Adhesionis a characteristic in all adhesives; the force required to remove a label from a substrate after a specified period of time.

It is also the state in which two surfaces are held together by interfacial forces which may consist of valence forces or interlocking action, or both; bonding strength; the attraction of a coating to the substrate, or of one coat of paint to another. It can also refer to the soil quality of sticking to buckets, blades, and other parts of excavators

Ref: 120663/2006-09-22

Adhesionrefers to the ability of a dry paint film or caulk to remain attached to the surface. Adhesion is probably the single most important property of a paint or caulk.

Ref: 86486/2006-09-14

Adhesionis defined as the sticking of the gasket material to either or both flanges of a mechanical assembly. It is the degree of attachment between a coating film and the underlying paint or other material.

Ref: 86456/2006-09-14


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