Application Type Bond 1 Part or 2 Part 1 Part Material Form Tape Substrate Polypropylene, Steel, Paper Industry Core, Splicing Tapes Manufacturer 3M Chemistry Acrylic Cure Method Pressure Sensitive, Oven Color Black High Temperature Resistance (°C) 50, 75
Technical Data for 3M 9576B
Application Temperature (°F) 70 to 100
Peel Strength (piw) 30 (Oz./in.) Test Method
High Temperature Resistance (°C) 50, 75 Test Method
Shelf Life Details Store in original cartons at 70°F (21°C) and 50% relative humidity;If stored under proper conditions, product retains its performance and properties for two years from date of manufacture.. Shelf Life Temperature (°F) 70 Shelf Life Type from date of manufacture Shelf Life (mon) 24
Best Practices for 3M 9576B
To obtain optimum adhesion, the bonding surfaces must be clean, dry and well unified. Some typical surface cleaning solvents are isopropyl alcohol or heptane.*
*Note: Carefully read and follow the manufacturer’s precautions and directions for use when using solvents.
Bond strength is dependent upon the amount of adhesive-to-surface contact developed. Firm application pressure helps develop better adhesive contact and improves bond strength.
Ideal tape application temperature range is 70°F to 100°F (21°C to 38°C). Initial tape application to surfaces at temperatures below 50°F (10°C) is not recommended because the adhesive becomes too firm to adhere readily. However, once properly applied, low temperature holding is generally satisfactory.
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Peel Strength Test Methods
|Peel Strength||Type||Substrate||Test Method|
|30 (Oz./in.)||180° Peel strength||Steel||ASTM D3330|
High Temperature Resistance Test Methods
|High Temperature Resistance||Test Method|
|50°C||Relative High Temperature Operating Ranges: Long Term (days, weeks)|
|75°C||Relative High Temperature Operating Ranges: Short Term (minutes, hours)|