For the good conservation of the works it is essential that the microclimatic, lighting and air quality parameters of the exhibition environment have values that respect the MiBACT guidelines.
In particular, the display cabinets are no longer simple "containers", but real safeguards for the conservation of the work.
Starting from the climatic conditions of the exhibition areas, our goal is to contain as much as possible:
- thermal damping
- humidity fluctuations
- exchange of air with the external environment
In addition to the international recommendations on the photosensitivity categories of artefacts and finds, a number of other parameters must be respected:
- uniformity of illumination
- UV component
- thermal shock and heat dissipation
- energy saving
- Management costs
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