Arch file is a traditional way of organization and systemization of documents. Currently they come in a wide range of colours and types. How to choose a lever arch file?
Type of lever arch file/binder - there are two types, lever arch files and ring binders. Ring binders may have 2, 4 or more rings and it’s also suitable for presentation.
Size - lever arch files come most commonly in A4 format and spine sizes of 50 - 80 mm, ring binders are also available in smaller size (from 30 mm). Some lever arch files have specific depth which makes it suitable for bank statements.
Surface – you may choose more durable plastic lever arch files, plastic coated or with protective laminated coating or you may go for cheaper cardboard or paper lever arch files.
Replaceable label – spine label holder
Metallic edge – for longevity
Closure mechanism (rado lock) – keeps lever arch file closed
Spine slot – for easier shelving
Inside pockets – eg. for CD
You may choose dozens of colours and different design.
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For longterm storage you can make the use of archiving boxes where lever arch files and documents may be stored. They are stackable, save a lot of space and protect your documents against dust. Boxes can be stored in separate or in drawers, racks and archiving containers.
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Dividers help sorting documents in lever arch files and files.It can be plastic or paper. They usually come in A4 format and usually are coloured, numbered and indexed.
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For safe filing of documents into lever arch file and protection. Punched pockets come in different types - glossy, matt or coloured. Apart from basic "L" a "U" types you can also get pockets with zipper or stud. Moreover you can get pockets with extended capacity, side pocket, pocket for business cards, etc..
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Opening from the top
Opening from the top and the longer side
Opening from the top and half of the longer side
File folders, file jackets and other filing accessories