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Archival Methods 20 x 24 x 3" Trans-Port Shipping Case (Black)

B&H # ARSC20243 Mfr # 123-2024
In Stock: Shipping Only
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You Pay: $139.25
Product Highlights
  • Fits 20 x 24" Prints or Artwork
  • Impact-Resistant Polyethylene Plastic
  • Lined with 1/4" Polyester Foam
  • Protects Contents from Rough Handling
  • 1.0" Wide Poly Straps
  • Retractable Handle

The black 20 x 24 x 3" Trans-Port Shipping Case from Archival Methods is used to carry and protect 20 x 24 prints or artwork. It is constructed from impact-resistant polyethylene plastic with a rigid texture that resists scuffing and will not tear. The interior is completely lined with 1/4" polyester foam.

The case has steel reinforcement on the corners and on the outer edge of the removable telescoping top. It also has three 1.0" wide poly straps on the long side with a center strap under the handle to prevent bowing and a 1.0" wide poly strap in the center of the short side. There is a handle that retracts against the case when not in use; this feature is important during shipping.

Construction
  • Impact-resistant polyethylene plastic exterior with rigid texture that resists scuffing and will not tear
  • Interior is completely lined with 1/4" polyester foam
  • Steel-reinforced corners and the outer edge of the removable, telescoping top
A large 8 x 12" ABS plastic label area designed for adhesive backed shipping labels
Case has three 1.0" wide poly straps on the long side with a center strap under the handle to prevent bowing and a 1.0" wide poly strap in the center of the short side
Retractable carry handle folds flat when the case is shipped
Material Exterior: Impact-resistant polyethylene
Interior: Completely lined with 1/4" polyester foam
Capacity Box Depth: 3" (7.0 cm)
Window/Mat / Number of Prints Box will Hold:
4/2-ply / 30
4/4-ply / 24
2/2-ply / 38
Type of Closure 1.0" wide poly straps with high-impact plastic buckles
Interior Dimensions 20.25 x 24.25 x 3.00" (51.43 x 61.59 x 7.62 cm)
Carrying/Transport Options Carry handle
Weight 15.00 lb (6.80 kg)

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5.0

Print Case

By Lrukavina

from Boerne, Texas

Comments about Archival Methods 20 x 24 x 3" Trans-Port Shipping Case (Black):

This is a great case, great value as well. Super sturdy and delivery was crazy fast!

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5.0

Great case!

By JLuke

from Louisville, KY

About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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Pros

  • Good Protection
  • Keeps Photos Flat
  • Keeps Photos Organized
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Large Collections

    Comments about Archival Methods 20 x 24 x 3" Trans-Port Shipping Case (Black):

    I used this case to transport photos to my state print competition. I love the foam inside as an added layer of protection.

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