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ISO 16260

Paper and board - Determination of internal bond strength

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 June 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 22
ICS Code (Paper and board): 85.060
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This International Standard describes a method to measure the energy required to rapidly delaminate a test piece of paper or board. Rupture of the test piece in the "Z" or thickness direction is initiated by a pendulum having a defined mass, moving at a defined velocity.

The procedure is suitable for both single- and multi-ply papers and boards, including coated sheets and those that are laminated with synthetic polymer films. It is particularly suitable for papers and boards that may be subjected to z-direction[4][8] rapid impacts, impulses or shock loads during printing or conversion.

The test procedure entails the adherence of double-sided adhesive tape to both sides of the test piece under pressure. For this reason, the method may be unsuitable for materials that might be structurally damaged by compression or are porous enough to permit migration of the tape adhesive into or through the test piece.

Document History

ISO 16260
June 1, 2015
Paper and board - Determination of internal bond strength
This International Standard describes a method to measure the energy required to rapidly delaminate a test piece of paper or board. Rupture of the test piece in the “Z” or thickness direction is...
June 1, 2015
Paper and board - Determination of internal bond strength
This International Standard describes a method to measure the energy required to rapidly delaminate a test piece of paper or board. Rupture of the test piece in the “Z” or thickness direction is...

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