The treasures in the museums remain in top condition thanks to the right humidity. This one is preferably between
the 40-60%rV and should not be too high or too low.
Free tailor-made advice
Better conservation of the collection
Many works of art are very sensitive to air that is too dry or too humid. Works of art often contain natural materials such as wood, paper or linen. If the ambient air is too dry, these materials release moisture into the ambient air. As a result, the materials become drier, shrink, warp and can tear. As a work of art ages, it also becomes more fragile and less stretchy and it becomes increasingly difficult to keep it in optimal condition. With the right humidity, visitors can continue to enjoy the works of art for years to come.
Pleasant indoor climate
Dry air can cause headaches, dry itchy skin, a sore, dry throat and sore, tired eyes. In addition, the transmission of airborne viruses, such as influenza, is higher in areas where the air is dry (<40%rV).
An air treatment that also maintains the humidity between 40 – 60%rV is therefore an important contribution to a pleasant and healthy visiting climate. This will make visitors and employees feel more comfortable inside and less likely to get sick.
Optimal operational reliability
Thanks to our complete portfolio, we always offer a suitable solution. We take minimal and simple maintenance as a starting point. This guarantees optimum operational reliability and lower costs. Our service department is also available 24/7 for assistance. In addition, several rental or ad hoc solutions are available for calamities.
The Museum Catherijneconvent in Utrecht has also chosen the products of Aire Fresh Systems. For more information, check out the project file.
We offer custom solutions
- For exhibition spaces or large halls with a large capacity requirement, the SKV or the SKE4 very suitable.
- For the library we recommend the steam humidifiers SKV or SKE4 or the FTW41.
- For archives, depots and showcases you can use the HomeEvap or FTW41 to apply.