Archival Methods 1/8" Acid-Free Foamboard (13 x 19", 10-Pack)

BH #AR1319WAFP10 • MFR #82-1319
Archival Methods
Archival Methods 1/8" Acid-Free Foamboard (13 x 19", 10-Pack)

10

Pack

Key Features
  • Used as a Backboard for Framing
  • Acid and Lignin-Free
  • Archival Grade
  • 3% Buffering Agent Keeps an Alkaline pH
The Acid-Free Foamboard 10-pack from Archival Methods is used as a backing board for framing. Each board is 1/8" thick, making it suitable for many frame profiles. Because of the thinness of the board, a frame package less than 3/8" can be created. This archival grade board is acid and lignin-free and contains a 3% buffering agent to maintain an alkaline pH.
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$29.75

Archival Methods 82 Overview

The Acid-Free Foamboard 10-pack from Archival Methods is used as a backing board for framing. Each board is 1/8" thick, making it suitable for many frame profiles. Because of the thinness of the board, a frame package less than 3/8" can be created. This archival grade board is acid and lignin-free and contains a 3% buffering agent to maintain an alkaline pH.

UPC: 813903026387

Archival Methods 82 Specs

Dimensions (W x L)13 x 19" / 33.0 x 48.3 cm
ColorsWhite / White
Board Thickness1/8" / 3.2 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19 x 12.9 x 1.5"
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