Für unsere englisch-sprachigen Leser: Presentation about Custos Aeris as dew-point-monitor for cultural assets like glass-paintings

Custos aeris dew point monitor for cultural assets like glass paintings

As early as 1990-1996, extensive studies on the structure and effect of protective glazing were carried out in a Franco-German research project on the conservation of natural stones and glass paintings.The aim was to develop basic rules for the protection efficiency of ventilated exterior protective glazing.
In 2016, as part of a DBU project on climate stabilisation for protective glazing in St. Sebald, it was explicitly pointed out that only a limited number of generally applicable basic rules for the construction of exterior protective glazing can be derived, but that in any case climate control must take place in the air gap.

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