Archival Methods 13 x 19" Side-Loading Print Sleeves (10-Pack)

Archival Methods 13 x 19" Side-Loading Print Sleeves (10-Pack)

Archival Methods 13 x 19" Side-Loading Print Sleeves (10-Pack)

B&H # ARSFSP131910 MFR # 32-113



Archival Methods 13 x 19" Side-Loading Print Sleeves (10-Pack)

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The preservation of photographs, flat art, and even documents are important to us because they may hold value or a cherished memory, and the conservation of these items can be secured by using this 10-pack of 13 x 19" Side-Loading Print Sleeves from Archival Methods.

The print sleeve is made from a single 3-mil uncoated Melinex 516 Polyester, and it is the most optically clear and inert of plastics. This ensures that the sleeve and the material, being held within, will never chemically interact with each other. The plastic also safeguards against oils, fingerprints, and outside contaminants. The sleeve has a flap-edge seal, which provides a secure closure and an easy-to-open sleeve. The sleeve has an 1/8" space all around, helping the material sit properly inside.

The 3-mil uncoated Melinex 516 Polyester plastic ensures that both the sleeve and the material will not chemically interact
Polyester is inert and suitable for long-term archival storage
One-piece construction with a flap-edge seal, so the material sits properly inside
Sleeves are 1/8" larger all around, so standard print sizes will fit properly
UPC: 813903022792
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Archival Methods 32-113 specs

Format 13 x 19"
Type of Closure Flap-edge seal
Material of Construction Uncoated Melinex 516 Polyester
Dimensions 13.0 x 19.0" (33 x 48 cm)
Packaging Infodcuwqbtz
Package Weight 0.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 20.0 x 14.0 x 0.15"

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