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BINDERS & ALBUMS
Binder with Tab & SlipCase
Binders with pull tabs allow you to remove your binder while keeping the slipcase on the shelf. Slipcased binders dramatically enhance the security of your collections by shielding and protecting the binder on all sides. As an added bonus, they look great on your shelves and will complement any décor.
Slipcases are constructed of archival-quality binder board lined with acid- and lignin-free paper. The exterior is covered and hand-finished in the same buckram as our binders. Binders are available in 4 colors with a black slipcase. Pull tabs are riveted onto the spine of each binder.
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Binder and Slipcase construction Kappa binder’s board (.100), a bookmaking board with no glue between layers.
Binder lined with 10 point card stock acid- and lignin-free paper, PAT tested and passed.
Slipcase lined with 80lb paper acid- and lignin-free paper, PAT tested and passed.
Covered in library quality F-Grade Buckram (poly-cotton) with a moisture-resistant, 100% aqueous acrylic coating.
Adhesive is pH balanced and buffered, <.0008% sulfur content.
Close-tolerance construction on slipcase to keep out dust.