11x17 Binder PressGuard® Panel Featuring a 0.5" Round Ring Executive Red Includes 2 binders

Ruby Paulina LLC.

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Are you looking for a lightweight binder that is easy to transport less than 100 pages of 11” x 17” tabloid-size drawings? Congratulations and great job on finding this one of a kind 11x17 binder. These binders are made from PressGuard® material and feature a small 0.5” round ring. Great for any engineering company or student. Included in your order will be two 11x17 binders. Our customers say that they appreciate the lightweight construction and mobility of this product.

Holds 11" x 17" Tabloid size paper

Bound on 11" Side

80 Sheets of 24lb paper

0.5" Round Ring uses Standard 3-Hole Pattern

Sold per Pack of 2 Binders

Made in USA

11x17 binder executive red pressboard

Panel Material Used

This ring binder features panels made from 0.20” PressGuard®, a premium material that is moisture resistant, lightweight, and flexible. Long Falls Paperboard (formally FiberMark) makes this material. It is very similar to an older model board material called Genuine Pressboard™. PressGuard® is a compressed multi-ply fiberboard material. Boards have a smooth interior finish, and the exterior has a distinctive mottled surface plus an embossed leather look. PressGuard® includes a high-gloss clear acrylic coating to provide resistance of staining and moisture. This feature is a crucial advantage over the Genuine Pressboard™ predecessor.

Half inch 0.5

Ring Mechanism Used

For this 11x17 binder we have chosen to use a round, half-inch (0.5 inches) 3-ring system. We use a nickel finish metal that included two thumb triggers for opening and/or closing. We will alternate between 16mm and 20mm bases. The rings are secured to the spine of the binder with two steel tubular rivets. Our half-inch round ring can secure about 80 sheets of 24lb copy paper. Using thicker stocks of paper will dramatically reduce its page capacity. This model ring uses a standard 3-hole spacing pattern like a normal 3-ring binder. This hole pattern is 8.5” Center to Center from the outside rings. Meaning the three holes are 4.25” center to center apart.

“No need for special hole-punches.”

Landscape 11x17 Binder

Users should hole punch their tabloid (11x17) sheets on the 11” side of the paper. This orientation is commonly referred to as a Landscape Binder. The hole pattern is the same used as standard 3-hole punches.

Who uses this style 0.5 Inch 11x17 Notebook?

McDermott Has been an engineering customer of 11x17 Inc. since 1994. They have utilized many of our products. Half inch ring binders like this one are used primarily in engineering and construction environments.

Similar 11x17 Binders

If your looking for the same style 11x17 ring binder and design as this product but would like it in another color, we would suggest our Midnight Blue version. It is the same product but in another color.

Or if you are looking for a larger capacity like a black 1-inch binder, we have them in our 11x17 View Binders.

Extra Information

Ruby Paulina LLC.
Sold By:
Package of 2 units
Media Size:
11x17 (Tabloid)
Bound on Shortest Side
Panel Type:
Executive Red
80 sheets of 24lb paper
Binding Type:
0.50" (1/2 inch) Round Ring
Hole Pattern:
Standard 3-Hole, 4.25" Center to Center
Office & Field
Made in:
Can be Screen Printed
Material Thickness:
Media Format: Landscape, bound on shortest side

Warranty Information

We warranty the product for Six (6) months against defects caused by poor craftsmanship, defective hardware or materials. Manufactured Seconds and Custom products may not be refunded, returned, or exchanged.

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