Dutco Tennant LLC offers the most excellent solutions and products for Archival supplies comprising acid-free, pH-neutral Archival Storage boxes, folders, and other products. All these products ensure the safest storage possible for your most valued items. From preserving a famous painting, a photograph, or a treasured photo, you will find the perfect archival supplies with us at Dutco Tennant LLC. People seek us looking for archival supplies for their books, documents, photographs, paintings, artworks, and more. We have years of experience in selling documents and other preservation supplies and as industry experts, we can provide you products and solutions that will adequately preserve your library items. With us, you are assured to get the highest-quality archival boxes, cases, and other items on the market. Additionally, we try to provide you solutions with highly competitive pricing so that you know that you are getting the best products at affordable prices. Dutco Tennant LLC has been the leading supplier of archival storage products for government, libraries, institutional archives, museums, historical societies, universities, colleges, galleries, and other collectors for many decades.
Gaylord Archival® 80 lb. Buffered Text Negative Strip Envelopes (50-Pack) can each hold up to 12 negative filmstrips alone or six in photo sleeves. Use the tabbed envelopes individually or as part of our negative storage system (kits sold separately). These amazing enveloped can be used to store and protect cut rolls of 35-mm format strips of 6 frames each against dust and scratches. They are acid and lignin-free and are compatible with and fit the 35mm polyester and polypropylene Fold Flap Sleeves. A key term to look for in storage means is “acid-free,” which generally indicates the material has a pH value of at least 7 and is more alkaline than acidic. When materials are more acidic, with pH values below 7, media can discolor, fade, and generally deteriorate in quality over time. Archival typically means it comprises materials with a high level of alkalinity. Some manufacturers may claim their storage boxes, folders, sleeves, or paper types are “archival for up to so many years” or “color-fast for X-number of years.” These claims are reassuring, but shouldn’t necessarily be taken literally. Tests, such as the Photographic Activity Test (P.A.T.), use accelerated aging methods to estimate archival lifespans of materials; however, time proves to be the ultimate test, in the long run.
Salient Features :
- Each envelope holds up to 12 negative filmstrips alone or six in photo sleeves
- Type-on strip for easy identification
- Includes 25 envelopes with right tabs and 25 envelopes with left tabs
- Can be used as part of the Gaylord Negative Storage System (kits sold separately)