High quality recycled silicone release liners for the label sector
We have been supplying our recycled silicone release papers and films to the label industry for over a decade. Our high-quality assured Re-LinerTM range has excellent lay-flat properties and good dimensional stability to suit label applications.
Single & Double Side Silicone Coated
Release ranges from easy to very tight
Base Substrates: CCK, SCK, Glassines, PEK & Polyester
Gsm range: 60gsm – 130gsm
Micron range: 38micron – 90 micron
Re-LinerTM can be supplied in both roll and sheet format
Re-LinerTM can be supplied in master reel format, or slit to your required width and length.
- Minimum Width: 20mm
- Maximum Width: 1,600mm
- Small order quantities
- Short lead times
- Stock grades available for next day delivery
Re-LinerTM can also be supplied in sheet format, cut to your required size.
- Ream wrapped in a pack size of your choosing
- Options to supply bulk packaged on a pallet
- Small order quantities
- Sheets held in stock for next day delivery
Supply Chain: Labels
Silicone Release Paper (Re-LinerTM) uses in the Labels supply chain
Release liners can be customised to match various label shapes, sizes, and applications. They can be die-cut or perforated for specific label configurations, allowing for more versatility in label design.
This is a method of cutting through the label material but leaving the release liner intact. This process creates individual labels that are easily peelable from the backing material, making them ready for application.
The presence of a release liner makes it easier to handle and apply labels efficiently. The liner allows for smooth and precise positioning during the labelling process, reducing the chances of misalignment or damage.
Many labels are pressure-sensitive, meaning they adhere to surfaces upon application without requiring heat, water, or other agents. Release liners are essential to maintaining the adhesive’s integrity until it comes into contact with the intended surface.
In high-volume label application processes, release liners enable automation, as they facilitate the smooth feeding and application of labels using label applicators and machines.
By using release liners during lamination, the labeling industry ensures precise and efficient bonding of protective films to labels or printed materials. The liners safeguard the adhesive side of the label during the laminating process, ensuring that the label remains clean and ready for use. After lamination, the release liner is removed, leaving behind a high-quality, durable, and protected label, ready to meet various labeling applications.
Embracing Sustainability in the Labels Industry
Converters and brand owners are facing growing legislative pressure to demonstrate the sustainability of the labels industry and substrates are evolving rapidly to meet the growing number of legislative and brand mandates for the circular materials economy.