Utilizing the natural properties of silicone, this release paper sticks to the adhesives without fusing. A small amount of pressure is enough to pull the coated paper away 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-cuts, we can do that in our facilities.
After 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. Our liners are manufactured in a climate-controlled facility that is ISO 9001:2015 certified to maintain the highest level of quality.
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.
Griff’s 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.
BOPP Film is a bi-axially oriented polypropylene (BOPP). 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
MDPE is defined by a density range of 0.926 – 0.940 g/cc. (Grams per Cubic Centimeter).
When low density polyethylene 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.
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.
OPP, 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 miscellaneous goods.
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.
Additionally, we offer untreated super clear 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 terephthalate (polyester) film. Which is also referred to as PET film.
Polyester Urethane Laminate, PUL, offers greater toughness and is biodegradable by exposure 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.
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.
HDPE Film, MDPE Film, and LDPE Film are variants each with their own distinctive properties.
Our polypropylene film material is most often a clear or matte bi-axially oriented polypropylene or mono-axially oriented polypropylene. Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer from the monomer propylene, which 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.
Our polypropylene films are softer and more flexible than polyester. Our films include many types of coatings, such as silicone, adhesive, premask, corona, print treatments, etc. for labels, printing, and protective purposes. As with most of our materials we can also produce polypropylene to your specifications. Most polypropylene has a melting point of 320 degrees Fahrenheit. For more specific variants we also produce BOPP Film and OPP Film.