The National Gallery of Victoria boasts Australia’s finest art and priceless items from institutions worldwide. How does Testo help to protect this collection?
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Temperature and humidity are two major dangers to the lifespan of Australia’s historical artifacts. That’s why archivists need Testo’s climate monitoring tools.
Museums Victoria house some of Australia’s most valuable collections of indigenous cultures, history and science. Here’s how the Testo Saveris 1 helps better environmental control.
Quality control relies on precise calibration measurements. Testo not only provides instruments that get the job done, but also service to back them up!
Green buildings are designed with sustainable materials in mind, but those recycled, waste-based components could release toxic elements that impact IAQ.
The testo 440 IAQ and air velocity measurement instrument offers technicians more than just the ability to get the job done.
Recent findings on diesel emissions and their risk to human health are prompting a new emphasis on nanoparticle testing, and the NanoMet3 can help.
The National Museum of Australia’s collection care and preservation policy establishes the true value of the testo 160 WiFi data logger series.
After a resurgence in black lung disease cases it’s clear that nanoparticle testing for coal mining will play a role moving forward with the testo DiSCmini.
Temperature monitoring is incredibly important, especially in hospitals and research facilities. Here’s how Testo Saveris can help.
Simplifying facility management; it’s a phrase experts have attempted for years, but that the testo 420 air flow hood actually accomplishes.
The testo 160 Wi-Fi data logger was designed for art preservation, but it remains useful in laboratory and public safety applications as well.
The testo 160 series is ideal for helping gallery directors and restorers monitor temperature and humidity in painting storage areas.