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Unique and Archival Materials for the Packing, Shipping, Storing and Displaying of Fine Art, Artifacts and Antiques.

145 East 57th Street
New York, New York 10022
Telephone: 1 (800) 922-5522
Fax: 1 (212) 586-6961
service@masterpak-usa.com
American Alliance of Museums

[Buffered Tissue]

[Buffered Tissue] Pure white tissue made from flax fibre - minimum of 10% calcium buffer, making it exceptionally soft. Because of its high alkaline reserve, it provides maximum protection against acid migration.

Buffered Tissue is excellent for the storage of cellulose fibers (cotton, linen, flax, jute, ramie & rayon) and offers extra support for fragile textiles.

Interleaving and wrapping of documents, manuscripts and works of art on paper. Wrapping of costumes and other fabrics in textile conservation. Wrapping of silver and other metals - will not cause tarnishing.

pH Value: 8.0 to 9.0

Basis Weight: 25 g/m²; 16.1 lbs. (24x36/500)

Tests: Photo Activity Test of ANSI Standard IT9.16

Request Swatch(es) here

  • Buffered Tissue
  • Dartek®
  • Economy - Tyvek®
  • Glassine Paper
  • Hardwrap® - Tyvek®
  • Photo-Tex Tissue
  • Silicone Parchment Release Paper
  • Softwrap® - Nomex®
  • Softwrap® - Tyvek®
  • Unbuffered Tissue


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    ITEM# SIZE QTY WEIGHT $ PRICE
    Sheets
    2-37 24" x 32" 500 15 lbs 199.95
    Roll
    2-38 56" x 750' dia. 5" 25 lbs 229.95
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    Masterpak is a Member of:

    American Alliance of Museums (AAM)
    American Institute for Conservation (AIC)
    Association of Academic Museums & Galleries (AAMG)
    New England Museum Association (NEMA)

    Southeastern Museums Conference (SEMC)
    National Trust for Historic Preservation
    Preparation, Art Handling & Collections Care Network (PACCIN)
    Western Museums Association (WMA)