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Subject: Heritage Corrugated Board

Heritage Corrugated Board

From: Aaron Salik <info>
Date: Monday, April 23, 2007
Talas <URL:> is excited to offer our exclusive
Heritage Corrugated Board (see: <URL:

Greatly exceeding the quality of other archival corrugated boards on
the market today, the Heritage Corrugated Board combines paper which
has been manufactured with exceeding permanence qualities, increased
strength and rigidity, and the ease of workability.  The paper used
to manufacture this product passes the following testing:

    ANSI IT 9.16 / ISO 14523-1999
    (PAT test)

    ISO 9706
    Permanency requirements for paper

    ANSI / NISO Z.39-48-1992
    Permanence for paper in Library and Archives

Heritage Corrugated Board differs in color from what one may be
familiar with compared to the typical blue gray boards available
today.  The old color was developed to differentiate the product in
the marketplace, and the particular color was chosen as one that
would be resistant to showing dirt.  On our Heritage Corrugated
Board we have incorporated the traditional blue-gray color on the
outside of the board, with the remainder of the product being made
white.  This provides the best of both features, where the white
side can sit against artwork or items in framing or box making
applications, and the blue gray side resides on the outside.

Heritage Corrugated Board is offered in sheets in the following

    B flute (1/8 inch thick) format
    BB-flute (1/4 inch thick double wall) format
    BB-flute Cross Laminate (1/4 inch thick double wall) format
    E-flute (1/16 inch thick) format

The E-flute represents the new micro-corrugated market, providing a
denser and stronger sheet with light weight.  Excellent for making
boxes, phase boxes, folders, and lining drawers shelves and other

Aaron Salik
20 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
Fax: 212-219-0735

                  Conservation DistList Instance 21:3
                  Distributed: Thursday, May 10, 2007
                        Message Id: cdl-21-3-002
Received on Monday, 23 April, 2007

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