Heritage

Utility monitoring and control system

We recently attended an inspirational conference, held by the Museums Association, focussing on sustainability. Firstly, we were very pleased with the ongoing efforts for tackling the practicalities of sustainability amongst…

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English Tourism Week 2018

To celebrate English Tourism Week 2018, we thought we’d take a look back at how the installation of Hanwell’s Environmental Monitoring solutions helped revive the Mary Rose at Portsmouth’s Historic…

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Museums Association

Meet our new Heritage Account Manager at Museums Association 2017 We’re attending the Museums Association 2017 conference in Manchester and hope to see you there from 16th to 17th November. You…

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different types of environmental monitoring

The reasons behind most environmental monitoring requirements are either due to regulation or waste reduction and this could translate into millions of pounds worth of priceless and irreplaceable historic artefacts…

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The environment in which an artefact is stored can affect the level of deterioration that occurs. Monitoring these environments can assist conservators in identifying any problem areas where collections may…

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Travelling Museum Exhibits

Travelling museum exhibits – why you should monitor Many museums look to participate in travelling museum exhibits or loaning artefacts as a way to boost their profile and to increase…

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Light Museum

LUX and UV Light Museum Monitoring It is already recognised that long-term damage to artefacts is caused by fluctuating environmental conditions such as changing temperature, humidity, light and ultraviolet light….

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Museum Humidity Control

Museum Humidity Control Temperature and humidity are interrelated, and must be monitored and controlled in conjunction with one another. Even apparently sealed display cabinets still need to be monitored if…

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fulham palace hamper winner

At the beginning of November we exhibited our Hanwell environmental monitoring equipment at the Museums Association Conference and Exhibition in Birmingham. We had a competition running and entrants could be…

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The Hanwell wireless environmental monitoring and control range is the result of more than 20 years design and production expertise at The IMC Group Ltd. We now have over 100 data loggers…

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high relative humidity

In high relative humidity conditions insects and moulds thrive and reproduce, metals corrode, dyes and textiles fade and deteriorate more quickly, organic materials such as wood and leather swell or…

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Hanwell Instruments has launched a new weapon in the fight to wipe out insect damage at museums and galleries. For information please see our latest press release: http://www.leisure-kit.net/detail1.cfm?code=31366543&codeID=260263&linktype=EDITORIAL&dom=N

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