Archival Tyvek® is used by museums and art packagers to protect a variety of items such as paintings, sculptures, sketches, documents, and many other materials during shipping and storage. Archivists also use it as a crate liner for shipping artwork.
- 5.3 mil
- 1.25 oz/yd2 [42.5 g/m2]
- pH neutral
- Breathable and highly water resistant
- 3" Core
- 1 Roll/ Box
Why Choose Archival Quality Tyvek® ?
Archival Quality soft Tyvek® style 14M has no anti-static treatments and is safe for archival use. Made from 100% high-density polyethylene fibers, Archival quality Tyvek® is manufactured in a unique flash-spinning process without the use of binders. Tyvek® is formed by a continuous process from very fine 0.5-1.0 micrometer fibers - 50 times smaller than a human hair. These fibers are first spun and then bonded together by heat and pressure until a solid sheet structure is formed. All Tyvek® styles have a neutral pH7.
Features of Archival Quality Tyvek®
- 14M - 1.25oz/yd²
- No anti-static treatments
Archival quality Tyvek® styles 14M is soft, flexible, water and tear resistant, particulate free, and breathable. Since Tyvek® can be easily sewn, glued, or taped, it can be fabricated into soft cushions, dust covers, sleeves, garment bags, storage bags - or taken from the roll as needed to create clean work areas, table tops, or displays.
Soft-structure Tyvek® style 14M is widely used because it is:
- pH neutral and anti-stat free - There are no anti-static coatings or treatments on 14M
- Lightweight and tear resistant - Tyvek® has an excellent strength-to-weight ratio
- Water resistant and breathable - Tyvek® is equally strong wet or dry, and best of all, it breathes
- Versatile and fabric-like - Tyvek® can be used right from the roll, or is easily fabricated into cushions or sleeves
Temperature Ranges for Tyvek®
Tyvek® provides superb performance across a wide range of temperatures. In cold temperatures it retains its toughness and flexibility down to -131°F (-73°C). It will not begin to shrink until the temperature reaches 2447°F (118°C) or melt until 275°F (135°C). The auto-ignition temperature for Tyvek® is 650°F (343°C)