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One Sided Release Liners

Single Sided (S1S) Release Liners

Release liners are constructed of paper or film substrates with silicone coating on one or two sides.  Single Sided (S1S) release liners are common in many applications from adhesive tapes to medical devices to graphic / label applications.

The first step in identifying the appropriate release liner for your application is for Fox River Associates to learn about the specific performance requirements and processing conditions the liner will be subject to.  Then, Fox River Associates will recommend the release liner, including the appropriate release coating and substrate that will help you deliver the best product for your customers.

Call Fox River Associates today at 1-800-647-6579 to learn more about our full product offering of single sided release liners.

Full Line of Release Coatings

We offer a full line of release coatings for our filmic release liners and paper release liners.  Our offering includes silicone and non-silicone release coatings, as well as specialty release coatings.

Our large inventory of release liner substrates is available with specialty release coatings or no coatings at all.  We offer solvent and solventless silicone coatings as well as different fluoro based release coatings.

Serving Many Markets – Understanding Unique Needs

At Fox River Associates, we have a strong understanding of the many markets we serve and the individualized requirements of each. Our experienced team can quickly identify a release substrate, coating and liner construction to meet your unique needs.  Our team is ready to assist you on opportunities in all our key focus areas:

  • Medical
  • Composite
  • Tape
  • Building and Construction
  • Industrial
  • Specialty Converting

For more information about Fox River Associates' full line of release liner products, use the form on this page and our experienced team will contact you.

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