Films to protect and improve customer satisfaction

As a global supplier of all grades of packaging and industrial products we turn raw materials into functional and economic products. Custom create your own product or buy off the shelf: diecuts, sheets, rolls, and laminates.

Industries Using Packaging and Industrial Films
  • Packaging

    Nothing ruins a customer’s experience faster than an unprotected product arriving with scrapes, scratches, or scuffs. The Griff Network offers a set of films for product protection against such issues.

Product Specifications

  • Product
    Description
  • Acrylic Film

    Our acrylic film and acrylic paper are high quality performance specialty film or paper. It is available in a wide variety of colors with excellent printability and wearing properties that make it ideal for use in signs. Our acrylic film has superior weathering properties, making it perfect for long-lasting outdoor exposure. Acrylic film is often a clear plastic film, there are custom colors available for your acrylic films. This film is used anywhere toughness, durability, and abrasion resistance is needed. Our films include many types of coatings, such as silicone, adhesive, premask, corona, print treatments, etc. for labels, printing, and protective purposes. Most of our materials can also be acrylic coated. To create a acrylic coated paper or acrylic coated film.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor an acrylic film or acrylic coated product to suit your particular need. Polycarbonate Acrylic or PMMA is also available. See more details about polycarbonate acrylic film.

  • Adhesive Film

    Our adhesive products use both permanent and removable adhesives, depending on the intended application. Besides testing of its adhesive power, it is required that it should be able to stand the commonly used resins, varnishes, and solvents. Extensive quality control is needed to avoid diffusion of chemicals such as sulfide and chloride, etc.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor an adhesive film product to suit your particular need.

  • Bi-Axially Oriented Polypropylene (BOPP) Film

    BOPP Film is a bi-axially oriented polypropylene (BOPP). This material has good clarity, resistance to UV light, excellent chemical and abrasion resistance, and a smooth surface. The clear material has a reasonable scuff resistance and a great acid resistance. Our material is also inert to most mild chemicals and has a fair heat resistant allowing for heat sealable BOPP films. This material is softer and more flexible than polyester.

    We have the BOPP film for you, no matter what your application. There are over 1,000 variants of BOPP films. Our films include many types of coatings, such as silicone, adhesive, pre-mask, corona, print treatments, clear or matte etc. BOPP film has a wide range of applications including but not limited to products for the metallizing, packaging, stationery, tape and label, as well as decorative markets.

    Here is a small list of some of the different types of BOPP Film Supply we we carry, laminated BOPP film, industrial BOPP film, metallized BOPP film, co-extruded BOPP film, tape BOPP film, label BOPP film, packaging BOPP film, stationery BOPP film, and decorative BOPP film. "Biaxially Oriented" tell you that the polypropylene film has been stretched in both the machine direction (MD) and across machine direction (AMD). Superior strength at low gauges (allows for high speed processing), flatness, clarity and printability, are just a few of the reasons BOPP film has become the most rapidly implemented film product across the world.

    The table below lists only a few grades we have available so be sure to contact a representative today so they can tailor a BOPP film product to suit your particular need. The BOPP market continues to grow. Newer solutions help us create more demanding films, that have become lighter, stronger, and better suited for printing. With continued research and development, BOPP has potential to replace everyday wood based paper with synthetic paper.

    Also you may find our handy BOPP Conversion Table useful, and OPP Film and Polypropylene Film - PP Film helpful.

  • High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Film

    With a low coefficient of friction, High-Density Polyethylene Film (HDPE) is prized for its slip resistance and release properties, as well as its excellent impact, tensile and compression strength. Dense and unbranched, this material does not splinter, corrode or abrade easily and is stress-crack resistant.

    Slip-resistant
    Strong
    Food-safe

    HDPE film does not retain harmful bacteria, is extremely resistant to various cleaning agents and can be sterilized in boiling water. Food-safe, moisture, stain and odor resistant, and printable in various forms, HDPE plays an important role in most industries. Its clarity makes for appealing food packaging, while its slip resistance is valuable in textile packaging.

    This material is available clear or opaque in a variety of colors, and can be customized in size, shape, and density to suit your needs.

    We also have MDPE Film and LDPE Film.

  • Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) Film

    Soft, tough and flexible, Low Density Polyethylene film is favored for its resilience against a majority of chemicals and organic solvents. When LDPE film is incorporated into a packaging laminate, it offers excellent seal strength to package the most demanding products. Its low conductivity makes it useful in low temperature electrical applications, while its durability and excellent process-ability make it the all-purpose film to turn towards.

    Superior Flexibility
    Excellent Processability
    Optimum Tear Strength

    LDPE film is polymerized using a free radical that produces a large amount of short and long chains, limiting its ability to form high levels of crystallization. The low level of crystallinity attributes to the flexibility, clarity and elongation. The simple repeating polymer unit is very inert, leaving the film resistant to many chemicals. While LDPE is very popular as the main resin for shrink film and sealing layers in packaging laminates, we customize our film to suit many purposes and can adjust everything including color, thickness, size, printability, release and finish.

    We also have MDPE Film and HDPE Film.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a LDPE film product to suit your particular need.

  • Matte Coating

    Sometimes silicone is not the answer to your release needs. Matte film can do much more than function as a simple release layer: it diffuses light to soften the glare of professional photos, adds a layer of scratch-resistance to furniture, and adds visual appeal to labels. Whether it functions as a heavy-duty surface for non-stick conveyor belts and pallets, or on a chair you sit in at a fast food restaurant, matte film makes a gentle impact in our everyday lives.

    No Glare
    Non-Silicone Release
    Softening, Eye-Catching

    Often, we mechanically texturize the film itself by either removing microscopic layers once it has dried (known as “sub-micron embossing”), or by cooling the molten film on a texturized roll. As always, our films can come in a wide range of colors and sizes, and can be die-cut, sheeted, or made into rolls of varying widths.

  • Medium Density Polyethylene (MDPE) Film

    Our MDPE (Medium Density Polyethylene) is a plastic material with a good shock and drop resistance. This material is less notch sensitive than HDPE, and its stress cracking resistance is better as well. Our films include many types of coatings, such as silicone, adhesive, pre-mask, corona, print treatments, etc. for labels, printing, and protective purposes. MDPE is defined by a density range of 0.926 - 0.940 g/cc. (Grams per Cubic Centimeter) We also have HDPE Film and LDPE Film.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a MDPE film product to suit your particular need.

  • Metallized Film

    The scrutinizing gaze of shoppers is easily captured by the luxurious shine of metallized films. Much more than visually appealing, metallized films are durable, flexible, with good printability, and are naturally food-safe. Imparting a modern and high-quality design, metallized films are some of the most trusted and popular materials across many industries.

    Flexible
    Shiny
    Food-safe

    This material is created by vaporizing aluminum into deposits on film. This allows the material to be up to 100x thinner than aluminum foil, as well as flexible and weightless as paper. Metallized films make excellent vapor/heat barriers and insulators, making them ideal for a wide variety of applications.

    Metallized films are available in a wide variety of formats, sizes and thicknesses. We do custom orders as well.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a Metallized Film product to suit your particular need. Perhaps a Metallized Paper would be better for your needs?

  • Non-Woven Film

    Our non-woven film comes in a wide range of weights and colors. This film is spun-bonded and produced by technology based on multibeam extrusions. The polymer is spun in continuous filaments and randomly deposited on a conveyor belt to form a web. Air is used to draw and depose down the multi-filaments and then the finished fabric is wound into rolls.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a non-woven film product to suit your particular need.

  • Oriented Polypropylene (OPP) Film

    OPP, Polypropylene, films are a material with unique strength, thinness, density confirmation transparency, and gloss. It also has excellent moisture proof properties which allows for clear printing using normal inks. This can be used in packaging food, textile products, pharmaceuticals, and miscellaneous goods. Our films include many types of coatings, such as silicone, adhesive, pre-mask, corona, print treatments etc. for labels, printing, and flexible packaging purposes.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a OPP film product to suit your particular need. Or find out more about Polypropylene Film - PP Films or BOPP Film.

  • Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Film

    Our PET (polyester) film has high temperature and excellent barrier properties. It is used as a substrate for laminating and extrusion coating. PET film is used in flexible packaging of products. PET exhibits outstanding dimensional and thermal stability and excellent tensile strength. However, these same properties also contribute to poor stress-flex resistance and the potential to pinhole.

    Polyethylene terephthalate, PET, is rarely used unsupported in the paper and film industry and is normally laminated to a polyolefin sealant web for heat sealability and improved stress-flex, pinhole, and dart-tear resistance. Our films include many types of coatings, such as silicone, adhesive, premask, corona, print treatments, etc. for labels, printing, and protective purposes. Of course we also offer untreated super clear polyesterfilm.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a PET film product to suit your particular need.

  • Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA) Film

    PMMA (polymethyl-methacrylate) or poly(methyl 2-methylpropenoate) is commonly called acrylic glass or just acrylic, is a hard, stiff material with excellent UV stability, low water absorption and high abrasion resistance. PMMA has outstanding outdoor weathering properties and can even be polished to restore transparency. PMMA transmits more light than glass. PMMA is suited for temperatures up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit, Polypropylene Film, PP Film can withstand up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit.

    The most advanced design applications of curved and coated glass, samples of hybrid glass-ceramics and synthetic crystals, sandwich panels in which sheets of glass are coupled with other materials. New uses of traditional techniques such as blown glass and mobile phone applications. High transparency makes this material an excellent choice for contact lenses. Our films include many types of coatings, such as silicone, adhesive, pre-mask, corona, print treatments, etc. for labels, printing, and protective purposes. Current research on PMMA Films for re-writable holographic optical storage and as a replacement for printing heads. This new storage medium for electronic devices could yet again change the way the world stores information.

    We offer many types of packaging and industrial film solutions.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a PMMA film, Polymethylmethacrylate Film product to suit your particular need.

  • Polyester Film

    Our polyester film contains properties such as high strength, easy machine-ability, dimensional stability, surface treat-ability, clarity, tear resistance, moisture resistance, etc. Polyester film is used in many types of packaging applications ranging from food and drugs to industrial and consumer goods. Vinyl coated polyester and other coatings make PET film a versatile product. Many refer to this material as Mylar. Mylar is the DuPont trademark for polyethylene terephtalate (polyester) film. Which is also referred to as PET film.

    As a plain, metallized polyester, or colored our nylon polyester film is formable, heat-shrinkable and/or coated for barrier, metal adhesion, laminating adhesion, extrusion coating adhesion, printing, or sealing. Polyester Urethane Laminate, PUL, offers greater toughness and is biodegradable by exposing to conditions of high humidity.

    The combination of physical, thermal and optical properties of Polyester Film and Plastic Sheet allow this film to be used in a variety of applications, in a wide range of industries. We can also produce Biaxially-oriented polyethylene terephthalate, BOPET. BOPET is suited more towards high demand applications, such as solar panel arrays, medical, and food packaging.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a polyester film product to suit your particular need.

  • Polyethylene Film

    Polyethylene film, PE Film, is typically sold in rolls of various sizes and thickness. This highly conformable product bonds well to most surfaces over a wide range of temperatures. Polyethylene is the thermoplastic commodity most heavily used in consumer products worldwide. This product also comes in various density confirmations. Our films include many types of coatings, such as silicone, adhesive, pre-mask, corona, print treatments, etc. for labels, printing, and protective purposes. HDPE Film, MDPE Film, and LDPE Film are variants each with their own distinctive properties.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a Polyethylene film product to suit your particular need.

  • Polypropylene Shrink Film

    Our shrink film is printable with very high clarity and gloss. This material has extremely high shrink properties. It has an added advantage of having little seal puckering upon sealing which makes it an excellent choice for flow-wrapping.

  • Polystyrene Film

    Our Polystyrene film, PS film comes in many shapes and forms and can be found just about anywhere. This film is strong, light, and durable. General-purpose polystyrene is a hard, rigid, clear material. Applications include, shower cubicle doors, panels and DIY. High impact polystyrene has higher impact strength than general-purpose polystyrene due to the addition of a rubber compound at the polymerization stage. Also available is Oriented Polystyrene OPS Film and Biaxially Oriented Polystyrene, BOPS film cut to sheets or provided on rolls.

    Most applications include bath panels, splash backs, caravan interior trim, refrigeration liners, point of sale display units, and packaging. Our films include many types of coatings, such as silicone, adhesive, pre-mask, corona, print treatments, etc. for labels, printing, and protective purposes.

    Find more information about Polystyrene Film on our PMMA Film page.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a polystyrene film product to suit your particular need.

  • Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Film

    Our PVC Film or polyvinyl chloride film is a common type of shrink film although it has been in use in various industries for many years. Its characteristics can range from highly transparent to a matte finish. PVC is a polymer of vinyl chloride.

    Resins of polyvinyl chloride are hard, but with the addition of plasticizers a flexible, elastic plastic can be made. This plastic has found extensive use as an electrical insulator for wires and cables. Cloth and paper can be coated with the PVC to produce fabrics that may be used for upholstery materials and raincoats. The PVC can also be coated with materials such as nylon, the combinations of possible coating applications are endless. Its great for durability in outdoor signage. PVC has been redesigning production processes since its introduction.

    Our films include many types of coatings, such as silicone, adhesive, pre-mask, corona, print treatments, etc. for labels, printing, and protective purposes.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a PVC film product to suit your particular need.

  • Silicone Polyester Film

    Griffslik Polyester-based release liners are ideal for applications where a dimensionally stable, flexible and heat-resistant liner is needed. We combine the durable, lay-flat components of polyester with the smooth characteristics of silicone to make a material that has high flexibility, transparency, endurance and can suit your desired surface tension levels.

    Smooth and Durable
    Lays Flat
    Heat-resistant

    We coat polyester at varying degrees of thickness with layers of silicone, to your preferred level of release. This material makes a slick tear-away for adhesives, labels and die cuts. It can prevent sticking for even the most viscous materials, such as ceramic slurries, and makes ideal dust-free material for medical patches.

    Our silicone polyester is available in sheets or rolls and we customize each order to suit your preferred size, thickness, and release characteristics. This material can be manufactured with one or two sides coated with a solvent-less polymer.

  • Silicone Release Film

    Our silicone release Film can be manufactured with one or two sides coated with a solvent-less silicone polymer.

    Silicone Release Film is a more of a general term that can be used to identify hundreds of different types of silicone coated materials. BOPP Film & OPP Film, PP Film, HDPE Film, MDPE, & LDPE Film, PE Film, PET Film, PMMA Film, just to name a few. Our Silicone Release Film can be used in a great number of applications.

    Uses vary from self-adhesive labels to construction products, even protecting fine works of art. Silicone Coated Film can withstand heat applications without damaging or sticking to other materials. Depending on your application you could get multiple uses out of the same separator sheet. Our silicone release Film can be cut into rolls, sheets, circles, or die-cut shapes.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a Silicone Release Film product to suit your particular need.

    Perhaps you could use a Silicone Release Paper instead?

    Check out our complete line of Release Separators.

  • Thermal Laminating Film

    Our thermal laminating film consists of over laminate film and adhesive, which is dry to the touch. The over laminate layer of film is particularly suited to any end application which requires good contact, clarity, and durability. General characteristics are excellent clarity, outstanding toughness, exceptional strength, stress/crack resistance, good flexibility, and chemical resistance.

    The adhesive layer relies on heat activation during the lamination process. When heated, the adhesive melts to a “tacky” condition, where it is married to the printed sheet under extreme pressure. When cooled to a solid again, the adhesive provides a high strength chemical bond. Our adhesives give superior bond strengths on a wide variety of substrates like paper, board, vinyl, styrene, synthetic stocks, metal, and plastics.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a thermal laminating film product to suit your particular need.

  • Tyvek

    Tyvek is an opaque, white, spun-bonded olefin flash spun from high-density polyethylene. Heat and pressure thermally bond small diameter fibrils created in the flash spinning process. This is a very tough, durable material that is good for rugged conditions including water, chemicals, and weather environments where good tensile and tear strength is required. Made from very fine, high-density polyethylene fibers, Tyvek brand protective material offers all the best characteristics of paper, film and fabric in one material. This unique balance of properties, which cannot be found in any other material, makes Tyvek lightweight yet strong, vapor-permeable, yet water, chemical, puncture, tear and abrasion-resistant. Tyvek is also low-linting and smooth.

    Please contact a representative today so they can tailor a Tyvek product to suit your particular need.

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