Active Low Oxygen Display Cases
‘Anoxia’ means ‘lack of oxygen’. Works of art are usually stored and displayed in air, which includes 21% oxygen. Exposure to oxygen leads to deterioration of most materials through two processes: oxidation and hydrolysis. Light exposure and the presence of moisture play an important role in any degradation: display in gallery lighting and normal air eventually leads to deterioration of each component of the artwork.
Effects & Advantages of Anoxic prevention
- Protection against aerobic microbial and anaerobic bacterial growth;
- Prevention of humidity damage
- Optimal flexibility;
- Minimal operating cost
- Controll system can handle 100+ connected spaces/rooms independently;
- Central control unit can manage rooms with different climatic conditions;
- System can be used simultaneously for treatment, conservation and fire prevention purposes;
- Maintenance friendly;
- Easy operations: fully automatic, semi-automatic or manual.
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