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Envelopes Defined


The table below gives definitions for the more commonly produced envelopes that are in use in Europe.

Please discuss directly with your supplier about your specific needs. Click here for contact details of all FEPE envelope manufacturers.

Name     Size (mm)      Comments
 
B4                     250x353                 
 
C4                     229x324                    A4 sheet
 
B5                     176x250                 
 
C5                     162x229                   A4 sheet folded in half
 
B6                     125x176                   A4 sheet folded in quarters
 
C6                     114x162                 
 
DL                     110x220                   A4 sheet folded in thirds
                                                                   Most Common!
 
C7                     81x114                      A5 sheet folded in quarters
 

 
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