One of the most important steps to ensure that a heritage collection remains in good condition is to optimise the storage areas and the indoor climate. If the climate is not up to standard, the degradation processes of the objects can accelerate, resulting in all kinds of damage. In addition, we take the threat of biological damage by pests and fungi very seriously. To prevent this, we can carry out climate checks. This involves mapping and analysing factors that can influence a climate, after which an advisory report is issued.
The implementation of climate control proceeds as follows:
Inventory: the situation is recorded on-site, and measurements are taken if necessary.
Analysis: the data from the inventory is analysed and included in an advisory report.
Implementation: the recommendations from the report are implemented in the relevant space.