Archival Methods 2-Ply Pearl White Conservation Mat Board (18 x 24", 25 Boards)

Archival Methods 2-Ply Pearl White Conservation Mat Board (18 x 24", 25 Boards)

Archival Methods 2-Ply Pearl White Conservation Mat Board (18 x 24", 25 Boards)

B&H # AR1824P25 MFR # 97-218
Archival Methods 2-Ply Pearl White Conservation Mat Board (18 x 24", 25 Boards)

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  • For Artwork, Photos, and Documents
  • Acid- & Lignin-Free
  • Made from Purified Wood Pulp
  • Calcium Carbonate Buffered
  • Warm Tonality
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Galleries, museums, photographers, artists, archivists, and decorators will appreciate this 25 pack of 18 x 24" 2-Ply Pearl White Conservation Mat Boards from Archival Methods. Each board is made of alpha-cellulose pulp from purified wood fiber. An economical alternative to cotton pulp boards, Conservation boards share similar surface and cutting characteristics. Purified wood fiber is recognized as being safe to use with paper artwork, photographs, and documents. For archival use, the boards are acid- and lignin-free with alkaline or neutral sizing. In addition the boards are buffered with calcium carbonate for added protection and longer life and made without optical brightening agents. The pearl white color is characterized by a warmer tonality than bright white museum board and is less yellow than antique white.

UPC: 813903027308
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Archival Methods 97-218 specs

Dimensions (W x L) 18 x 24" / 45.7 x 61 cm
Colors Warm White / Warm White
Material Not specified by manufacturer
Board Thickness 1/32" /  0.8mm
Ply Thickness 2-Ply
Packaging Info
Package Weight 7.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 23.7 x 17.8 x 0.8"

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