Colortrac carriers are made of two sheets of acrylic
film, a clear top sheet and a white backing sheet. The two sheets are
attached along one edge. The acrylic film is very translucent,
providing a superior image quality. These are the recommended carrier
sheets for all Colortrac scanners.
The document is placed between
the two sheets of film and then fed through the scanner, inserting the
hinged side first. The document is safely transported through the
scanner without any damage, even if there are tears, folds, damaged
edges or holes in the original.
Carrier sheets are sometimes called document wallets.