Document Sheet Carrier A1/D size (23.39" x 33.11") Clear Front 5mil, White Back 4mil)
carrier sheets have been used, very effectively, for many years in the
reprographics industry. They virtually eliminate damage to original
documents as they pass through the copying or imaging equipment.
Document carriers should be used for any large document that can that is
considered irreplaceable, or for documents that are very thin or have
damage. A scanning department should always have carrier sheets on
hand, for damaged documents, they are reusable and if handled carefully,
they can last for a long time.
Graphtec carriers are made of two sheets of polyester
film, a clear top sheet and a white backing sheet. The two sheets are
attached along one edge. They are not the best for intricate image
details or weak lines but they are very durable and seem to outlast the
Colortrac sheets. (can cause problems with Colortrac scanners, due to
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. SaveSaveSaveSaveSave