Museum / Archive
Controlling air humidity in the museum is a key factor in preserving great artworks and historical works.
Museums and archives display a large number of cultural relics and history books for future generations, which has strict control standards on indoor air humidity.
Large changes in temperature and ambient humidity can cause ancient books to freeze or crack. Besides, breeding microorganisms can become active through moisture and heat to damage books. Therefore, the indoor temperature and humidity of museums and archives should be kept constant and consistent. In addition, dehumidification can also be used to preserve microfilm to protect the fragile membrane.