|Global Product Type||Binders-Ring|
|Capacity Range [Max]||Available in: 1 1/2", 1", 2", 3", 4" or 5"|
|Sheet Capacity||Available in: 220, 375, 500, 600, 775 or 950|
|Color(s)||Available in: Black, Navy Blue, Red or Royal Blue|
|Binder Sheet Size||11 x 8 1/2|
|Number of Fasteners||3|
|Inside Pockets||Available in: One Back or One Front|
|Special Features||With Finger Hole|
Thank you very much for your question. I did find out that this item is not considered an "acid free" binder, but I am so glad that you sent your question because our office supply database in the seach above, does use the term "acid-free" when you put it into the search bar. I entered "Acid-Free binder" and came up with a couple of pages of results.
I could not find an Acid free binder in royal blue, but was able to find a view binders that was a 3" compacity that should work. It is a white 3" view binder that has a cover that is "acid free" and it does have additional information about this item in the product overview, and product specs. Here is the linke to the 3 inch Acid free binder, and please let us know if there is anything else we can do for you.
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