I don't disagree, but I'd like my question in post #26 answered by the OP!
Originally Posted by Tom Kershaw
I do use them, thank you for sponsoring APUG!
Besides their being archival, the best thing I love about Print File binder sleeves is that they're easier to get the negative strips into them!
While visiting St. Louis last fall, I stopped by a shop and found a 100-pack of 35mm binder sleeves made by another company on clearance. I could barely get the negatives to fit and I nearly tossed out the whole pack in frustration! Print File's sleeves are so much better.
I use print file also, thanks for the discount!
Yes thanks, it got me to this page:
Originally Posted by perkeleellinen
and that's where the products positive PAT test results are shown.
The Photographic Activity Test (PAT) is a ISO standard (ISO 14523) for archival performance, and unless a product passes it, I won't use it.
I've used Print File 35mm negative wallets for decades. They are convenient to store, and more important, hold the negatives back to back and front to front. This flattens the negatives. Unfortunately, these have been discontinued by Print File and other American manufacturers, and my supply is nearly exhausted. Perhaps this will finally compell me to get a DSLR.
First we would like to apologize to all who posted questions in this forum. Being new to APUG, we thought we were subscribed to this thread, but we were not.
Several people were asking about international orders to Australia. We do manufacture many of our pages in multi-hole and do ship to Australia. If you have problems getting a shipping quote via our website, please send us an e-mail and we will assist you.
It also seems like the question about the archival materials we use in manufacturing our products has been answered. If anyone has any further questions on this subject, please let us know.
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