Source: Link Testing Instruments Co., Ltd
Aluminized laminated film is one very common packaging material that is used for pharmaceuticals, which is produced by dry lamination or extrusion lamination of multiple layers of monolayer. Generally, the mechanical property and barrier property of the laminated film is better than those of monolayer film.
The compound fastness between the mono layers of the composite packaging film is measured by the peel strength, which is one main property used to evaluate the quality of composite packaging film.
In practical application, if the peel strength of the composite film is too low, delamination may occur to the film especially when the packaging bag for pharmaceuticals is torn off. As a result, the barrier property as well as mechanical properties of the packaging material may be compromised e.g. it may become inconvenient to take pharmaceutical out from the packaging bag.
Therefore, it is necessary to test the peel strength of the aluminized laminated film used for pharmaceuticals. This article provides a simplified peel strength test method for your reference. The test specimens are aluminized laminated film provided by one pharmaceutical manufacturer. The testing instrument used for the tests is Link Testing’s XLW (EC) Auto Tensile Tester.
Figure 1. Aluminized Laminated Film and Bags for Pharmaceuticals
The tests shall be performed according to the following procedures.
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