Entrapment binders are a type of vinyl binder composed of rigid chipboard sandwiched between two pieces of vinyl. The usual thickness of the chipboard is usually at least 110 pt. thick.
For design purposes, entrapment binders feature covers made from sheets – printed using the four-color print process – sealed inside the vinyl panels along with the chipboard. This sealing process allows customers to have designs on the front or back of their binder in much the same way as a clearview binder (a binder with a clear pocket on the front) but in a much more professional manner.
Having the page sealed also prevents the front cover page from falling out or tilting off-center.
Worried about not being able to purchase exactly what you need in an entrapment binder? Don’t fret.
Professional binder companies offer as many as 40 colors to choose from. Additionally, entrapment binders can come in 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, and 6-ring varieties, and they are available in both 11” x 8.5” and 8.5” x 5.5” as a standard, but can also be customized to any sheet size needed.