Quality Park No. 10 Window Bulk-pack Envelopes - Single Window - #10 - 9 1/2" Width x 4 1/8" Length
Item Number: QUA69222B
Our Price: $96.63 / CT (savings $78.86)
Quantity in Stock: 26
- Removable strip provides clean, quick seal immediately upon contact
- Peel-off strip protects adhesive from dust for longer shelf life
- 24 lb. white wove window envelope with Redi-Strip closure and inside tint for security of contents
- 1000 / Carton; Packaged for sustainability (carton transforms into letter-size file box when empty)
- Size: No. 10 (4-1/8" x 9-1/2")
No. 10 business window envelopes feature a removable sealing strip for a clean, quick seal without moisture. Simply peel back the strip and fold the flap closed. Pressure-sensitive gum forms a permanent bond. The paper strip keeps the adhesive free of dust, ensuring a long shelf life. White wove envelopes are security tinted. 24 lb. envelopes come in a bulk shipping container to reuse as letter-size file box for home or business use.
Manufacturer: Quality Park Products
Manufacturer Part Number: 69222B
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.qualitypark.com
Product Name: No. 10 Window Bulk-pack Envelopes
Packaged Quantity: 1000 / Carton
Mailer/Envelope Type: Single Window
Mailer/Envelope Classification: #10
Mailer/Envelope Width: 9 1/2"
Mailer/Envelope Length: 4 1/8"
Mailer/Envelope Weight: 24 lb
Closure Type: Gummed
Features: Moisture Resistant,Dust-free,Security Tint
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
Environmental Certification: SFI
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