Avery Dennison FBR 8950 60# Physical Data Sheet

Product General and Technical Information
Date: 6/20/2022 Name: Avery Dennison FBR 8950 60# Adhesive Backing
General Information
Avery Dennison Avery Dennison FBR 8950 60# is a general purpose rubber adhesive. This adhesive can be applied to a variety of our closed cell foams and open cell foams when an application calls for quick and easy adhesion of foam to another material substrate.

Property Test Method Values
Thickness (US Mils)    
Liner ASTM D3652 3.5
Adhesive 1 - Liner ASTM D3652 1.4
Carrier ASTM D3652 0.5
Adhesive 2 - Unwind ASTM D3652 2.1
Total Caliper w/o Liner ASTM D3652 4.0
Total Caliper ASTM D3652 7.5
Peel Adhesion (Lbf/in)    
(180°, 12in/min @ Room Temp)    
SS - Liner (72 hr Dwell) ASTM D3330 8.0
SS - Unwind ASTM D3330 8.5
PP - Liner (72 hr Dwell) ASTM D3330 7.0
PP - Unwind ASTM D3330 8.5
Loop Track (Lbf/in)    
(180°, 20in/min @ Room Temp)    
SS - Liner INITIAL ASTM D6195 10.0
Static Shear (Min to Fail)    
(180°, 1" sq/1000g @ Room Temp)    
SS - Liner (24 hr Dwell) ASTM D3654 > 10,000
Minimum Application Temp NA 50 °F
Minimum Service NA -40 °F
Maximum Service Temp NA 160 °F
  • Only apply adhesive to a clean, dry, oil and grease-free surface
  • Bond strength is dependent on the amount of adhesive-to-surface contact
  • Different pressure, time, and temperature on different surface adhieves different performance
  • Shelf life is two years when stored at 64-72°F/30-70% humidity, out of direct sunlight and in original packaging

All values reported are typical values. We cannot guarantee the applicability or the accuracy of this information or the suitability of the product for any particular purpose. This product is sold without warranty, expressed or implied. (Unless stated otherwise.) Buyer assumes all responsibility for loss or damage arising from the handling and use of this product, whether done in accordance with directions or not. Statements concerning the possible use of this product are not intended as recommendation to use this product in the infringement of any patent.