Known as a “heat-set tissue” filmoplast R is a high alpha-cellulose content tissue coated with an acid and solvent-free heat activated adhesive. Used primarily to line brittle documents to prevent further disintegration filmoplast R is an ideal treatment for newspaper clippings and other paper memorabilia. Buffered with magnesium carbonate to a pH of 9.6 filmoplast R will neutralize those acids found in the original document as they migrate into the adhesive. The adhesive activates at a temperature of 110ºC and can be applied with an iron or heat press.
A high alpha-cellulose tissue coated with an acid and solvent-free heat activated adhesive. Used to line brittle papers to prevent further disintegration, spot mending of tears and filling in voids. Both the adhesive and paper are buffered to counter acids. The adhesive activates at a temperature of 110º Celsius and can be applied with a tacking iron or in a heat-press.
|26200||.78" x 164' (20 mm x 50 m)|
|38465||12.2" x 33' (310 mm x 10 m)|
|26201||12.2" x 164' (310 mm x 50 m)|
|26202||16.1" x 164' (409 mm x 50 m)|
|26203||24.4" x 164' (620 mm x 50 m)|
- transparent, long-fibre, acid-free, technical Japanese paper, 8.5g/m2
- neutral, heat-activated, adhesive
- sealing temperature approx. 100ºC
- buffered with magnesium carbonate
- lignin-free, hemicellulose-free, high alpha-cellulose content
- removable with alcohol or heat
- documents retain paper characteristics after embedding