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Siliconized Release Liners

Fox River Associates has over 30 years of experience delivering high quality technical release liners for many applications and markets utilizing these technical products.  Each siliconized release liner is engineered to meet the performance requirements.

Siliconized release liners from Fox River Associates are available with film and paper base substrates, a variety of silicone coatings to deliver on your release characteristic requirements and are backed by our unmatched service program.

For more information about release liners, and the Fox River Associates product offering that can help serve your needs, contact us at 1-800-647-6579.

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.

Release liners from Fox River Associates can be silicone coated one-side or coated on two-sides with the same or differential 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 fluoro based release coatings.

The Fox River Associates Advantage: Partnering for Your Success

At Fox River Associates, the real advantage of working with us is our deep understanding of your processing and end application requirements, matched with the highest quality release liner substrates and release coatings, delivered with unparalleled service.   We take the time to learn about your exacting specifications, processing conditions and end-use application.  Our expertise spans many market specialties, including:

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

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