3-Ring Page Protectors In Stock

3-Ring Page Protectors
  • Application

    3-Ring Page Protectors are currently Out of Stock until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience.

    Designed for use in our 3-Ring Binders and Binder Boxes, 3-Ring Page Protectors provide unmatched protection for your valuable documents and prints. These optically clear polyester sleeves protect collections from scratches, oils, and fingerprints during handling. They also provide a barrier from dust and other pollutants in a storage environment.

    Please note that there is no adhesive on these pages and the top and bottom are not sealed. This means that you may need to attach your contents to the pages. We recommend using Archival Mounting Corners or reversible Gudy Dots.

    If you plan to write on these pages, we recommend using an archival product. Regular #2 pencils are archival and the pens and Stabilo-All pencils that we carry are too. Of the products we carry the finest point Prismacolor Fine Line Markers work well and do not show through the paper.

  • Features

    Polyester is the clearest, most chemically inert of the plastics used for archival storage products. The 3 mils uncoated Melinex 516 (Dupont’s replacement for Mylar D) ensures that both the protective sleeve and adjacent prints will not chemically interact.

    One-piece construction with a flap edge on the 3-ring hole side provides protection yet easy access when needed. A buffered, acid- and lignin-free paper sheet lets you safely file two documents back-to-back. When filing a two-sided document, simply remove the insert. Oval-shaped 3-ring binder holes make turning the pages easy and prevent the holes from tearing, even with heavy use.

  • Specifications

    3-Ring Page Protectors fit in all of our 3-Ring Binders except the Narrow Collector Grade Binder.

    70# buffered, acid-free and lignin-free paper.

    70# paper is equivalent to 105 gsm which is a bit thinner than our Archival Paper (120 gsm). If you plan on writing on these pages use a light touch. Use a #2 pencil or a very fine point archival pen such as our .005 Prismacolor Fine Line Marker or the Fine Line Multi Color Markers. Anything heavier may show through to the other side. We recommend testing first.