Release PET Film

The release film refers to the film that can be distinguished on the surface of the film. The release film does not have viscosity or slight viscosity after contacting with specific materials under limited conditions. Release film is a material commonly used in heat transfer printing. The base material PET is coated with silicone oil, so it is also called silicone oil film. The conventional thickness ranges from 25um to 150um. It can be divided into cold and hot tearing and smooth and matte surface. After anti-static and anti-scratch treatment, the product has good adsorption and adhesion.

Advantages of Release Film

Polyester release film has many advantages. It is strong, durable and tear-resistant, making it ideal for many applications. It is also resistant to moisture, chemicals, oils, and solvents, giving it a wide range of uses. It is also lightweight, flexible, and easy to install. Additionally, it has excellent optical clarity, making it perfect for applications that require a high level of detail. It can also be heat sealed, making it ideal for product packaging and labeling. Finally, polyester release film is recyclable, making it an environmentally friendly choice.

Features of Release Films

Non-stick Surface
pet release film
Non-stick surface: The main characteristic of a release film is its non-stick surface. This allows it to release from the adhesive or product without leaving any residue or damage.
Heat Resistance
polyester release film
Heat resistance: Release films are designed to withstand high temperatures without melting, tearing, or degrading. This makes them ideal for use in manufacturing processes where heat is involved.
Chemical Resistance
plastic release film
Chemical resistance: Release films are resistant to many chemicals, including solvents, acids, and bases. This prevents them from getting damaged or weakened when exposed to these substances.
Tips on How to Choose between Peel-Plies and Release Films

Tips on How to Choose between Peel-Plies and Release Films


Peel plies are typically used when a textured surface is desired, while release films are used when a smooth surface is preferred.


Peel plies can be difficult to remove completely, while release films can be easily peeled away without leaving any residue.


Peel plies are typically used in vacuum bagging applications, while release films are used in a variety of different applications, including laminating and composite manufacturing.


Peel plies are best suited for applications where a bondable surface is desired, while release films are best suited for applications where a non-stick surface is required.


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