Archival Methods Translucent Interleaving Sheets (32 x 40", 100-Pack)

BH #AR3240TIP100 • MFR #139-3240
Archival Methods
Archival Methods Translucent Interleaving Sheets (32 x 40", 100-Pack)
Key Features
  • White Translucent Archival Material
  • Unbuffered Neutral pH (7.0 +/- 0.5)
  • For Material without Protective Layers
  • Packing Material for Paintings and Books
The 100-pack of 32 x 40" Translucent Interleaving Sheets from Archival Methods is an archival-grade of interleaving material that can be placed between drawings, watercolors, ink-jet prints, and other materials that may not have a protective gelatin layer. The sheets can also be used to wrap books and for packaging paintings for storage and protection during transport.
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Archival Methods Translucent Interleaving Sheets (32 x 40", 100-Pack)

Archival Methods 139-3240 Overview

The 100-pack of 32 x 40" Translucent Interleaving Sheets from Archival Methods is an archival-grade of interleaving material that can be placed between drawings, watercolors, ink-jet prints, and other materials that may not have a protective gelatin layer. The sheets can also be used to wrap books and for packaging paintings for storage and protection during transport.

Archival Methods does not recommend using the interleaving sheets with negatives, traditional black-and-white, and color photographs because when temperatures rise and the gelatin becomes soft, it sticks to the smooth interleaving sheet which can cause damage.

Unbuffered archival-grade glassine, neutral pH (7.0 +/-0.5)
Used as a protective surface for materials that do not have a gelatin protective layer
Glassine has a smooth white surface on both sides, which will not scratch other surfaces
UPC: 813903021801

Archival Methods 139-3240 Specs

Paper Weight39 lb (63 gsm)
Caliper: 2.52 mils
pH-Value Total7.0 (+/-0.5)
Dimensions32.0 x 40.0" (81.3 x 101.6 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight13.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)40 x 32 x 0.5"
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