Label Testing Equipment

When manufacturing qualified labels, manufactures should have several considerations in designing and processing:

  • Print quality and durability
  • Adhesive properties
  • Environmental conditions
  • Face stock

Common tests Labthink can perform on ourhigh-precision test machines according to various standards:

  • ASTM D3330 -- Standard Test Method for Peel Adhesion of Pressure Sensitive Tape
  • ASTM D5264 -- Standard Practice for Abrasion Resistance of Printed Materials
  • ASTM F2732 -- Standard Test Method for Unrestrained Linear Thermal Shrinkage of Plastic Film and Sheeting
  • ASTM D1894 -- Standard Test Method for Static and Kinetic Coefficients of Friction of Plastic Film and Sheeting
  • ASTM D3654 -- Standard Test Methods for Shear Adhesion of Pressure Sensitive Tapes

Adhesion Tester

Adhesion Test includes primary adhesion & lasting adhesion measurement (shear test) for adhesive tapes, medical adhesives, etc.

Coefficient of Friction Tester

Labthink Coefficient of Friction tester can measure static and kinetic cof of materials according to ASTM D1894, ISO 8295 etc. COF-P01 can test cof on a clined plant.

Thickness Measurement

Labthink Thickness Testers are based on mechanical contacting method, which means more accuracy and precision.

Shrinkage Tester

Labthink has two methods to measure shrinkage property of materials: one is through liquid and another is through air.

MCJ-01A Rub Tester

MCJ-01A can be used to measure abrasion resistance of surface layers of printed materials(ink layer or photosensitive (PS) coating). It can analyze the problems of poor abrasion resistance, ink layer falling off, lower printable force and poor hardness of coating layers of printed materials.

RT-01 Rub Tester

RT-01 is professionally applicable to the abrasion resistance test of surface coating layers of printed materials, e.g. ink layer or photosensitive (PS) coating. This instrument conforms to ASTM D5264 & TAPPI T830.

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