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Painting restoration

Ventilation for a restoration area

How can you preserve paintings and other works from harmful indoor air environments and simultaneously create a suitable environment for the staff? Keep reading.

 

  • Typical challenges
  • Why choose Halton
  • Reference cases
  • Deeper knowledge
  • Products
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Brushing and restoring an old book

Typical challenges

Among the typical challenges is how to create the ideal environment for the artefacts. Humidity, temperature, and amounts of air flow play a large part in this.

Another issue is how to change this environment in response to the artefacts and their condition.

Halton has answers.

Do you have a challenge that requires a solution?

Consult us! Let’s see if we have ready made solutions for you or if we can make one together!

Restoration of a sculpture

Why choose Halton?

Halton can cite many museums as references: the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Paris’s Musée d’Orsay and Louvre, and Helsinki’s Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, to list just a few.

  • 25+ years of experience
  • Improved hygiene conditions, fire safety, energy-efficiency, and comfort
  • State-of-the-art innovations

 

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