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Release Liners for the Graphic Arts Market

The marketing aspect of the graphic arts release liners are the deliverable products and application. Graphic design depends heavily with their marketing materials to be applicable to a range of surfaces and in varying sizes. One graphic arts release liner configuration is the clay coated, one sided release liners. The clay coated graphic arts release liners are made up very similar to the poly coated but the polyethylene is substituted for a clay base for the benefit of the graphic arts release liners.

Another graphic arts release liners is the poly coated, one sided release liner. A poly coated graphic arts release liner is resistant to high temperatures and an extremely tough release liner.

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The poly coated graphic arts release liners are available in varying caliper thicknesses. Since the graphic arts release liner 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.

Also poly coated graphic arts release liners are resistant to high temperatures and are an extremely tough graphic arts release liner. A biaxially oriented polyethylene terephthalate or “PET” is generally applied for high tensile strength, transparency, reflectivity, gas barriers, and electrical insulation.

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