We use anoxia disinsection to treat wood-feeding organisms (xylophage) and micro-organisms, based on inert, high-purity gases and controlled temperature and humidity, all while taking the environmental impacts into consideration.
We work with specialized biologists to detect and eliminate any kind of biological threat, and prepare preliminary and final reports based on our findings.
Our equipment includes:
- On-site cameras to monitor inert gases
- Portable equipment to perform on-site treatments
We prepare preliminary and final reports completed by specialized biologists who detect and eliminate any kind of biological threat.
- Scanning of artworks without direct contact, to issue condition reports, digitalization and computer registration
- Scanning of 3D objects for 3D packaging
Museum Interior Architecture:
- Sweep scanning of artwork within a room, to collect important information such as: location, dimensions, distances and records
- Museum evacuation and emergency floor plans
- Floor plans to identify electrical, fire safety, security , and other related equipment
- For virtual visits, website images, tourist guides, etc.
Our Museum Exhibition Design Department specializes in exhibition furniture design, production and installation. Our designs provide superior artwork conservation, by managing environmental factors, including control of air quality and any pollutants that may harm historic pieces.
Since 1992, we have been pioneers in the design of microclimatic frames, with production of more than 600 units. Our knowledge and expertise is guaranteed by the E.U., granting us participation in the prestigious PROPAINT, MEMORI, NANO FOR ART investigation projects.
Microclimatic frames stabilize relative humidity, light radiation and air quality, while creating a physical and protective barrier against environmental pollutants. These frames are specifically designed for each piece, allowing for customizable options, such as: type of frame (hidden or visible), finishes and accessories.
Our technicians travel across the globe to install microclimatic frames in renowned museums and international institutions.
CONSERVATION AND MATERIALS
We have a wide-range of materials for preventive conservation, ensuring stability and the ability to co-exist with other objects.
All the materials that we use or sell are previously tested in a laboratory, with current technical data, certifying behaviour and quality. Our Technical Department also offers a consulting service for special cases.
Fluids: for cleaning delicate and sensitive materials, and providing artwork surface protection, by achieving a high waterproof level.
Air quality optimization: through microclimatic frames in museum galleries and exhibitions, that control volatile component levels, measured via dosimeters
ICM: (Integrated Conservation Module): a storage system that establishes optimal environmental conditions, based on the piece it contains, as well as security measures and air/water tightness for special cases
Anti-sismic System: supports that ensure stability of the art pieces, protecting against shock and vibration