Ibzo 500 Clear Binder Sheet Protectors

Home/Binder Sheet/Ibzo 500 Clear Binder Sheet Protectors

Ibzo 500 Clear Binder Sheet Protectors

Sheet protectors with 8.5 x 11-inch dimensions are made from non-stick material to make sure that plastic sheets are acid-free, PVC free, and archival safe. Non-glare characteristic is incorporated to ensure the durable nature of sheet protectors.

Category:

Description

8.5 x 11 Inch Plastic Sleeves for Binders – Top Loading Transparent Paper, Business Document Covers for Storage – Acid Safe and Non-PVC – Non-Stick, Non-Glare

 

– ARCHIVAL SAFE – Sheet protectors with 8.5 x 11-inch dimensions are made from non-stick material to make sure that plastic sheets are acid-free, PVC free, and archival safe. Non-glare characteristic is incorporated to ensure the durable nature of sheet protectors  

– EXCEPTIONAL FUNCTIONALITY – The binder sleeves are best-known for delivering easy portable protection and providing optimum performance. Page protectors integrate polypropylene which is more durable and stronger as compared to vinyl in order to ensure long-lasting performance  

– DESIGN – The top-loading design of paper protectors makes it easier for the individual to insert the documents. The binder with plastic sleeves is an ideal solution for organizing and managing your personal or office important documents  

– CRYSTAL CLEAR AND DURABLE – For easy viewing, the plastic protector sheets have incorporated textured and glare reduction finishes offering you contact clarity. Sheet protectors have the capacity to hold up to 10-20 sheets depending on the thickness of paper  

– WIDE APPLICATION – Design of paper protector for binders offers complete transparency allowing the individual to easily view the stored documents. The plastic sleeve can be used for various purposes including presentation, keeping certificates, pictures, infographic notes, historic documents, child memories, handouts, etc

 

403 Forbidden

Forbidden

You don't have permission to access this resource.

Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.