KLUG's expertise

With over 150 years of experience, KLUG-CONSERVATION has developed the know-how to produce premium quality products, ensuring maximum permanency for the long-term preservation of cultural assets for archives, museums, libraries and picture framers.
KLUG-CONSERVATION's core area of expertise is the preservation of tangible cultural heritage. An appropriate preservation method respects and preserves, at all times, the intangible value of the cultural artefact.

The close collaboration with clients and cooperation with the paper industry, research institutes, academies and universities promotes the development of improved or innovative products. This is essential for maintaining a consistently high quality standard, as well as keeping up-to-date with latest developments in the conservation field. This enables us to provide you with the finest products, economical solutions and technical competency which we would like to share with you in our „Technical Knowledge folders".

If you have any queries, our team of specialists are happy to assist and advise.

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New in our range: Passepartout board 015, light white, 1.5 mm - now available in the format 84 x 124 cm.
19.04.2022

Due to high demand, the 84 x 124 cm format of our passe-partout board 015, light white, 1.5 mm thick, has been added to our standard range. » more

Addition to our range of archival board 04799 grey-blue/natural white – now also in 1.1 mm thickness
05.04.2022

We are expanding our standard range of 04799 archival board with a soft core and finished surface to include a grey-blue/natural white board with a thickness of 1.1 mm. This closes the gap between 0.9 mm and 1.3 mm. » more