The self-adhesive labeling industry is constantly searching for innovative solutions that support the efficacy of the final product while contributing to the overall sustainability of the industry. Our newest solution tersil® ultralite base leaves an extra impression thanks to its lightweight 35 gsm. This release base paper is therefore 40% lighter than current alternatives on the market.
Our full line of release base paper boasts superior quality in strength, transparency, silicone holdout, runnability, cost effectiveness, and functional properties for silicone coating, lamination and die-cutting. Now, tersil® ultralite base 35 gsm is going to set a new benchmark in the industry, as it creates a new industry standard for thinness, weight and price – our release base paper is high in quality yet more economical than most substitutes found on the market.
Due to its thin design, our ultra-light release base paper offers customers the ability to get more labels out of each ton. A ton of our 35 gsm release base paper makes up around 28,500 m² of labeling surface area. That’s an astounding increase of yield by 40% when compared to standard release base paper options.
Production processes are made increasingly efficient, as the innovation of a thinner paper requires less reel changes because more paper can be wound on a reel. This decreases downtimes and causes less overall waste due to changeovers.
tersil® ultralite base 35 gsm is perfected for variable information printing (VIP) labels for logistics and retail
sustainable from start to finish
Like all our release base papers, our 35 gsm range has been fashioned out of renewable and recyclable raw materials. Moreover, a lighter paper further aids in the reduction of waste, as less paper is used to deliver the same amount of labels as before.
We don’t stop there: due to a lighter paper and a market-leading thinness, less resources are wasted in transport. This reduces the amount of greenhouse gas emissions and allows for a more efficient use of release base paper – whether directly or implicitly.