Over deze norm
|Commissie||Lucht- en ruimtevaart|
NEN-EN 16602-70-13 details a test in which pressuresensitive tapes are used to assess the suitability of, for example, coatings, paints, films and other thin materials, proposed for use on spacecraft and associated equipment. Surface coatings, such as thermal control paints and corrosion protection coatings, are affected, both on the ground and after launch, by exposure to the environment. It is therefore important that the adhesion of the coating to the relevant substrate remains at an acceptable level after exposure to the relevant environmental condition. The following materials and assemblies are covered by this test method: - organic coating, e.g. varnishes, paints and plastic films; - metallic finishes on, for example, printed circuit boards, secondsurface mirrors, thermal radiators, plastic films; - adhesive layers; - composite thin films; - small assemblies, e.g. solar cells having attached glass covers. This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristics and constrains of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.
|Nederlandse titel||Space product assurance - Measurements of the peel and pull-off strength of coatings and finishes using pressure-sensitive tapes|
|Engelse titel||Space product assurance - Measurements of the peel and pull-off strength of coatings and finishes using pressure-sensitive tapes|