Effective environmental monitoring for better preventive conservation

Optimise your collections environment and reduce your carbon footprint.

Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST

We help conservation teams to optimise their collection environment and evaluate energy savings

ONGOING PROJECTS

With Object Care, monitoring collection environment in Train World

March 2022

Safeguarding heritage is done by collaborating with experts. With conservators from Object Care we monitor Train World's collection environment. With our software, risk analyses can now easily be made and shared.

Monitoring climate for KU Leuven Special Collections

June 2022

We permanently monitor climate conditions in two locations managed by KU Leuven Special Collections: a large warehouse with paper collection and the KU Leuven University Library.

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Climate and light monitoring in the new H.C. Andersen Museum

June 2021

CHARP Art Care permanently monitors climate and light conditions in the new H.C. Andersen museum in Odense, Denmark. For a total of 42 showcases and 5 galleries.

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Monitoring climate and saving energy in the Maurits Sabbe Library

June 2021

We now permanently monitor climate conditions in the Maurits Sabbe Library. The aim is to optimise the indoor climate, save energy, and relate the collection environment to actual object conditions.

https://pwrb.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/nl/maurits-sabbe-library-leuven-4/

Environmental monitoring showcase Lam Gods

January 2021

CHARP Art Care was commissioned to permanently monitor climate and light conditions in multiple showcases in Saint Bavo's Cathedral in Ghent, Belgium.

Read our blog post for more info.