Thermo-hygrometers



The regular measurement of temperature and relative humidity is indispensable to protect cultural goods from dangers such as mould formation in the long term. The temperature in the archive room should be as constant and low as possible, i.e. 18 degrees Celsius or cooler is ideal. 20 degrees Celsius should not be exceeded.

Also make sure that the relative humidity is between 30 and 40 %. From 60 % the danger of mould formation is clearly increased.

Below you will find high-quality products from BARIGO and LUFFT for measuring room climate data. We will be happy to advise you on the selection of a suitable product.

The regular measurement of temperature and relative humidity is indispensable to protect cultural goods from dangers such as mould formation in the long term. The temperature in the archive room... read more »
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Thermo-hygrometers



The regular measurement of temperature and relative humidity is indispensable to protect cultural goods from dangers such as mould formation in the long term. The temperature in the archive room should be as constant and low as possible, i.e. 18 degrees Celsius or cooler is ideal. 20 degrees Celsius should not be exceeded.

Also make sure that the relative humidity is between 30 and 40 %. From 60 % the danger of mould formation is clearly increased.

Below you will find high-quality products from BARIGO and LUFFT for measuring room climate data. We will be happy to advise you on the selection of a suitable product.

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