JAIC 1985, Volume 24, Number 2, Article 1 (pp. 60 to 68)
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JAIC 1985, Volume 24, Number 2, Article 1 (pp. 60 to 68)

THE QUANTITATIVE TESTING AND COMPARISONS OF PEEL AND LAP/SHEAR FOR LASCAUX 360 H.V. AND BEVA 371

Kenneth B. Katz



ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Betty L. Baxter and Margaret A. Salo for their total cooperation and assistance in typing and word processing this article;

Dr. Walter Cobbs for permission to use the Nordson facilities;

Most of all, Mr. William Rehman of The Nordson Corporation, whose cooperation and insights made this experiment possible.



MATERIALS:

P & S Textiles, Jordan Rd., Skaneateles Falls, NY 13153

Terry Polyester #39

Conservation Materials Ltd., 240 Freeport Blvd., Box 2884, Sparks, NV, 89431

Lascaux 360 H. V. Acrylic Adhesive

Adam Chemical Co., 18 Spring Hill Terrace, Spring Valley, NY 10977

Beva 371 Adhesive

Talas, 213 W. 35th Street, N.Y.C., NY 10011, 1 2 Belgian Linen

Plain weave, 8 threads in warp, 15 threads in weft

REFERENCES

Berger, G., Testing Adhesives for the Consolidation of Paintings. Report sumbitted to Kress Foundation1969, pg. 37

PhenixAlan; Hedley, Gerry, Lining Without Heat or Moisture. ICOM Committee for Conservation, 7th Triannual Meeting, Copenhagen1984

Albano, A.Lodge, R.AIC Painting Specialty Group, Milwaukee, May 1982. “Critical Nap Bond Temperature Monitoring—Synthetic Fabric and Adhesive Application in the Lining of a Klee and Leger.”

Rohm & Haas Paraloid B-72: Copolymer of ethyl acrylate and methyl/methacrylate.


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