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SOFTENING POINT OF INTERIOR TRIM ADHESIVES

1994-04-21
CURRENT
J1700_199404
This SAE Recommended Practice shall be used to determine the temperature at which an adhesive softens to the point at which it no longer can support a given load.
Standard

OVERLAP SHEAR TEST FOR SEALANT ADHESIVE BONDING OF AUTOMOTIVE GLASS ENCAPSULATING MATERIAL TO BODY OPENING

1988-10-01
CURRENT
J1836_198810
This recommended practice defines a procedure for the construction of a lap shear specimen for the purpose of testing the bondability of an automotive sealant adhesive to the elastomeric material used in automotive encapsulating. The present practice of encapsulating automotive glass is described as molding elastomeric material onto the outer edge of the glass using thermoplastic or thermosetting material that quickly sets in the mold. The glass is removed from the mold with cured elastomeric material bonded to the perimeter of thee glass. This encapsulated glass module can now be bonded with a sealant adhesive into the body opening of a vehicle.
Standard

OVERLAP SHEAR TEST FOR AUTOMOTIVE TYPE SEALANT FOR STATIONARY GLASS BONDING

1986-05-01
CURRENT
J1529_198605
This SAE Recommended Practice defines a procedure for the construction and testing of glass to metal lap shears for determining shear strength of sealant adhesives for automotive stationary glass bonding. This procedure can also be used for fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) when used in place of metal.
Standard

METHODS OF TESTS FOR AUTOMOTIVE-TYPE SEALERS, ADHESIVES, AND DEADENERS

1971-10-01
CURRENT
J243_197110
This SAE Recommended Practice contains a series of test methods for use in measuring characteristics of automotive-type sealers, adhesives, and deadeners. The test methods which are contained in this document are as follows: ADS-1—Methods of Determining Viscosity ADS-2—Low Temperature Tests ADS-3—Weld-Through Tests ADS-4—Enamel, Lacquer, and Fabric Staining Test ADS-5—Wash-Off Resistance Test ADS-7—Solids Test ADS-8—Flash Point Test ADS-9—Sag and Bridging Tests ADS-10—Flow Test The intent of this document is to provide a series of test methods which can be used in testing the various qualities of sealers, adhesives, and deadener material. In later revisions of this document, attempts will be made to reduce the number of tests now presented. The specific temperatures and times at which some of these tests are to be conducted are not dictated in these test procedures, but they will be found in the material standards which govern each type of material to be tested.
Standard

INDUCTION CURE TEST FOR METAL BONDING ADHESIVES

1987-05-01
CURRENT
J1851_198705
This SAE Recommended Practice defines a procedure for determining the adhesion strength characteristics of heat-cured metal bonding adhesives subjected to induction heating.
Standard

COACH JOINT FRACTURE TEST

1993-11-01
CURRENT
J1863_199311
This SAE Recommended Practice defines a procedure for determining the cleavage strength of an adhesive used for bonding automotive oily metal substrates.
Standard

ACCELERATED ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING FOR BONDED AUTOMOTIVE ASSEMBLIES

1992-08-01
CURRENT
J2100_199208
This SAE Recommended Practice defines conditions to which bonded assemblies can be exposed to simulate environmental aging. These recommendations are generally based on existing Original Equipment Manufacturer requirements at this time. (Environmental specifications used for this proposal were from General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler.) The substrate type, dimension, and number are described by the standard for materials being tested and should include control specimens which receive no environmental aging.
Standard

ABRASION RESISTANCE TESTING—VEHICLE EXTERIOR GRAPHICS AND PIN STRIPING

1989-06-01
CURRENT
J1847_198906
This SAE Recommended Practice applies to the abrasion resistance testing of decorative tapes, graphics, and pin striping. It may also have relevance to certain vehicle labels and plastic wood grain film. The resistance to abrasive damage is judged qualitatively by its effect on the legibility, pattern, and color of the graphic marking. This recommended practice is intended as a guide toward standard practice but may be subject to frequent change to keep pace with experience and technical advances. This should be kept in mind when considering the use of this recommended practice.
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