Tube clips bring all the advantages of a ring-binder to your lateral files.
File folders take up far less space than ring binders, but without anything to hold your paperwork in place papers can sometimes slide or fall out of folders. By contrast, ring binders hold papers securely but take up a lot of space.
That’s where our tube clips come in.
File folders with tube clips give you the best of both worlds. They take up far less space than ring or lever arch binders, but still hold paperwork securely.
Fully assembled, tube clips are comprised of an adhesive base (with two prongs), and two plastic parts (a bar used to hold the pages securely in place, and a U piece which allows pages to be added and removed easily), these universal 3-in-1 clips work in much the same way as lever arch file mechanism, holding paperwork in place and allowing easy access without the need to remove the entire contents of the file.
This listing is for the adhesive tube clip bases only, and is intended for customers who either do not use the top pieces, or who have ended up with too many top pieces and not enough bases. This listing does not include the pressure bar and u-piece. However, we do also sell the tops. Please check our other listings, or feel free to contact us.
- Adhesive bases for Ausrecord tube clips
- 50mm long prongs
- Capable of storing more than 700 sheets of 80gsm paper
- Compatible with all Ausrecord file folders
- Easy to use
Ausrecord tube clips feature 50mm long prongs, giving them the ability to store over 700 sheets of 80gsm office paper.
Take advantage of our online-only volume discounts!
- Orders of 500 tube clip bases receive a 5% discount
- Orders for 1000 tube clip bases (or more) receive a 10% discount.
Simply add your tube clip bases to the cart and your discount will be applied automatically at checkout.
*Please note that these discounts apply only to purchases made via ausrecord.com
Please be aware that our reorder codes have changed over time.
New traditional tube clip bases use the alphanumeric re-order code CTBASE, but older stock may display any of the following reorder code(s):