Tied-up folder


A popular solution which serves to store loose documents. If the folder is the only protective packaging for documents, it is important that it meets the highest standards. The most rigid and most durable folders are made from thick cardboards of 1100 to 1400 g/m2. They are equipped with the so-called full flaps (corresponding to the full width of the folder) as well as between one and three pairs of ties (in this version, one pair ties the upper and lower flaps).

We make the cheapest folders from paperboard of 240 to 300 g/m2. In this version, the flaps are cut separately and glued to the body of the folder by means of an acid-free adhesive. They should not be used to secure documents without being put in a collective box.

Please look carefully at all photographs showing varieties of our folders and solutions. There is no other product on our offer we know so much about and which has so many sub-varieties. Give us an opportunity to make the perfect folder for you.

We only use high quality cotton ties and EVA-type acid-free adhesive to produce our folders.

Flammability tests of archival boards, full-scale fire test
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  • width (b)
  • spine width (c)

Let us know in the comments section about your wishes regarding the flaps or the length of the ties.

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Omni-Box special formats

The Omni-Box system is a service whereby we produce single units and short series of archival storage products of non-standard constructions or in non-standard formats. 
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Who is Omni-Box for?

The Omni-Box storage products are mainly designed for those of our Clients who need:

  • one, a few or a few dozen units of storage products in a special, non-standard format;
  • to store a collection of books in such a manner that each volume is kept in a separate box;
  • storage products of non-standard construction.
How does it work?

First, our experienced designers make a computer design of a box or folder. After that, the product undergoes cutting and creasing by means of a digital plotter.

How should I measure an object to be stored?

Do you feel discouraged when you think of how much work it takes to take measurements of all the books to be stored in individual boxes? There is no need! For that purpose we can lend you, free of charge, the Bookmeter. With this device, which resembles an aluminium drawer, you can measure a book’s spine width, its width and height in just a few steps. It provides a precise measurement, and the data is wirelessly sent to a table on your computer. This helps you prevent making a mistake, which can happen when taking measurements manually. All you need to do is provide a reference number of each volume and… it’s done! 

This file is then used to produce a custom-made storage product for each volume.

BOOKMETER User Manual Omni-Box


Can I choose the material myself?

When preparing a quote for Omni-Box products, we usually decide which material to use based on the construction of the product, its size and the type of object to be stored in it. However, if you would like the product to be made from a different type of cardboard or paper than the one we suggest, write to us and let us know about it. If producing a given product from your preferred material is technically possible, we will take it into account when preparing the quote.  

Where do I find Omni-Box prices?

The prices of Omni-Box storage products are calculated on an individual basis. Select a construction and provide us with dimensions, and we will prepare a quote for you.