100

PACK

Archival Methods 13 x 19" Archival Papers (White, 100-Pack)

For illustrative purpose only

Close

( For illustrative purpose only)

What item is right for you?
Ask our Experts! 800.606.6969 Live Chat

Archival Methods 13 x 19" Archival Papers (White, 100-Pack)

B&H # ARAPP1319W Mfr # 98-007
In Stock
Free Expedited Shipping on Orders over $49
You Pay: $23.50
Product Highlights
  • High Quality Interleaving Paper
  • Acid & Lignin Free

The white 13 x 19" Archival Papers from Archival Methods come in a pack of 100. Each sheet is used as an effective interleaving paper for storage and preservation of digital and traditional film prints. This paper should be used when you wish to prevent environmental contamination of valuable prints. Place them between prints to not only guard against scratches to the print face but to also minimize potential damage from fingerprints, dust, and other contaminants.

Note! Both conventional and digital output should have mounts or enclosures made from buffered paper. The only items that need matting or storage in un-buffered papers are cyanotypes (architectural blue prints) and protein-based textiles.

Made from high alpha cellulose pulp from purified wood fiber
Buffered with calcium carbonate 2 to 3% alkaline reserve, pH 9 ± 0.5, acid free
Sulfur content is less than 0.0008% reducible sulfur
Black paper is carbon free
Lignin content is tested by TAPPI 236 cm-85 and has a Kappa number of less than five
Paper will not degrade and cause harm to artwork or documents
Dimensions 13.0 x 19.0" (33.0 x 48.3 cm)
Archival Methods 13 x 19" Archival Papers (White, 100-Pack)
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty
  • Presentation Accessories

    Show more >
    Archival Methods -  Linen Tape - 1" x 60 yd Roll - White
    • You Pay: $15.19
     

    Trimmers

    Show more >
    Carl -  RT-200 12" Rotary Disc Trimmer
    • You Pay: $29.95
     

    Dehumidifiers & Moisture Control

    Show more >
    Archival Methods -  Desiccant Canisters (Metal Case)
    • You Pay: $9.95
     
    See any errors on this page? Let us know.

    Close

    Close

    Close