DP-1001 Silicone Adhesive with Easy to Remove Release Liner
Stockwell Elastomerics offers the Stockwell DP-1001 polyimide film supported silicone pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) with an easy to remove release liner. DP-1001 offers optimum high temperature performance as a pressure sensitive adhesive on silicone rubber gasketsand cushioning pads. Stockwell DP-1001 has a 91# poly-coated opaque white release liner that easily separates from the silicone adhesive. The DP-1001 product performs very well in both high temperature and low temperature applications.
Benefits of Stockwell DP-1001
There are two key benefits to using the DP-1001 PSA:
- Easy to Remove Release Liner – compared to typical thin, clear PET film release liners, Stockwell DP-1001 has a 91# poly-coated opaque white release liner that separates from the silicone adhesive three times faster.
- Wide Temperature Range – the Stockwell DP-1001 is great for both high temperature and low temperature applications, with continuous service from -100°F to 500°F (-73°C to 260°C) with short term, intermittent service to 600°F (315°C)
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DP-1001 Easy to Remove Liner Description
The 91# white poly-coated release liner it is heavier than most release liners and more visible than clear PET release liners. Assembly personnel and users will find the coated white liner easy to remove from die cut gaskets and cushioning pads to expose the adhesive backing. Most silicone pressure sensitive adhesives have a very thin PET film release liner that can be difficult to separate from cut gaskets and pads. The coated white release liner separates from the silicone adhesive three times faster, improving productivity and reducing scrap due to gaskets damaged during liner removal. The easy to remove release liner also supports production of high volumes of small cushioning pads where time required to remove typical clear PET release liners was previously prohibitive.
Silicone polymer adhesives are often provided with a thin, clear PET film release liner, which is difficult for assemblers to separate and remove from the adhesive backing on die cut silicone gaskets and cushioning pads. The difficulty in separating clear PET film release liners from the adhesive backing can contribute to damaged gaskets due to incorrect liner removal. This results in production delays and higher manufacturing costs. Some designers and users have been reluctant to specify silicone pressure sensitive adhesives due to experiences with release liner problems. The DP-1001 solves these problems for many gasket and cushioning pad applications.
Temperature Range Details for Stockwell DP-1001
Stockwell DP-1001 offers optimum temperature performance as a pressure sensitive adhesive on silicone rubber gaskets, with continuous service from -100°F to 500°F (-73°C to 260°C) with short term, intermittent service to 600°F (315°C). This highly cross-linked silicone adhesive is well anchored to the polyimide film support to eliminate separation. The polyimide film carrier is translucent amber in color.
Applications/Industries for Stockwell DP-1001
Gaskets and cushioning pads utilizing the Stockwell DP-1001 polyimide film supported silicone pressure sensitive adhesive are used in many industries and applications, including technology/equipment OEMs such as portable electronic devices, medical diagnostics equipment, analytical instrumentation, ruggedized portable communications and telecommunications equipment. These industries tend to require gaskets that perform over a very broad temperature range.
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