A reusable and resilient plastic folder offers a perfect solution to protect projects, presentations, and similar such documents from wear and tear.
A translucent or colored project folder, seen in a resilient material, such as polypropylene, ensures documents are held in an archival safe, photocopy transfer-safe and aid-free environment.
A plastic, pocket or hanging folder with a size capacity at 11 x 8.5-inch is perfect for those needed to organize and store letter or legal-sized paperwork. A folder often features a extendable edge or tab for ease in storability, a thumb-notch for ease in accessing the sheets, and sealed on both sides of the folder for a solid hold.
Some of the most common types of projects folders include –
#1 – A 2-pocket folder comes in a flexible and lightweight polypropylene or paper material, with two-interior pockets for securing up to 30 pages, and ideal for frequent use.
#2 – A plastic folder with 1/2 to 1-1/4-inch expansion is perfect for securing higher capacity documents, such as a catalog, research project, or manual, and to ensure all paperwork is kept safe a string or loop closure often features.
#3 – A extra-large envelope or wallet is perfect to keep legal or letter-sized paperwork safe and secure for frequent traveling needs or general storage.
#4 – An antimicrobial file wallet is perfect to protect important documents in a folder treated to resist growth of bacteria, mold, and mildew – which often causes deterioration, stains, or odors in stored papers.
#5 – a biodegradable wallet offers an eco-friendly, and reusable option to storage and organizational requirements, and comes with a ability to degrade in a landfill, while leaving no toxic-residue.
As well as the clear wallets, a vast array of colored folders are available, with popular choices including blues, reds, greens, and yellows, so perfect to assist in color-coding and to organize a research document with ease.
Overall, a 2-pocket, slim-line, or expandable paper holder offers a perfect solution to carry and organize documents with ease, and at the same time protecting the contents against general deterioration and rubbing on the text.