Organisation made easy with a lever arch binder

Organisation made easy with a lever arch binder

The wide array of different binders and folders on the market mean customers can choose the right style for their needs. As one of the most well known options, the lever arch binder is extremely useful for containing all of those important records and documents. The fasteners can be opened and closed with ease, making them particularly good if papers are to be added and removed frequently.

One of the biggest concerns people have with binders is the risk of damaging the papers that are stored in them. This is particularly true in the situations like above where the binder needs to be opened often to add and remove pages. A leaver arch has an advantage though because unlike ring binders the ends of the fastener generally don’t have teeth because they don’t need to snap neatly together. They are typically smooth and therefore are less likely to cause damage.

On top of the above the fastener holding the pages in place doesn’t move much when the leaver is pressed to open it. As a result they remain stable and reduce wear substantially.

Everyone with papers just lying around could make use of this kind of binder. They are great for household bills, school work, important documents, and even business presentations. If you are producing handouts the leaver can be quickly pressed to free them from the binder so you can give them out.

At OM Binding Supplies we offer a wide selection of products to cater for all manner of binding and filing needs. We are confident we have the right lever arch binder for you, offering both A4 and A5 sizes with various capacities. Each one is constructed with a high-density inner board, resulting in unsurpassed longevity.

If you are interested in our merchandise and would like more information, we would be happy to chat with you. Alternatively you can browse our website and see the options that are available, including the colours. Ordering online is easy and we accept both small and bulk orders.

Share this post