Inappropriate environmental conditions may cause irreversible damage to vulnerable artefacts in museums and public buildings. Critical parameters include temperature, relative humidity, lighting, particulate pollution (dust), molecular (gaseous) pollutants and pests.
Molecular filtration provides a cost-effective method of controlling harmful pollutants to ensure safe storage and display conditions. Various solutions are available, depending on the types and concentrations of gaseous pollutants, the type of artefact to be protected and the layout of the ventilation system.
Molecular filtration may be applied in either the fresh air make-up or recirculation air units. Solutions for make-up applications need to reflect the high external concentrations and one-pass operation. Solutions for recirculation applications reflect lower ambient concentrations and multi-pass operation.
Our public building and museum air cleaners have been used in a broad range of public buildings including:
- School of Arts
- Civic and Community Centres
We manufacture a range of air cleaners for use in museums and public buildings. Products include:
|CamCleaner 800||CamCleaner City M||CamCleaner 800 (Molecular)|
To discuss your requirements or to find out which air cleaner would be suitable for your application, contact the team on 0044 (0)1706 238000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org