Strips for monitoring deterioration of cellulose acetate film.
The cellulose acetate films decompose slowly at room temperature, emitting gases that resemble the vinegar's aroma - hence the process is known as "vinegar syndrome".
These strips represent a safe way to detect and measure vinegar syndrome in film collections. When placed inside the containers they change color in the presence of acid vapors. Each kit contains complete instructions for use, a printed reference pencil with four color bands corresponding to acidity levels, and 250 detector strips (38x10mm).
Glassine acid-free paper, without alkaline reserve, made from selected chemical pulp, for conservation uses. The transparency of the paper is obtained without the use of salts, additives or surface chemical treatments. Smooth surface to the touch. pH minimum 6.8, weight 41grs. Available in 61x91cm sheet in 500-sheet packages.
Available in coils with 1.5 x 91m.
Use: To interlayer/detach photos, as a transparent protection in the envelope shape, and so to protect works of art.
Kit that lets you take professional photos without any shadows or undesirable reflections. Ideal for cataloging works of art and for photographic registration during conservation and restoration interventions. Available in 60x60x60 cm; 90x90x90cm; 120x120x120 cm; 150x150x210cm.
The 60 ', 90' and 120 '' kits include the cube with anti-reflective screen, tripod, focus lamp and 500W lamp, silver-white reflector panel, white PVC bottom, a transport box.
The Kit of 150 includes the cube with anti-reflective screen, 4 tripods, 4 focus lamps and 4 lamps of 500W, white background screen.