High quality recycled release liners for the print & graphics sector
We have been supplying our recycled silicone release papers and films to the print and graphics sector for over a decade. Our high-quality assured Re-Liner TM range has excellent lay-flat properties and a variety of differential ranges to suit a wide range of print and graphics products.
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:Print and Graphics
Silicone Release Paper (Re-LinerTM) uses in the Print and Graphics supply chain
The industry uses release liners for stickers, decals, and other adhesive-backed products. The liners enable easy handling and application, ensuring that the adhesive does not prematurely stick to surfaces before use.
Many vinyl graphics films and signage materials have release liners. The liners provide stability during cutting and printing processes and assist with application and positioning on surfaces.
Specialty films, such as those used in lamination, require release liners to protect the adhesive before the application process.
In digital printing processes that involve adhesive-based products, release liners facilitate feeding and handling in printers and ensure smooth printing results..
Release liners are utilized in the production of various promotional items like stickers, magnets, and customized labels.
Release liners enable precise die-cutting and plotting of graphics and labels, ensuring clean and accurate cuts.
The demand for sustainability in the print sector has been amplified intensely over the past decade, and it is now a narrative that the print industry cannot afford to ignore. Achieving true sustainability requires in depth examination of all the raw materials in the supply chain that are used to manufacture products.