Cotton paper enclosure

Description

An enclosure with four flaps designed to store photographs and photographic films. Sometimes it is also used to store glass plate negatives, although envelopes are usually preferred for this purpose. This classic construction is made from the most expensive paper Beskid Plus has on offer, i.e. cotton paper. This material does not contain an alkaline agent - calcium carbonate - owing to which it is perfectly neutral and can come into contact with chemically "agressive" photographic materials. 

In larger formats, the enclosure is made from a slightly thicker and sturdier variety of cotton paper, with grammage of 120 g/m2

Material
  • Cotton paper:
    - PAT certificate
    - 100% cotton cellulose
    - pH 7.0
    - colour: white
    - Kappa number < 5
    - water absorbency: Cobb60 < 25 g/m2
    - no dye migration
    - no optical brighteners
    - grammages: 95 and 120 g/m2 
PAT
sizer
Available sizes
Index Material Dimensions 1 - 99 100 - 499 500 and more Amount Total Sample
OBB9X12 9x12 format 95 g/m² paper 90x120 mm
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OBB9X13 9x13 format 95 g/m² paper 90x130 mm
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OBB10X15 10x15 format 95 g/m² paper 100x150 mm
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OBB13X18 13x18 format 95 g/m² paper 130x180 mm
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OBB18X24 18x24 format 95 g/m² paper 180x240 mm
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OBB24X30 24x30 format 120 g/m² paper 240x300 mm
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OBBA4 A4 format 95 g/m² paper 210x297 mm
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OBB30X40 30x40 format 120 g/m² paper 300x400 mm
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Dimensions
  • length (a)
  • width (b)
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Index a (mm) b (mm) Amount Sample Comments
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Omni-Box special formats

The Omni-Box system is a service whereby we produce single units and short series of archival storage products of non-standard constructions or in non-standard formats. 
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Who is Omni-Box for?

The Omni-Box storage products are mainly designed for those of our Clients who need:

  • one, a few or a few dozen units of storage products in a special, non-standard format;
  • to store a collection of books in such a manner that each volume is kept in a separate box;
  • storage products of non-standard construction.
How does it work?

First, our experienced designers make a computer design of a box or folder. After that, the product undergoes cutting and creasing by means of a digital plotter.

How should I measure an object to be stored?

Do you feel discouraged when you think of how much work it takes to take measurements of all the books to be stored in individual boxes? There is no need! For that purpose we can lend you, free of charge, the Bookmeter. With this device, which resembles an aluminium drawer, you can measure a book’s spine width, its width and height in just a few steps. It provides a precise measurement, and the data is wirelessly sent to a table on your computer. This helps you prevent making a mistake, which can happen when taking measurements manually. All you need to do is provide a reference number of each volume and… it’s done! 

This file is then used to produce a custom-made storage product for each volume.

 

Can I choose the material myself?

When preparing a quote for Omni-Box products, we usually decide which material to use based on the construction of the product, its size and the type of object to be stored in it. However, if you would like the product to be made from a different type of cardboard or paper than the one we suggest, write to us and let us know about it. If producing a given product from your preferred material is technically possible, we will take it into account when preparing the quote.  

Where do I find Omni-Box prices?

The prices of Omni-Box storage products are calculated on an individual basis. Select a construction and provide us with dimensions, and we will prepare a quote for you.