Polyester A3 Premier Toploading Refill Sleeve ( 425x310mm) (Pk 5)

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Polyester A3 Premier Toploading Refill Sleeve ( 425x310mm) (Pk 5)

Product Code: RP4332T Availability: 2 - 3 Days
Price: £14.95 Ex Tax: £12.46
6 or more £13.95
11 or more £12.95

These Archival Binder refills are manufactured from inert, polyester based clear film giving full archival protection against physical damage, surface reaction and atmospheric contamination. Strong, light and clear with an overall size of 425x330mm available in packs of 5 they fit A3 Portrait Albums, Archival Boxes and Portfolios.

Polyester Refill Sleeve A3 425x310mm Pack of 5
Holds 1 A3 item per refill sleeve or 2 back-to-back.

With top-opening and pocket separate from the binder rings this pocket is ideal for frequently accessed items.

Perfect for A3 Portfolios, Binders and Archival Ringbinder Boxes.

Polyester Premier Binder Refills are ideal for Photographs, Family Histories, Negative Archives, Ephemera, Prints, Correspondance, Printed Collectables and much, much more.

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

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

Made From Polyester
Used For Binder (Punched)
Colour Clear
Pocket Size 425x310mm
Refills Per Pack 5
Capacity Per Refill 1
Size A3
Overall Page Size 425x330mm
Compatible Albums: RP

Why Polyester?

What is Polyester?

The term ‘polyester’ as a specific material usually refers to Polyethylene (PET), this is a plastic often used for packaging and you may recognize it’s recyclable logo  as  number 1 and either PET or PETE.

What are the properties of Polyester?

·         Excellent strength – high tensile strength

·         Good moisture and gas barrier properties

·         Resistance to stretching or shrinking

·         Excellent clarity

·         Resistance to dyes, solvents and other chemicals

·         Lightweight

·         Thermal stability - high temperature resistance, thermal and electrical insulation properties

·         Rigidity and Flatness

·         Not generally biodegradable but easy to recycle and re-use.

So you can see why Polyester is the choice of museums and other archivists for their most precious documents and images, not only are the contents protected against nearly all forms of damage apart from light, but the clarity means they can stay protected whilst being viewed as there is no need to remove the items from their polyester sleeves.

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