Double-Sided Clear Silicone Release Film
|Double-Sided Clear Silicone Release Film - 41" x 82'||Item Number : CRP41082||Price : |
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This Double-Sided Clear Silicone Release Film is a transparent film coated on both sides with a superior quality silicone release agent. This film is used to cover exposed adhesives during processing. Though primarily designed for use with glass-topped presses, this Silicone Release Film can be used in any heated press. The life expectancy of Silicone Release Film is over ten times that of silicone release paper.
- Product Type: Silicone Release Paper (Double-Sided)
- Life Expectancy: Over ten times that of silicone release paper.
- Application: Picture Framing/Photography
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Questions & Answers
Can I use this to mount a drawing to a backing? Can I use it without a press? Can I use it with an iron? Or can you just press it with your hands or a squeegee to adhere it to both the drawing and backing?
Asked by Sarah A Riley 3 days ago
Thank you for your question. The Double-Sided Clear Silicone Release Film is not a mounting adhesive it is just the release film you would apply to a surface that has a adhesive already applied to it. You would want to use something along the lines of their MediaTac Pressure Sensitive Aqueous Adhesive ( found here ) . It is pressure sensitive so it does not require thermal activation to be applied. While it does not require additional tools or machines to be applied, they do help. Either a cold laminator or a smoothing tool can help apply adhesive smooth and even.
Answered by MyBinding 3 days ago
what temperatures is this release paper able to see? we are running up to ~150C
Asked by travis rawson 12 days ago
Thank you for your question. As the Double-Sided Clear Silicone Release Film is just a release film it does not have a activation temperature. Dry-Tac advised that it is primarily designed for cold applications but can work with thermal adhesives with activation temps up to the 185 F ( 85C) degree range.
Answered by MyBinding 10 days ago