Archival Methods 11 x 14" Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets)

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Archival Methods 11 x 14" Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets)

B&H # ARAT1114 Mfr # 45-003
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Product Highlights
  • Acid & Lignin Free
  • Prevents Pages from Rubbing Together
  • High Quality / Buffered
  • Cost-Efficient Image Protection
  • Can Also Be Used to Store Fabrics
  • No Hard Edges When Crumpled
  • Easy Folding
  • Made in USA

The Buffered Archival Tissues from Archival Methods come as a pack of 480 sheets, and are suitable for interleaving prints and drawings and for protecting artifacts. Now that you have that great portfolio assembled, why not add these tissues to prevent the pages from rubbing against each other? They not only add another layer of protection between images but also a touch of professionalism to an already fabulous portfolio. These tissues can also be used in the preservation of gowns, historic uniforms, and textile items. They are of archival grade (acid and lignin free). These thin sheets are easy to fold and pad, and crumple without hard edges.

Widely used to wrap gowns, historic uniforms, and textile items
Buffered with calcium carbonate 2 to 3% alkaline reserve, pH 9 +/-0.5
Lightweight (20 to 34 g/sq. m, 1.5 mil)
Passes the PAT (Photographic Activity Test), ISO 14523 (formerly ANSI IT9.16), and TAPPI T444 silver tarnish test
High-quality, buffered, archival tissue papers for interleaving and wrapping
Tissues are buffered for added protection
Acid and lignin free
Easy to fold and pad, and crumple without hard edges
Sulfur Content: Maximum 0.0004
Thickness 1.5 mil
Dimensions 11.0 x 14.0" (279.4 x 355.6 mm)
Archival Methods 11 x 14" Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets)
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    Archival Methods11 x 14" Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets)
     
    4.5

    (based on 4 reviews)

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          5.0

          Just perfect!

          By Food Photographer Wannabe

          from Gardiner NY

          About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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              • Photography

              Comments about Archival Methods 11 x 14" Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets):

              Safely transporting my 10x14 enlargements to customers had been problematic. They are mounted on foam core board with eyelet hangers on the back so the photos had to be carried face to face....enter the archival tissue! It is just thick enough to cushion between the prints without adding lots of bulk. So far so good...all prints have reached their destination in perfect condition.

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              5.0

              Great for archiving and protection

              By Gabby

              from Las Vegas, NV

              About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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              Pros

              • Durable
              • Lightweight

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                  Comments about Archival Methods 11 x 14" Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets):

                  I use these tissues all the time to protect my prints and to archive. They are good quality, inexpensive and work great.

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                  3.0

                  Decent tissue

                  By Varjohaltia

                  from Tampa, FL

                  About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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                  Pros

                  • Durable
                  • Easy to Use
                  • Lightweight

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                      Comments about Archival Methods 11 x 14" Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets):

                      The tissue came in a flat pack, rolled up to fit into the box. It had some creases, apparently from the factory, which detracted a bit from the intended use for it as interleaving pages in an album. Otherwise, the quality is good, and the paper is thin, translucent, yet remarkably resistant to tearing.

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                      5.0

                      Great product

                      By rictorres[@]

                      from Media, PA

                      About Me Quality Oriented

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                          • Staying Organized

                          Comments about Archival Methods 11 x 14" Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets):

                          I would recommend this product to anyone. Helps keep your work separated.

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                          • Business

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