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If you care about what you’ve put into your Looseleaf Ring Binders, you’ve come to the right place.

What is a Sheet Lifter? Sheet Lifters are plastic inserts that you put in a Looseleaf Ring Binder. Sheet Lifters use a Lever Action to move your pages safely into the center of the binder when you close the binder. Without Sheet Lifters, you risk damage to your pages every time you close the Binder. If your
papers are important enough to put into a Binder, aren’t they worth complete protection?

How do you use one? Sheet Lifters go outside the pages, next to the Cover of the Binder. Put one in D-rings, two in everything else. If the Lifter has a curve, the Convex side goes up, facing the pages. See here for Sheet Lifter Placement.

To get the right Sheet Lifter for your binder, use the Sheet Lifter Selector below. If in doubt, use a bigger lifter rather than a smaller one.

You can also Browse the Store, use the categories on the left side of the page, or click here to learn more about Sheet Lifters or about our company.

 

Ring Diameter
Ring Types

Round Ring
(also Oval Rings, etc.)

Use 2 Sheet Lifters per Binder
D-Ring
Use 1 Sheet Lifter per Binder
0.5″
PC2113 – 2″ Curved Sheet Lifter
PF3113 – 3″ Flat Sheet Lifter
1″
PC2113 – 2″ Curved Sheet Lifter
PF3113 – 3″ Flat Sheet Lifter
1.5″
PC3113 – 3″ Curved Sheet Lifter
PF5113 – 5″ Flat Sheet Lifter
2″
PG4113 – 4″ Curved Sheet Lifter
PF5113 – 5″ Flat Sheet Lifter
2.5″
PG4113 – 4″ Curved Sheet Lifter
PB8113 – 8.5″ Boomerang Sheet Lifter
PF8113 – 8.5″ Flat Sheet Lifter
3″ and wider
PB8113 – 8.5″ Boomerang Sheet Lifter
PF8113 – 8.5″ Flat Sheet Lifter
Note: some widths are nominal, not actual