Archival Methods Permalife 20 lb Bond Paper (11 x 17", 100 Sheets)

Archival Methods Permalife 20 lb Bond Paper (11 x 17", 100 Sheets)

Archival Methods Permalife 20 lb Bond Paper (11 x 17", 100 Sheets)

B&H # ARPLP1117100 MFR # 132-1117
Archival Methods Permalife 20 lb Bond Paper (11 x 17", 100 Sheets)

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Product Highlights

  • 25% Cotton & 75% Alpha Cellulose Base
  • Basis Weight: 20 lb / 75 gsm
  • Excellent Folding Characteristics
  • Acid and Lignin Free
  • Calcium Carbonate Buffered
  • Watermark Identifies Archival Quality
  • Surface Finish: Matte
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Sheet Size: 11 x 17"

11 x 17" 32 x 40"

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8.5 x 11" 8.5 x 14"

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A4, 8.3 x 11.7"

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Archival Methods 132-1117 Overview

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For moments where archival-quality media is required, Archival Methods has developed Permalife 20 lb Bond Paper for copying and printing, as well as for use interleaving photos, making custom envelopes, and any other fine art media process. The paper is made from a combination of 75% alpha cellulose and 25% cotton fiber for improved strength and durability while maintaining a basis weight of 20 lb, or 75 gsm. The acid- and lignin-free media also has excellent folding characteristics for use in various archiving activities. The matte paper is calcium carbonate buffered as well as having a 3% alkaline reserve and it has a watermark that clearly identifies its archival nature.

UPC: 813903027957
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Archival Methods 132-1117 Specs

Material Alpha Cellulose, Cotton Rag
Basis Weight 75 gsm / 20 lb
Surface Finish Matte
Quantity 100 Sheets
Sheet Size (W x L) 11 x 17" / 27.94 x 43.18 cm
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Package Weight 2.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.9 x 10.9 x 0.5"

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