BS EN 13523-17:2019 - Coil coated metals. Test methods. Adhesion of strippable films
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BS EN 13523-17:2019

Coil coated metals. Test methods. Adhesion of strippable films

Status : Current   Published : September 2019



This part of the EN� 13523 series specifies two methods for determining the numerical evaluation of the adhesion of strippable films which have previously been applied to an organic coating on a metallic substrate.

Samples can be tested irrespective of whether the strippable film has been applied in the laboratory or on the production line.


Method 1 is preferred for films with adhesive and method 2 for films without adhesive.

Standard NumberBS EN 13523-17:2019
TitleCoil coated metals. Test methods. Adhesion of strippable films
Publication Date26 September 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 23270, EN 13523-0
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 1396, EN 1939, EN 10169
ReplacesBS EN 13523-17:2011
International RelationshipsEN 13523-17:2019
Draft Superseded By18/30380085 DC
DescriptorsCoatings, Coils, Organic coatings, Plastics, Adhesion tests, Metals, Temporary, Sheet materials, Peeling tests
Title in FrenchTôles prélaquées. Méthodes d'essai Adhérence des films pelables
Title in GermanBandbeschichtete Metalle. Prüfverfahren Haftfestigkeit von abziehbaren Folien
ISBN978 0 539 01626 0
File Size674 KB

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