The latest innovation from Technicote—G-Force 1.7 mil glassine release liner products—provides numerous benefits over traditional release liners. This paper-based technology creates a dense, smooth release liner with exceptional hardness. These qualities result in high-value and high-performance while also making a positive environmental impact.
Our G-Force Release products are harder than typical SCK products which allows for more consistent die-cutting and high speed auto-dispensing.
The exceptional finish of glassine products provides better adhesive formation and a better wet-out when adhesive coating.
The density of G-Force products produces a lower weight and thickness allowing for longer rolls with more labels on each roll.
Due to longer rolls and a lighter weight, G-Force Release Liners lower your carbon footprint due to decreased transportation emissions and less waste during changeover.
G-Force Glassine Release Liner Product Brochure
For more information and technical specifications, download our Glassine Release Product brochure.
Partial Glassine Release Liner Product List
See a partial list of available items below. We can create custom combinations at your request.
|972118||2.3 MIL STORM WHITE BOPP / TS523 / 1.7 MIL GLASSINE||52'||CFO, CCA|
|81062||2.0 MIL STORM CLEAR BOPP / TS523 / 1.7 MIL GLASSINE||52'||CFO, CCA|
|95284||2.3 MIL PEARL WHITE BOPP / TS523 / 1.7 MIL GLASSINE||52'||THI, CCA|
|81273||TECHNI-THERM III / TP160 / 1.7 MIL GLASSINE||52'||THI, CCA|
|991835||TECHNI-THERM DIRECT WS II / SUB ZERO / 1.7 MIL GLASSINE||52'||MBO|
|991834||TECHNI-THERM DIRECT WS II / TP750 / 1.7 MIL GLASSINE||52'||MBO|
|991833||TECHNI-THERM DIRECT WS II / TP160 / 1.7 MIL GLASSINE||52'||THI|
|881943||TECHNI-THERM DIRECT NTC / SUB ZERO / 1.7 MIL GLASSINE||52'||MBO|
|78735||TECHNI-THERM DIRECT NTC / TP160 / 1.7 MIL GLASSINE||52'||THI, CCA|
In Europe, Asia and Australia, label converters traditionally use glassine liners. Then why is the most common release liner in North America made of super calendered kraft? The reason is simple: glassine was started by European mills to improve efficiency and effectiveness but American mills did not have the capability to run glassine. SCK was readily available in the U.S and more economical than importing a glassine which resulted in SCK becoming the standard in the U.S. labeling market. Today, glassine is available throughout the U.S. and provides many benefits when compared to traditional SCK.