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Australia’s rich maritime collections are successively preserved in the National Maritime Museum with the help of Testo’s 160 data logger – find out how here.

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Museum visitors have had the privilege of viewing famous works of art, but ineffective preservation strategies could mean future generations won’t be able.

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The National Museum of Australia’s collection care and preservation policy establishes the true value of the testo 160 WiFi data logger series.

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The Mona Lisa survived World War II thanks to quick thinking, but temperature changes could have damaged it. The testo 160 would have been very useful.

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Humidity levels in archives must be monitored to extend the longevity of materials like parchment and photographs, and the testo 160 series can help.

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The testo 160 series is ideal for helping gallery directors and restorers monitor temperature and humidity in painting storage areas.

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Art gallery and museum directors place a high importance on preserving artwork; the testo 160 Wi-Fi data logger series was created to help with just that.

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