Archival Methods 98-009 White Archival Paper | 16 x 20" - 100 Sheets

You can store your photographic materials safely by using Archival White Paper from Archival Methods as a form of interleaving paper or protective cover for your media. The paper is made from alpha cellulose with 25% cotton fiber content and is calcium carbonate buffered as well as both acid and lignin free for preventing degradation of your photographs. It has a basis weigh tof 120 gsm and passes the Photographic Activity Test (PAT) as indicated in ISO IT 18916. Additionally, it was made in the USA.

  • Made from alpha cellulose wood pulp with 25% cotton fiber content to create a durable, white paper with a basis weight of 120 gsm.
  • Uses calcium carbonate as a buffer with 2-3% alkaline reserve, measured to a pH of 9 ±0.5 and being acid free.
  • This media passes the PAT (Photographic Activity Test) as indicated by ISO IT 18916, which is formerly ISO 14523 ANSI IT9.16.
  • Sulfur content is measured to less than 0.0008% reducible sulfur.
  • Lignin content is measured to TAPPI 236 cm-85 standards and has a Kappa number of less than five.