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Griff Network Upgrades Toll Coating and Private Label Division

To add capacity, enhance quality standards and shorten lead times.




The Griff Network (Fallsington, PA) announced upgrades to its adhesive toll coating division to add capacity, enhance quality standards and shorten lead times, according to a press release.

This is part of the company’s advancements to its three Fallsington, PA facilities. The upgrades will enable more precise, defect-free coating operations, and improve coater flexibility and capacity.

The company also upgraded its printing abilities by adding a four-color printer with a 120-in. width capacity. This advance will enable customers to design custom-branded, coated materials.

Facility upgrades include the following:

  • Multiple, versatile technologies to adhesive coat in a wide range of tolerances and thicknesses
  • Adhesives: UV hot melt acrylics, butyl, rubber, SBS, PIB formulations
  • Upgraded solid, swirl, and pattern coating capabilities
  • Additional printing capabilities with thermoset-cured, water-based ink
  • Defect and thickness inspection units on the production and pilot coaters
  • New pilot coating equipment to accelerate scale-up to full production cycle time
  • Investments of more than $2.5 million in facility operations

“Griff is committed to continuous investment to keep our customers on the cutting edge of technology and product performance,” Michael Trapp, COO of The Griff Network, is quoted in the press release.

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