CS Cheimcal Test Methods
Holding Power test
Pressure sensitive tape is used in a variety of applications including duct tape,
electrical tape, masking tape, packaging, double-sided tape, bandages,
medical devices, and other uses.

CS Chemical Test Methods

Holding Power test

The holding power test is a test of how long the adhesive holds a constant weight at a constant temperature. Currently, CSCM is being tested in accordance with ASTM D3654, D6463.

Testing Procedure

Test specimen
Test specimen
Take three pieces of the test specimen, each of which is 25mm wide and about 100mm long. Cut the test specimen with a sharp knife so that the edges are not damaged. There shall be no dust or other foreign substances on the adhesive surface of the part being tested. Remark Double-sided tape adhesive surface that has not been tested when removing the stripping liner apply and test with a thin sheet of paper or a polyester film of 25 letters of title prescribed in KS C 234344.
Test specimen
Test plate
Test plate
Attach the test specimen to the stainless steel plate (SUS 304) in a size of 25mm x 25mm. Stainless steel plates must be cleaned and completely dried with solvents to prevent debris before use.
Test plate
Compression device
Compression device
The attached test piece is pressed onto the test plate with a roller of an automatic compression device or a manual compression device. The roller shall cover the surface with a spring hardness of 805Hs and a rubber layer of about 6mm thickness as specified in KS M 6784, approximately 45mm in width, approximately 95mm in diameter (including rubber layer), and 2000±50g in weight. (Compression speed: 5mm/s, compression frequency: One round trip).
Compression device
Result
Result
The test plate attached to the test specimen shall be set at a temperature of 232°C and a relative humidity of 50±5% for at least five minutes. After a certain period of time, apply a fixed load (500g, 1kg, 2kg, etc.) at the desired temperature (40°C, 60°C, 80°C, etc.) at the bottom of the specimen, and measure the time of fall or the distance of slippage. If you are not pushed at all, mark No creep.
Result