Protective enclosures for art on paper, archives and library materials

by Dirk Schönbohm, Eva Glück, Michael Kühner, Gerhard Banik

Today, it is generally acknowledged that art on paper as well as archive and library materials should be stored in protective enclosures. These enclosures should mechanically protect the objects during transportation, prevent the deposition of dust and dirt and should provide basic protection against floods and fire at least to some extent.

Since 2004 various case studies and discussions have been undertaken on the micro-climatic conditions in filled and unfilled prototective packagings and boxes, and the influence they have in respect to climatic fluctiuations on the stored item.    

Read more about this study in our Knowledge section, where you may find the summarized results of the reserach study or print your personal copy. >> Basic information (PDF)

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