peel-back

peel-back

[′pēl ‚bak]
(engineering)
The separation of two bonded materials, one or both of which are flexible, by stripping or pulling the flexible material from the mating surface at a 90 or 180° angle to the plane in which it is adhered.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Established in 1987, Overnight Labels is an award-winning printer specializing in custom printed shrink sleeves, neckbands, flexible film, stick packs, booklets, peel-back and piggy-back labels, IRC coupons, confectionary wrappers, clamshell inserts, pressure and non-pressure sensitive labels, rotary silkscreen, foil and tactile varnishes.
The 21-year-old model poses in a peel-back acetate cover, the top layer of which features her in a Nicola Formichetti for Diesel denim bodysuit, which can be peeled to reveal a cover shot of Upton in her skivvies.
A large number of food products, including yoghurts and cheese spreads, as well as RTD beverages and baked snacks, are sealed with a peel-back lid.
The celebrity injured by the peel-back tin obviously thought that because Andy Warhol's multi-pack painting failed to show a piece of cloth, she forgot mother's warning on opening cans.
Gloria Hunniford, above: "I find peel-back tins hard to open and once cut myself very badly.
The peel-back and eat packaging means FastBreak is the perfect way to get your Reese's on the go."