Fox River Associates Siliconized Film Release Liner | Market Applications

Market Applications for Siliconized Film Release Liner

Fox River Associates is a specialty supplier of siliconized film release liners. These products are found in everyday uses like labels, packaging, and bandages, and in highly specialized industrial applications like specialty tapes, building and construction materials, and automotive/appliance bonding applications.

Learn more about Fox River Associates siliconized film release liner offering today.

Silicone as a Release Agent

Silicone release coatings are applied at low coatweights onto many substrates, including films like Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE), High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), Polypropylene (PP) and Polyester (PET). The silicone release coatings form a non-stick surface useful in protecting pressure-sensitive adhesives and chemical compounds until they are ready to be used. Siliconized Film Release Liners are commonly used in medical and tape applications where pressure-sensitive adhesives are commonplace. These siliconized film release liners also enable delivery of other sticky materials and chemical compounds for specialty industrial building & construction applications, industrial tapes, and composite pre-preg products.

Fox River Associates offers a full range of siliconized film release liners. Contact us today at 1-800-647-6579 or Our experienced team is ready to work with you.


Market Applications for Siliconized Film Release Liners

Siliconized Film Release liners are used in a wide variety of market applications. Fox River Associates’ product offering includes siliconized film release liners for all market applications, including these examples:

  • Industrial Applications utilize siliconized film release liners because they are engineered to withstand extreme hot and cold temperatures and deliver high tensile strength, transparency, reflective, gas barriers electrical insulation and flexibility.
  • Building & Construction applications for siliconized film release liners include Sub-Roofing, Waterproofing, Weather Barriers, Sounds Insulation, Climate Insulation, and all types of Seam Tapes.
  • Specialty Composite Applications utilize siliconized film release liners for Composite Panels, and Resin Film Manufacture, in demanding applications in aerospace, industrial and recreational products..
  • Medical Applications include Electrodes, Transdermal patches, Wearable and BioMedical devices, and Wound Care applications. Siliconized film release liners can are compatible with acrylic, hot melt, hydrogel, hydrocolloid, removable, rubber and silicone adhesives.

Learn more about the wide variety of siliconized film release liners for these and many additional  applications – contact Fox River Associates today.  Email us today at Our experienced team is ready to collaborate with you.

Deep Understanding to Meet Your Needs

Fox River Associates is not your typical release liner supplier. The true advantage of partnering with Fox River Associates is our deep understanding of processing and end application requirements in the markets we serve, matched with the highest quality release liner products, delivered with unparalleled service.

We work in partnership with our customers to recommend the best performing release liner for the required application and conditions. Our experienced team takes the time to learn about our customers’ specifications, processing conditions and end-use applications.

We are highly qualified to discuss coating and manufacturing environments, adhesives and coatings, release parameters and end-use application conditions. It is our role to understand the demanding requirements for release liners and recommend the right product for each customer’s specific needs.

For more information about Fox River Associates and how we can help you grow your business, use the form on this page and our experienced team will contact you. Call us at 1-800-647-6579. We’re ready to work with you.

Siliconized Film Release Liners

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