Silicone Release Liners

The latest technology in coating and converting to meet your demand

Customized Release Liners For Your Products...

Silicone release liners make a big impact in a lot of little ways throughout our daily lives. From the bandage paper we peel away after a nasty paper cut to the backing of every postage stamp we place, silicone release paper keeps a wide variety of adhesives fresh and tacky. While normal paper bonds to adhesives, release paper is designed specifically to be easy to pull away, without the risk of it falling off.

Utilizing the natural properties of silicone, this release paper sticks to the adhesives without fusing. Just a little pressure is enough to pull away the coated paper from its adhesive, and the adhesive remains tacky and fresh for its intended application. Silicone release paper is also naturally water-resistant and anti-microbial.

As a global supplier of release liners for all adhesive, rubber, electronic, circuit, and sealant-related products, we utilize the latest technology in coating and converting to meet your demand. At Griff, we can customize to your specifications. If you need silicone release liners in rolls, sheets or die-cut, we can do that in our facilities.

Griff’s Release Liners are designed to not only release the stress of adhesive paper or tape but to release our clients’ stress of monitoring quality control. Following hours of research and development along with industry-standard testing, we have reached a result that can be customized for thousands of different applications. All of the release coatings are formulated without solvents and polymerized using Green Technology. These products are manufactured in a climate-controlled facility that is ISO 9001:2015 certified to maintain the highest level of quality.

Standard Release Liners

C  Release Liners

Our C Release Liners are our standard line for most tape,  label, and casting applications. With markets varying greatly, we offer five different standard release levels that cover most applications. In addition, we can formulate narrow range release for specialty applications.


BC Release Liners

Griff specializes in the building and construction release liner industries.
These BC Release Liners come in standard and custom formulations for aggressive butyl and bitumen, asphaltic, mastic, and advanced hybrid adhesives. Our controlled release system can be coated with silicone on one or both sides and can also be tailor-made with a different adhesion tack on both sides.

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C Line Release Range**
C1 1-8
C2 9-18
C3 15-30
C5 35-50
C7 50-65
*Customizable upon request **Release ranges based on in- house testing
BC Line Release Range**
BC-10 5-15
BC-11 5-15
BC-12 18-30
*Customizable upon request
**Release ranges based on in- house testing

Our Capabilities:

  •  One or Two-sided custom coated papers and films
  • Custom Release Levels
  • Roll widths from 1/2″ – 80″
  • Sheeting & Die-Cutting 
  • Warehousing & Logistics 
  • Multi-Color Printing

Industries We Serve:

  • Adhesive & Sealant
  • Automotive
  • Building & Construction
  • Envelope
  • Foam Fabrication
  •  Graphic 
  •  Tape & Label
  • Rubber & Casting
  • Manufacturing
  • Packaging
  •  And More!

Medical and hygiene markets also utilize release liners for applications including electrodes, wound dressings, transdermal patches, diapers and feminine care products.


Medical applications can require higher levels of cleanliness in the manufacturing process, and the products must often meet special regulatory requirements.


The removal of the release liner for these products is usually done by hand, often by the consumer, so consistency of release is imperative.

Hygiene Applications:
    • Sanitary napkins
    • Adult incontinence products
    • Bed pads
    • Bladder control pads
Medical Applications:
    • Wound care
    • Transdermal patches
    • Bandages
    • Electrodes
    • Colostomy bags

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Envelopes and Mailers

Griff Paper and Film specializes in coating and converting silicone coated paper and film products for the mailer and envelope industry. Our liners are tested and qualified for all types of adhesive formulations.

    • Mailers
    • Envelopes
    • Polymailers
    • Resealable
    • Bubble Mailers
    • Bags
    • Pouches
    • Cushioned Mailers

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Application Tape

Application tape allows a printed or die-cut object to be placed onto another surface without compromising the quality or shape of the object.



    • Simple release
    • Multiple applications
    • Easy die-cutting


A design that is printed onto a colored piece of vinyl by a printer can be transferred onto another surface with pressure or moisture. Items like a die-cut sticker that you see on the back of a car window or on a store front door are an example of this. Application tape is the peel-off release that is applied to the vinyl to be released after being attached to the surface.


Application tape can be applied to countless die-cuts, sizes, and colors. Application tape is easy to erase, greaseless, and leaves behind minimal residue. 


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Casting Liners

Casting Liners are used in many industries that need a reliable working surface to cast their products onto for curing and/or solidification. After the product sets, Griff’s variety of release coatings offer a very reliable release for our clients’ intended application.



    • Lay flat
    • Smooth, consistent release
    • C2S available

Casting Liners are available with both paper and film bases on a variety of different coatings with a low transfer and low extractable release. 


Surface Chemistries Available:

    • Gloss
    • Matte
    • Textures


All of the release coatings are formulated without solvents and polymerized using Green Technology. These products are manufactured in a climate controlled facility that is ISO 9001:2015 certified to maintain the highest level of quality.


Available Base Materials:

    • Polycoated papers
    • Glassine
    • SCK
    • Clay coated
    • PET
    • PP
    • PE


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Coated Paper

Griff’s coated paper is one of our most diverse products that can be applied to a number of different applications and uses. Often used for high quality printing of pictures, labels, and marketing materials, this material has a variety of usages in magazines, newspapers and book covers.


Coated paper is more resistant to dirt, moisture, and wear due to the chemical and mineral substances that are applied. Additionally, the chemical and mineral substance applications help prints achieve a higher opacity. As a result, this allows for a more durable product that can withstand human handling. This added durability makes coated paper perfect packaging for shipping, food, and more.


Available Finishes:

    • Gloss
    • Dull
    • Matte
    • Silk


The functionality and printability of the paper is maintained with all available finishes.


The coatings allow the paper to achieve incredibly sharp, bright images. We have the capabilities of producing either a matte or gloss paper to whichever best suits your needs for the end application.


Griff’s research and development team is here and easily accessible to help you discover the specific grade, mil, and coatings you need for you or your clients’ finished product.


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Non-Silicone Release Papers

Griff’s non-silicone release paper has special solvent-based release coatings that contain no levels of silicone. This coating is an extremely thin, dry layer which adds no haze to the base paper, giving the film a non-gloss, smooth finish.


The non-silicone feature of the paper makes this an ideal product for applications where silicone cannot be tolerated such as electronics or aerospace. This release is also used to support the backing opposite of adhesion to support the unwinding process. This process gives a release without any ghosting.


The product can be used with a variety of adhesives, including:

    • Silicone SBR
    • Natural rubber
    • Acrylic


The product is carefully produced to prevent dust or contamination from affecting its performance.


If you are interested in our non-silicone release papers, click here to contact us!

Release Separators

Griff’s complete line of packaging release separators can be used for a variety of adhesive and packaging needs. These products have a wide range of applications varying from very aggressive tape applications to easy releases for food and medical industries. For each grade, we are able to create a custom solution that is FDA approved and/or meets all medical guidelines required.


Available features:

    • Silicone
    •  Quilon
    • Non-silicone
    • Greaseproof
    • Wax
    • Embossed


We have customization options available and our research and development team would be happy to create a product that solves your material challenges.


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Silicone One-Side (S1S)

Silicone one-sided (S1S) release liners are used to protect the adhesives in tape, label, rubber, sealant products, and more. These materials come in a variety of coatings, release levels, and substrates to help achieve the purpose of the application.


Silicone one-sided release liners are the key component in the production and packaging of products that tend to stick in manufacturing or application. Another use of the one-sided silicone is to identify which side is to be released from the application.


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Silicone Coated Boxes

Griff is a leading supplier of silicone release boxes. These boxes are typically used in a hot pour application where the contents will eventually solidify. This type of box can be used with hot asphalt compounds, hot melt applications, epoxies, liquid wax, and more. We offer boxes in a variety of sizes and dimensions.


Interested in our silicone coated boxes? Click here to contact us!

Silicone Release Stock

This material is a pre-coated base sheet used in the production of silicone release papers. The pre-coating we apply helps hold the silicone to the surface, which allows for better coverage and a lower pick up rate. In addition to the base stock, we also manufacture silicone release paper with one or two sides coated with a solvent-less silicone polymer.


Silicone release paper can be used in a great number of applications. Uses vary from self-adhesive labels to construction products. Our silicone release paper can be cut into rolls, sheets, circles, or die-cut shapes.


If you are interested in our silicone release stock, click here to contact us.


Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene Film (BOPP)

BOPP Film is a biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP). “Biaxially oriented” reveals 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 around the world. 

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 resistance allowing for heat sealable BOPP films. This material is softer and more flexible than polyester.

We have the BOPP film for you, no matter your application. There are over 1,000 variants of BOPP films. 


Available BOPP films:

    • 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
    • Decorative BOPP film


Available Coatings:

    • Silicone
    • Adhesive
    • Pre-mask
    • Corona
    • Print treatments
    • Clear
    • Matte
    • And more!


Product Applications:

    • Metallizing
    • Packaging
    • Stationery
    • Tape
    • Label
    • Decorative
    • And more!


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.


Click here to view our BOPP Conversion Table.



Don’t see what you’re looking for? Custom options are available! Click here to contact us.

Polyethylene Film (PE)

PE, polyethylene, 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. 


Some of our film coatings include:

    • Silicone
    • Adhesive
    • Premask
    • Corona
    • Print treatments
    • And more!


HDPE film, MDPE film, and LDPE film are variants each with their own distinctive properties. This product also comes in a variety of densities. 


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High Density Polyethylene Film (HDPE)

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
    • Moisture resistant
    • Stain resistant
    • Odor resistant
    • Printable


HDPE film does not retain harmful bacteria, is extremely resistant to various cleaning agents and can be sterilized in boiling water. 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.


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Medium Density Polyethylene Film (MDPE)

Our MDPE (Medium Density Polyethylene) is a plastic material with a good shock and drop resistance. This material is less sensitive than HDPE, and its stress cracking resistance is better as well. 


Available Film Coatings:

    • Silicone
    • Adhesive
    • Premask
    • Corona
    • Print treatments
    • And more!


MDPE is defined by a density range of 0.926 – 0.940 g/cc. (Grams per Cubic Centimeter). 


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Low Density Polyethylene Film (LDPE)

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 process-ability
    • 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.


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Oriented Polypropylene Film (OPP)

OPP, oriented polypropylene, films are a material with unique strength, thinness, density confirmation transparency, and gloss. It also has excellent moisture proof properties which allow for clear printing using normal ink. This can be used in packaging food, textile products, pharmaceuticals, and more. 


Some of our film coatings include:

    • Silicone
    • Adhesive
    • Premask
    • Corona
    • Print treatments
    • And more!


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Polyethylene Terephthalate Film (PET)

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 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 seal-ability and improved stress-flex, pinhole, and dart-tear resistance. 


Some of our film coatings include:

    • Silicone
    • Adhesive
    • Premask
    • Corona
    • Print treatments
    • And more!


Additionally, we offer untreated super clear polyester film.


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Polyester Film

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.



    • High strength
    • Easy machine-ability 
    • Dimensional stability
    • Surface treatable
    • Clarity, tear resistance
    • Moisture resistance
    • And more!


Polyester urethane laminate, PUL, offers greater toughness and is biodegradable by exposure to conditions of high humidity.


As a plain, metallized polyester, or colored, our nylon polyester film is:

    • Formable
    • Heat-shrinkable
    • Coated for barrier, metal adhesion, laminating adhesion, extrusion coating adhesion, printing, or sealing.


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 for high demand applications, such as solar panel arrays, medical, and food packaging.


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Polypropylene Film

Polypropylene film is most often a clear or matte biaxially oriented polypropylene or mono-axially oriented polypropylene. Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer made from propylene.



    • Good clarity
    • Resistance to UV light
    • Excellent chemical resistance
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Smooth surface
    • Scuff resistance
    • Acid resistance


Our material is also inert to most mild chemicals and has a fair heat resistance. The Griff Network’s polypropylene films are softer and more flexible than polyester. As with most of our materials we can also produce polypropylene to your specifications.

Most polypropylene variations have a melting point of 320 degrees Fahrenheit. For more specific variants we also produce BOPP Film and OPP Film.


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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
    • 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.


Interested in silicone polyester film? Click here to contact us.

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