Appvion Introduces Résiste SR: Pre-Siliconized Direct Thermal Facestock
Appvion announces the launch of its latest innovation, Résiste SR, a pre-siliconized direct thermal facestock that sets new standards for performance and reliability in the label industry. Eliminating the paper liner simplifies the labeling process, making Résiste SR efficient and cost-effective for businesses of all sizes. It is produced with a solvent-free, emulsion-based thermal cure silicone release. Résiste SR is compatible with all pressure-sensitive label adhesives for linerless applications in food service, mobile printing, logistics, healthcare, and manufacturing.
“We are thrilled to introduce Résiste SR to the market,” says Katie Sell, Product Manager at Appvion. “Our team’s dedication to research and development has resulted in a patented solution that not only improves production efficiency but also promotes sustainability, catering to the evolving needs of modern manufacturing.”
Appvion’s Résiste SR is a sustainable label solution that eliminates the need for liner materials, reducing waste and minimizing environmental impact. Résiste SR is designed with Appvion’s Next Generation direct thermal chemistry, free of phenolic developers, including BPA, BPS, and other phenols.
Appvion formulated Résiste SR to deliver exceptional print performance and dependable barcode scanning, all while minimizing the number one issue related to linerless printing – excessive printhead contamination. With Appvion’s new product, labels run cleanly through the printer, and images remain dark, crisp, and legible with each print.
“Our silicone release remains consistent and uniform over time, even in hot and humid conditions, providing confidence in finished product performance,” added Katie Sell, Appvion’s Product Manager.
Appvion’s direct thermal papers and films are used worldwide in pressure-sensitive labels, linerless labels, tickets, and tags within retail, grocery, warehousing, e-commerce, and gaming applications.
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