This test method comprises eight different tests, providing data for the development and control of rubber compounds:
- Method A—Rubber Part Assembled Between Two Parallel Metal Plates
- Method B—90° Stripping Test—Rubber Part Assembled to One Metal Plate
- Method C—Measuring Adhesion of Rubber to Metal with a Conical Specimen
- Method D—Adhesion Test—Post-Vulcanization (PV) Bonding of Rubber to Metal
- Method E—90° Stripping Test—Rubber Tank Lining—Assembled to One Metal Plate
- Method F—Rubber Part Assembled Between Two Parallel Convex-Shaped Metal Plates
- Method G—Measuring Bond Durability for Rubber-to-Metal Bonded Components with a Double Shear Cylindrical Specimen
- Method H—Measuring Bond Durability for Rubber-to-Metal Bonded Components with a Quadruple Shear Specimen
Test method most commonly used for:
- While this test method can be applied to a wide range of rigid materials, metals are the most commonly used.
Please note: The information outlined above is to be used as reference for ASTM D429 Standard Test Methods for Rubber Property - Adhesion to Rigid Substrates. Please refer to ASTM International for full details and the most current revision.
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