A4 Catalogue Pocket Holder Page Punched Refill (Pack of 5)
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A4 Catalogue Pocket Holder Page Punched Refill (Pack of 5)

Product Code: RA2082 Availability: In Stock
Price: £7.95 Ex Tax: £6.63
6 or more £7.75
11 or more £7.50
26 or more £6.95
  • Protect your brochure or catalogue securely and neatly with Acid-Free pocket holder.
  • Just slot your brochure covers into the flaps.
  • You still have the ability to turn your pages easily, without removing or damaging your brochure.
  • Made from polyproplene pockets with two internal pockets
  • Pack of 5 refills

Now click on the Specification tab and click the link to 'Compatible Albums' to discover ALL the compatible Albums for these refills.

Now in Packs of 5

Check out our Pocket Size Guide  - find all refills and sleeves for each pocket size

Fastening Method Flaps
Colour Clear
Pocket Size A4
Refills Per Pack 5
Capacity Per Refill 1
Overall Page Size 241x308mm
Compatible Albums: RA

Why Polypropylene?

Polypropylene is a simple plastic polymer which is inexpensive to produce, has a huge variety of applications and is often used in flexible packaging and food containers due  to its protective and non-reactive properties.

 

What are the properties of Polypropylene?

·         Excellent tensile strength and stiffness

·         Excellent Chemical resistance – does not mould or otherwise deteriorate in the presence of bacteria, mould or other elements

·         Good moisture barrier properties – it does not absorb water like other plastics such as PVC

·         Good fatigue resistance

·         High-gloss surface

·         Durable

·         Low cost

·         Electrical resistance – low level of electrical conductivity

·         High melting point – good heat resistance, often used for microwave containers

·         Translucent

·         Integral hinge property

·         Good colour stability

·         Recyclable

You can see why it is the choice of many for long-term archival storage, and it has formed the basis of the Arrowfile Storage system. 

There are a couple of points you may want to keep in mind though, its clarity is not as good as Polyester (which is also more expensive to produce).  Polypropylene can also be degraded by UV light over time: however as most contents also need protecting from the light, if they are both stored inside albums and slipcases, this is not likely to be a problem.

As an in-ert, inexpensive, durable option this is the choice of most Arrowfile customers.

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