Archival Methods 16 x 20" Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets)

BH #ARAT1620 • MFR #45-006
Archival Methods
Archival Methods 16 x 20" Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets)
Key Features
  • Acid- & Lignin-Free
  • Prevents Pages from Rubbing Together
  • High Quality / Buffered
  • Cost-Efficient Image Protection
Museum archivists, artists, photographers, and aficionados of optimal storage solutions will both appreciate and value this pack of 480 sheets of Buffered Archival Tissues from Archival Methods. These tissues are suitable for interleaving prints and drawings, as well as in the preservation and protection of artifacts. In portfolios, the tissues will help prevent the possibility of damage from the result of rubbing, while also adding to the work's professional aesthetics. Buffered archival tissues are frequently used in the preservation of gowns, historic uniforms, and various textiles. An archival product, the tissue is acid- and lignin-free, easy to fold and pad, and crumple without forming hard edges.
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Archival Methods 45-006 Overview

Museum archivists, artists, photographers, and aficionados of optimal storage solutions will both appreciate and value this pack of 480 sheets of Buffered Archival Tissues from Archival Methods. These tissues are suitable for interleaving prints and drawings, as well as in the preservation and protection of artifacts. In portfolios, the tissues will help prevent the possibility of damage from the result of rubbing, while also adding to the work's professional aesthetics. Buffered archival tissues are frequently used in the preservation of gowns, historic uniforms, and various textiles. An archival product, the tissue is acid- and lignin-free, easy to fold and pad, and crumple without forming hard edges.

Widely used to wrap gowns, historic uniforms, and textile items
Buffered with calcium carbonate 2 to 3% alkaline reserve, pH 9 +/-0.5
Lightweight (20 to 34 g/sq. m, 1.5 mil)
Passes the PAT (Photographic Activity Test), ISO 14523 (formerly ANSI IT9.16), and TAPPI T444 silver tarnish test
High-quality, buffered, archival tissue papers for interleaving and wrapping
Tissues are buffered for added protection
Acid- and lignin-free
Easy to fold and pad, and crumple without hard edges
Sulfur Content: Maximum 0.0004
UPC: 813903024529

Archival Methods 45-006 Specs

Thickness1.5 mil
Dimensions16.0 x 20.0" / 40.6 x 51.0 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.9 x 16.1 x 1.4"
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What is the difference between the buffered and ...

What is the difference between the buffered and unbuffered Archival Methods tissue?
Asked by: Laurie
Buffered tissue has a buffering agent (usually calcium carbonate) added to the paper pulp during the paper making process to increase the pH level of the paper and make it more alkaline. By increasing the pH of the paper, it becomes non-acidic, and assists in neutralizing other acids in the environment that may make the paper or tissue become acidic over time. As acids can destroy photographic prints over time, buffered paper is preferred for most photographic prints. Un-buffered paper is paper that has not been altered, and is typically recommended for archival storage of protein-based materials, which are often materials that come from animals, such as leather, wool, silk, feathers, horsehair, pearls, etc., but can also include cyanotype prints and blueprints to prevent them from fading.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2018-12-12

Has anyone used this tissue to lay on top of a ...

Has anyone used this tissue to lay on top of a fine art paper, then rolled it? Would this tissue cause any scuffing of the fine art paper or image area when delicately rolled? Thanks!
Asked by: Michelle
When using the Archival Methods 16 x 20" Buffered Archival Tissue Papers, gently rolling the art work with the tissue paper on top will not cause any scuffing, as long as the "fine art paper" is dry.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2020-03-29
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