In addition to document preservation of old county or city land records; we reproduce them in high quality for your document archive. Our Document Preservation Services will transform your deteriorating, fading and badly worn record books into long-lasting, easy-to-read archival prints, bound in space-saving, durable binders.
Document Preservation Features
- The microfilm is processed in a deep-well processor and checked for quality before printing.
- We reproduce your documents, printing each page directly from the microfilm.
- Document reproduction is done by electrostatic Xerography – a special archival printing process in which the toner is literally baked into the paper rather than being fused to the surface.
- New record books are printed on acid-free, highest archival quality, 100% rag, linen ledger paper.
- Finished prints are inspected for completeness, continuity of pages, archival quality and proper toner fusing front and back.
The Document Preservation Process
- Deteriorating original books/documents are filmed in-house.
- The film is processed and documents reproduced on 100% rag, linen ledger paper.
- The prints are carefully inspected.
- Following trimming and punching, the re-created books are assembled.