release paper

release paper

A protective sheet having an adhesive film on one side; may be easily removed from the surface to which it is applied.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Poe, get the release papers, if you please"; and then he fell to writing again.
Compressing the glue between the release paper and the bottom film with a compressing roller which is preloaded by a spring; wherein the absorbent pad passes through a gap between the compressing roller and the knife chisel; thereby firmly adhering the glue to the bottom film of the absorbent pad and completing the adhesion of the glued release paper and the bottom film of the absorbent pad; wherein the compressing roller is a silicone roller.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-10 March 2009-Finnish packaging firm Huhtamaki sells release paper unit to B.Laufenberg(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
A formulation with a fluorescent tracer has USP Class VI approval, and adhesive surfaces are typically protected with release paper.
Its special release paper is easy to remove, saving time and hassles on the job.
Unlike competing products, SGTF low-tack adhesive fabrics require no release paper, eliminating waste.
The silicon release paper is then stripped off for re-use and the wallcovering passes to an embossing or printing station.
However, instead of bobbin and needle, the machine uses an ultrasonic horn and rotating pattern wheel to cut synthetic filter media as it leaves the backing release paper whole.
This dressing replaces gauze and tape; its release paper allows for easy application.
Recently, inclined mill designs have been used in medical applications where wide and very thin medical adhesive compounds were initially processed on an extruder and fed directly to an inclined mill to laminate the compound between backing material and release paper. The system incorporates a tension and web guiding system, all of which is controlled by a program via a color touch screen PLC access unit.