Quality Park No. 10 24lb Business Envelopes - Business - #10 - 4 1/8" Width x 9 1/2" Length - 24 lb
Item Number: QUA90020B
Our Price: $54.09 / BX (savings $54.09)
Quantity in Stock: 138
- Side seams so you have a large area for printing on the back
- Fully gummed commercial flaps for easy machine insertion
- Strong, white wove material
- Packaged for sustainability (carton transforms into letter-size file box when empty)
- No. 10 for general mailing
Business envelopes in bulk feature a contemporary style with sturdy, 24 lb. white wove, super-white bright stock, side seams and full-size flaps. These commercial flaps are fully gummed. No. 10 envelopes are ideal for use with automatic envelope inserting/sealing equipment.
Manufacturer: Quality Park Products
Manufacturer Part Number: 90020B
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.qualitypark.com
Product Name: No. 10 24lb Business Envelopes
Packaged Quantity: 1000 / Box
Mailer/Envelope Type: Business
Mailer/Envelope Classification: #10
Mailer/Envelope Width: 4 1/8"
Mailer/Envelope Length: 9 1/2"
Mailer/Envelope Weight: 24 lb
Closure Type: Gummed
Weight (Approximate): 13.50 lb
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
Environmental Certification: SFI
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