ACCO® Pressboard 8-Part Classification Folders, Letter Green, Box of 10 - 4" Folder Capacity - L
Item Number: ACC15048
Our Price: $60.87 / BX (savings $36.33)
Quantity in Stock: 150
- 8-part/3 center leaf design matches any organization and storage need
- Tyvek-reinforced, expandable file gusset provides maximum durability
- Eight 1" fasteners match the number of folder parts
- Letter-size; Green
- 10 folders / box
Classification folder functions as the perfect file organizer, complete with tabs on the cover and dividers for easy titling. Durable, classification folders are ideal for keeping important documents in place. Each folder is made of 25 point recycled pressboard with expandable, color-matched Tyvek gussets. Three partitions help create eight filing surfaces - each with a 1" size fastener - to maximize your filing opportunities. Each folder expands 4" to hold a thick stack of your important documents.
Manufacturer: ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number: A7015048
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.acco.com
Product Name: 4" Exp. 3 Partition Classification Folders
Packaged Quantity: 10 / Box
Folder Capacity: 4"
Sheet Standard: Letter
Sheet Size: 8 1/2" Width x 11" Length
Number of Fasteners: 8
Fastener Capacity: 1"
Number of Dividers: 8
Folder Thickness: 8 pt.
Features: Tyvek Gusset,Reinforced Gusset,Expandable Gusset,Durable
Color: Leaf Green
Additional Information: Tabs for titling8 part/three center
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