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ENCLOSURES & SLEEVES
Protect prints, films and drawings from the damaging effects of handling, dust, pollution and moisture. Because these envelopes are free of naturally occurring electrostatic cling, and therefore don't attract dust, they are ideal for protecting photographic materials such as negatives and transparencies, and perfect for pastel artworks and charcoal drawings.
Sealed on three sides with a 1/8" lip on the open side for ease of use. These envelopes are made of high-density (HD) polyethylene, which has a translucent or frosted appearance. The anti-static qualities of the material reduces the risk of scratching or abrasion from entrapped dust particles. HD polyethylene is one of the few plastic sheet material with no slip agents added to the surface. Other polyethylene, polyester and polypropylene materials need slip agents to prevent the plastic from sticking to itself in rolls or sheets. Our envelopes are archival and meet the standards for plastic enclosures in ISO 18902. Visit the American National Standards Institute website for more detailed information. (www.ansi.org)
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