FEATURE DETAILS
STYLES OF ENVELOPES

Envelope with a near rectangular flap along the short edge.
Small Pockets for general correspondence. Large Pockets when extra strength is required for content such as;

  • Magazines
  • Catalogues
  • Annual reports
  • Legal documents

Envelope with a triangular flap along the longer edge.
Used for lightweight correspondence, commercial documents and direct mail.
Generally suitable for machine insertion.

Envelope with near rectangular flap along the longer edge.
Small Wallets are used for light weight correspondence. Large Wallets/Booklet Mailers are used for booklets, small catalogues and commercial documents.

FACE OF ENVELOPES

Front of envelope is plain with no window panel.
Used for Lightweight correspondence. Suitable for hand inserted & addressed letters or documents.

Front of envelope includes a window panel.
Used for lightweight correspondence. No labelling required.
Suitable for documents that have been pre-addressed.

Front of the envelope is pre-printed with Internal Mail Grid.
Used to distribute sensitive correspondence within a company. Interoffice envelopes can be used over and over again.

CLOSURE OF ENVELOPES

Simply peel back peel strip and seal.
No moisture or licking required.
Designed for hand insertion.
Stronger seal.
Longer shelf life.

Requires moisture to close.
Ideal for large jobs via mail houses.
Generally suitable for machine insertion.

Envelope flaps with no adhesive properties, no seal at all.
Mainly used in x-ray industry, and for interoffice use.

Only available in CD & DVD.
Envelope flap inserts into pre-slit area.
Helps to keep flap down when storing CD & DVD's.

FEATURES OF ENVELOPES

Available in heavy weight and ultra heavy weight.

4 blank boxes pre-printed on the bottom right hand corner of the envelope.
Used for hand written 4 digit postcode.

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