Slipcases provide five-sided protection, generally leaving open the spine of the book facing the observer. Hence, most parts of the book are protected from dust, light and other influences. A special form of the slipcase is the book shoe, which is open on two sides (at the spine and top of the book). Alone or in combination with a slipcase, this serves to protect books from direct contact to neighbouring books. The advantage of a slipcase with shelf file is that the slipcase can remain in the shelf as a placeholder when the shelf file is removed. This prevents alternative occupation of the free space or adjoining objects from falling over. Slipcases with shelf file in combination with standing aids are excellent when gradually filling a shelf e.g. with periodicals, magazines etc. Shelf files are often used as economical, order-creating units. A shelf file in combination with a standing aid is great when gradually filling a shelf e.g. with periodicals, magazines etc.
A classical slipcase designed for books. Book spine visible. Available with or without semi-circle cuts. Delivered either as a foldable construction with self-locking tabs (plug-in) or a pre-assembled construction, glued together. The former is shipped flat and the latter assembled and upright.» to the product
A tightly closing slipcase with shelf file, designed for storing and organizing books, brochures, magazines, newspapers and loose-leaf collections (unbound documents). It can be put on a shelf just as a placeholder to ensure that objects are shelved tightly. Also available with an additional (standing) support for loose-leaf collections. For books it can also be used as a book shoe.» to the product
Shelf file designed for storing books, newspapers, brochures, magazines and collections of loose and unbound documents. Also available with an additional (standing) support mechanism to ensure that the filed objects are kept upright, thus preventing them from bending over if the folder is not full to capacity. For books it can also be used as a book shoe.» to the product
KS 23, classical slipcase, particularly suitable for books, plug-in design, with or without semi-circular grip cutouts. Spine of object visible. Sturdy, inexpensive construction. Upper and lower surfaces made of firmly fitted, double-strength material. Easy to assemble, supplied flat.» to the product