Heritage® Conservation Storage Boxes

  • Materials that have a pH of 7.0 or higher.
  • Need a different size or material? This item is customizable. Please inquire.
  • The Photo Activity Test (PAT) is an accelerated test that predicts the affects a material may have on photographic images.
  • This product has been made in our facility in Brooklyn, NY! We are proud to have been certified as a Brooklyn-Made Company by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce.
SKU: Conservation Storage

Pricing

QuantityPrice
$20.75 to $63.90
These large archival two-piece boxes are perfect for your oversize storage needs.  Their deep design requires glue or tape for assembly, but the end result is a strong box for long term storage.  Made from our exclusive Heritage® Corrugated B-flute Board.  Dimensions listed are the exact interior dimensions.

These boxes are shipped un-assembled for economical transport, and can be easily assembled with an acid free glue such as our Jade 403 PVA.  


** Please note that all tabs should be glued on the inside of both the base and lid.  **

*100% bleached alpha cellulose
*Without the use of recycled or wooden fibers
*No optical brighteners
*Kappa level: 1 - 2 = lignin-free (TAPPI T 236 om-99)
*pH cold extraction: 8.0 - 9.5 (TAPPI T 509 om-02)
*Alkaline reserve (buffer) > 3% calcium carbonate
*Adhesive: Potato starch, ph 7.0, moisture proof.

Certification
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
Assembly Instructions

Material Specs
*100% bleached alpha cellulose
*Without the use of recycled or wooden fibers
*No optical brighteners
*Kappa level: 1 - 2 = lignin-free (TAPPI T 236 om-99)
*pH cold extraction: 8.0 - 9.5 (TAPPI T 509 om-02)
*Alkaline reserve (buffer) > 3% calcium carbonate
*Adhesive: Potato starch, ph 7.0, moisture proof.

Certification
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