earthquake-proof mat is used to adhere the furniture on a floor to avoid its falling down during the earthquake. The adhesive force is important to the quality of earthquake-proof. This video shows how to measure the adhesive strength of the earthquake-proof mat by tack test. Tack test is performed like this: Compress the mat at a certain speed until it reaches at a certain force then return, then the force gauge indicates a maximum force of the return, which is the earthquake-proof mat's adhesive strength. It is used for R&D and quality control.
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Probe tack test of adhesive plaster (bandage)

This is probe tack test of adhesive plaster (bandage) to measure its adhesive strength for quality control and R&D.
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Softness Measurement of Hand Cream

This is softness measurement of hand cream. Disk probe is used to compress the hand cream to test its softness. It is widely used for quality control and R&D.
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180-Degree peel test (adhesion test) of adhesive sheet by using peeling tester

IMADA's peel tester measures adhesive force of adhesive tape. Adhesive force is determined by the average force required to peel tape, thus, you need to peel tape at constant speed. (If the peeling speed fluctuate, the average value was badly affected and the result was not accurate.) In the video, IMADA's peel tester peels adhesive tape at 180 degree. The tester peels tape at constant speed, and calculate the average automatically, in other words, you can perform peel test more accurately and more easily. Besides, it enables testing complying with the corresponding part of ISO and JIS standards.
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