St. Armand Tissue
St. Armand Tissue is often used as a protective layer for protecting artworks in storage or as interleaving between prints or book pages.
This white tissue paper is produced from wood pulp which as gone through a bisulfphate process to extract lignin and then buffered with calcium carbonate to further help neutralize acids.
Using the TAPPI test, an industrial test in which the whole sheet for is ground up to test the paper contents, St. Armand has found the pH of this paper falls within 6.7 to 7.2 pH upon manufacture.
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