Honeycomb preservation folders are suitable for storage of pressure-sensitive objects. They are generally composed of a frame with grip holes for removal of objects and a lower cover or flap. Honeycomb preservation folders have proved to be very useful. Several layers of these are often stacked in clamshell boxes for storage.
Stackable preservation folders available with or without flaps for embedding valuable and pressure-sensitive archival objects of various sizes. The object is embedded in a bed frame made of either conservation board, corrugated board or a honeycomb panel. The bed frame is glued to a folder. The embedded object is provided a safe housing from all kinds of mechanical impacts.» to the product