Adox ADOFILE 35mm Negative Sleeves (100-Pack)

BH #ADNS35100 • MFR #330151
Adox
Adox ADOFILE 35mm Negative Sleeves (100-Pack)

100

Pack

Key Features
  • 100 Sleeves for 35mm Negatives
  • Sleeves Fit into 3-Ring Binders
  • Fits in Adox ADOFILE Storage Binders
  • Archival Polypropylene Construction
Safely store and organize your valuable negatives with these 35mm ADOFILE Negative Sleeves (100-pack) from Adox. These sleeves fit in three-ring binders and are also designed to fit in Adox ADOFILE storage binders. Photographers will appreciate the archival polypropylene construction.
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Adox 330151 Overview

Safely store and organize your valuable negatives with these 35mm ADOFILE Negative Sleeves (100-pack) from Adox. These sleeves fit in three-ring binders and are also designed to fit in Adox ADOFILE storage binders. Photographers will appreciate the archival polypropylene construction.

Each sleeve fits 7 strips of 6 frames
Pages fit in 3-ring binders
Fits in the Adox ADOFILE Storage Binders
The polypropylene is absolutely chemically neutral and archive-safe

Adox 330151 Specs

Format / Capacity35mm / 42 x Frames (7 Strips of 6)
MaterialPolypropylene
Storage TypeSleeves
Loading TypeSide Loading
Type of ClosureNone
Quantity100
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.18 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.75 x 10.25 x 0.95"
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How thick are these compared to the Print File ...

How thick are these compared to the Print File sleeves?
Asked by: Jerome
According to the manufacturer, Adox, they state that the thickness of one polypropylene layer is 70 µm (2.76 mil). One Adofile is made of two layers, so the thickness of the whole file is around 140 µm (5.5 mil). PrintFile's website states that the PrintFile 35-7BXW Negative Pages (package of 100) has a 3 mil (76.2 µm) top sheet and a 1.8 mil (45.72 µm) bottom sheet, so the thickness of the whole file is 4.8 mil (121.92 µm).
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2019-08-08
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