Is drafting film archival? No, not really. Originally, drafting film was designed to be drawn on by pen and ink, and not change its shape over time. It was meant to be a drawing medium, not a storage medium for documents and periodicals.
How will you be using this film in an archival application? If you need a good all-around archival grade film, try our Archival Duralar™ product line, which meets the Library of Congress’ specifications for archival polyester film.