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ASTM International - ASTM F2252-03

Standard Practice for Evaluating Ink or Coating Adhesion to Flexible Packaging Materials Using Tape

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 1 October 2003
Status: inactive
Page Count: 2
ICS Code (Inks. Printing inks): 87.080
significance And Use:

Poor adhesion of ink or coating to the base substrate can impact the readability of printed materials, affect the functionality of coated materials, or create a source of contamination. This... View More

scope:

1.1 This practice describes a means of evaluating ink or coating adhesion to flexible packaging materials. This practice is intended for use on flexible packaging materials whose surfaces are not damaged by the application and removal of tape.

Document History

May 1, 2013
Standard Practice for Evaluating Ink or Coating Adhesion to Flexible Packaging Materials Using Tape
3.1 Poor adhesion of ink or coating to the base substrate can impact the readability of printed materials, affect the functionality of coated materials, or create a source of contamination. This...
April 1, 2008
Standard Practice for Evaluating Ink or Coating Adhesion to Flexible Packaging Materials Using Tape
Poor adhesion of ink or coating to the base substrate can impact the readability of printed materials, affect the functionality of coated materials, or create a source of contamination. This practice...
ASTM F2252-03
October 1, 2003
Standard Practice for Evaluating Ink or Coating Adhesion to Flexible Packaging Materials Using Tape
Poor adhesion of ink or coating to the base substrate can impact the readability of printed materials, affect the functionality of coated materials, or create a source of contamination. This practice...
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