Fox River Associates offers release liners for the roofing market for multiple applications with the quality, reliability, and long shelf life that all of our release liners possess. We work with the roofing product manufacturer to product the most effective release liners possible for their needs.
The difference between a release liner for the roofing market configuration and a release liner for the industrial market is mostly the means of packaging and transporting the liners once they are done. The roofing release liners are the same strength and have the same durability as an industrial liner making them the best choice for roofing in extreme weather condition environments. The dependability of a release liner for the roofing market is important for the safety and dependability of the product used by construction workers or homeowners.
Release liners for the roofing market are offered in several configurations, one being either the poly coated 1 or 2 sided release liners. If the release liner for the roofing market calls for a single sided release liner, there is a single layer of silicone, then a poly layer, either a paper or film layer, and another poly layer.
For the two sided poly coated roofing release liner applications there is a second layer of silicone on the bottom side as well as the top. So the two sided poly coated roofing release liner configuration is made up of a layer of silicone, then a poly layer, either a paper or film layer, another poly layer, and then a second layer of silicone.
Release liners for the roofing market are available in:
Release liners for the roofing market utilize both low density polyethylene release liners or LDPE and high density polyethylene. LDPE is a thermoplastic that is made from monomer ethylene. LDPE is the most widely used plastic especially in containers and liquid holding canisters. The HD or HDPE release liners are high density polyethylene release liners which have a very large strength to density ratio meaning the liners are stronger and more durable than a normal release liner. This is especially important with release liners for the roofing market since they may be exposed to harsh elements everyday.
For more information about release liners for the roofing market, contact Fox River Associates today!