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Dividers in Photosafe

Papers used in Photograph conservation must be chemically stable (ISO 10214) made of cotton fibers and cannot contain any dye, wax or metal particle. Chemical residues cannot be contained in these papers, especially sulfur reducible, lignin or peroxides. Regarding the presence of alkaline buffer, which may be a factor of impurity, scientists fear that alkaline products damage some images on the long-term. Photosafe paper is made from pure cotton linters with no chemical additives, containing no chemicals whatsoever Because of this they are probably the purest conservation paper. This paper is not (or barely) calendered to allow air circulation. Pure and porous, it can safely be used for the long-term conservation of photographs, glass plates, negatives or prints, no matter what the photographic technique is.

 

Originally designed for the protection of photographic collections, this paper is also recommended for the conservation of a multitude of other media such as drawings with colored pigments, textiles (especially silk and wool, for which an alkaline environment is not recommended), historical documents, stamps, coins, silver artifacts, and any other items requiring a highly pure non basic environment.

Deteriorated gelatin and photographic paper.

Sold per 200, excepted for the reference 124527, sold per 100.

Reference Description Quantity Price
tax excl.
124519 090 x 120 mm 10,00 €
124520 130 x 180 mm 12,00 €
124528 180 x 240 mm 20,00 €
SUINPS2129 210 x 297 mm 32,88 €
124599 246 x 305 mm 36,00 €
124530 254 x 305 mm 37,00 €
124532 305 x 407 mm 58,00 €
124533 407 x 508 mm 93,00 €
124534 508 x 610 mm 137,00 €
124527 610 x 860 mm - pack of 100 151,00 €

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