Museums and Archives
Excessive humidity in archives or museums can damage materials, books, wood, works of art, paintings, and computer and electronic tools.
The moisture content in museums and archives is typically caused by the following factors:
- nsufficient air changes.
- Visitors and operators.
- Rising damp.
- Inadequately insulated old buildings
Excessive humidity in archives or museums can damage materials, books, wood, works of art, paintings, and computer and electronic tools. Humidity values higher than 70% create an ideal environment for the proliferation of mould and bacteria which, in addition to causing breathing problems for users, can seriously damage any material in a room. FRAL dehumidifiers allow for accurate control of environmental humidity. They are equipped with a sensor that detects the humidity value and automatically turns the appliance on or off. The modern and minimally invasive design allows for installation even in prestigious premises. FRAL Portable Air Conditioners can be used in rooms requiring temperature control.