A British manufacturer of wireless environmental monitoring solutions will be showcasing its products at this year’s American Institute for Conservation (AIC) Annual Conference in New England on May 13-17, the largest event in North America for conservation professionals.
Hanwell Solutions’ wireless monitoring and control range is world renowned for offering accurate and reliable environmental monitoring products for a variety of sectors - technology that also helps those looking to preserve cultural heritage.
Controlling temperature and humidity within predefined targets can play a vital role in providing the optimal conditions for the treatment, protection and care of artefacts, artworks, architecture, archaeology and museum collections. Hanwell supplies wireless and USB data loggers which are FCC approved and cover all critical parameters for conservation, including temperature, relative humidity, light, UV, insect pest control and much more.
The firm’s cutting-edge monitoring technology can help conservators discreetly monitor the required environment for cultural heritage buildings and collections, and be secure in the knowledge that they will be automatically warned of any sudden fluctuation in conditions. Historical data generated from these systems can also be used for regulatory compliance and can be accessed via mobile, PC or tablet
Relying on manual checks for temperature monitoring is prone to human error and the possibility of mechanical failure out of hours. Hanwell has developed reliable, robust and technologically superior products made in the UK that can provide ultimate peace of mind.
Visitors to Hanwell’s booth 219 at the AIC Conference will be able to see for themselves automated environmental control solutions that have assisted in the conservation and preservation of treasured artefacts and fantastic historic buildings across the globe.