Archival Methods Side Lock Polyester Film Sleeves (120/220 50 Pack)

Archival Methods Side Lock Polyester Film Sleeves (120/220 50 Pack)

Archival Methods Side Lock Polyester Film Sleeves (120/220 50 Pack)

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Archival Methods Side Lock Polyester Film Sleeves (120/220 50 Pack)

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  • 3 mil thick
  • Self-Locking Side Fold
  • Archival Material
  • Clear for Inspection of Contents
  • Protects From Dirt and Dust
  • Safe for Long-Term Storage
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Archival Methods 31-102 overview

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A 50 pack of Side Lock Polyester Film Sleeves from Archival Methods can prevent scratched or damaged original images. These sleeves are designed to be used with 120/220 film. In addition, oils from hands will not do films and negatives any good. It is, therefore, standard practice to always keep originals and even dupes in protective sleeves both for handling and long-term storage. Crystal clear Polyester sleeves allow viewing or inspection without removal and protect the image from dirt and scratches during handling and in storage.

Archival Methods believes that a good image should be protected and preserved from both human and environmental damage. These 3 mil protective sleeves are the perfect remedy. Use them with confidence. They should also be used with any one of a number of optional Archival Methods Storage Systems, i.e. Boxes and Containers.

Compatible with 120/220 film
Film sleeves are available in archivally safe, clear 3 mil Polyester
A self-locking side fold holds film in place; sleeves "unlock" to open completely for safer film removal without sliding image inside the sleeve
Choose Polyester (''Mylar D'') if the very highest optical clarity is required
Made in the USA
UPC: 813903022631
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Archival Methods Side Lock Polyester Film Sleeves (120/220 50 Pack)
  • Manufacturer's Lifetime Replacement Warranty
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    Archival Methods 31-102 specs

    Format 120/220
    Capacity 10-1/16 x 2.5" (255 x 64 mm)
    Material Polyester
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.45 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.079 x 2.756 x 0.945"

    Archival Methods 31-102 reviews

    Side Lock Polyester Film Sleeves (120/220 50 Pack) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great protection Loading film into side lock sleeves before filling then into sleeved negative holder pages is a bit cumbersome, bit if you care about your film this is the best method I've found. Sliding film in and out of the regular printfile pages consistently left scratches on freshly developed negatives bad enough to show up in scans and wet prints. These sleeves minimize the amount of rubbing and sliding my film goes through because the film just drops in the side, significantly reducing chances of scratches.
    Date published: 2015-03-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from My 120 negs are safer now I'd previously been using just binder pages/sleeves to store my negs, but I was having an issue where my film was getting scratched as I slid it in and out. These are perfect for protecting the film, and I feel so much better about handling my negs after (carefully!) placing them in the side lock sleeves. The only downside that I anticipate is when printing a contact sheet, there may be a line where the side lock sleeve is folded over, but I don't think this is too big of an issue.
    Date published: 2015-02-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from really great quality these sleeves are really great, it's silky and really thick! thumbs up!
    Date published: 2016-02-22
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