Plastic Binding Covers
Plastic binding covers are one of the most common finishing touches to any wire, comb or coil bound document. Add a quick professional glossy finish to your document with a clear binding cover (various thicknesses available) or go for a more modern matt look with a frosted plastic cover.
Our most popular cover is the standard A4 230 micron clear PVC cover this has enough rigidity to be a sturdy and smart cover but not so thick as to affect the overall bulk of the document.
It is extremely difficult to recycle PVC and large amounts end up in landfill. So PET covers are the environmentally friendly option as they are made from a large part of recycled material and they are easily recyclable after use.
Frosted binding covers are a much thicker plastic cover with a rough matt surface. You will still see pictures and titles through this cover but it adds a bulkier, textured effect to any document that is great for thicker books or training manuals where you want really durable protection.
Polyester binding covers are heat-resistant for use with a thermal binding system.
All the binding covers on this page are supplied unpunched at standard sheet sizes, A4 or A3. We also supply ready punched plastic binding covers to take that extra step out of your workload. View these here.
- Gloss finish on clear plastic binding covers
- Supplied unpunched at standard A5, A4 and A3 sheet sizes.
- Frosted plastic covers are made from polypropylene
Also Known as:
- PVC covers
- Acetate covers
- Plastic covers
- Clear covers
- Plain binding covers
What our customers say about this product:
Feedback on these items is hard to get as they are a very simple product if you are using them there is not much that can go wrong! When we asked we had plenty of comments that quality was good and the thinner plastic covers didn't have the static problems that some covers have.
A tip from one customer was to thoroughly crack the pack of covers before opening the pack to free the individual sheets and stop covers sticking together. Bend and lightly twist the pack of covers in different directions and you will hear the sheets separating. After a few bends they will be far easier to use when you open them. This applies particularly to the glossy PVC covers, the thicker polypropylene covers usually do not stick together as they are much heavier weight.
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