Archives aim to order, keep and preserve archival material as well as to make it accessible for use by the general public. Archival storage boxes in archives serve an important function: they protect, retain and form a unit out of a mass of loose records. The archival storage box is the most commonly used form of packaging in this area.
An archival box made of two parts, the corpus includes a slide-in base tray (can be pulled out) with drop-front and attached flap. Ideal for the storage of expansion folders, unbound and loose-leaf collections and newspapers. For storage purposes the boxes can be stacked horizontally, one upon each other. Also available as a drop-front single piece with an attached flap.» to the product
A clamshell type storage box with roundabout, double-walled construction for additional strength. Smooth interior surfaces. On requst also available with box partitions (dividers). Suitable for the storage of microfiches, postcards and film negatives.» to the product
An archival box for the upright storage of expansion folders, glass plates, collections with loose and unbound objects, magazines and brochures. Smooth interior surfaces. Upon request available with a finger hole, with upright supports and with a flap on the front side.» to the product
KS 15 – with compartments
Two-piece archival box, comprising a drop-front corpus and an inner pull-out box, for the vertical storage of postcards, prints and glass plates. The fixed dividers between the compartments keep the objects upright, even if the inner box is not completely filled. Stackable. The corpus acts as a placeholder on the shelf.» to the product
KS 15 – with slotted inlay
Two-piece archival box, comprising a drop-front corpus and an inner pull-out box, for the vertical and gentle
storage of up to ten glass plates. The slotted inlay prevents pressure caused by plate-to-plate contact.
Stackable. The corpus acts as a placeholder on the shelf.» to the product