Museums and archives
Paintings, furniture, canvases and other organic materials include microorganisms that thrive and multiply in high humidity. Which means that they are sensitive for mold / fungus damages.
To avoid expensive and complicated restorations, conditions that promote the growth of harmful microorganisms should be prevented. By keeping the relative humidity within limits or tightly controlled, you destroy the habitat of these microorganisms. At the same time, you also prevent the formation of corrosion on metal surfaces.
K.I.R.S.C.H. dehumidifying for museums and archives
Archives for micro-movies, books, etc. and museums benefit from a dehumidifier. A dehumidifier controls the relative humidity so you can prevent damages to the valuable exhibits and archived goods and save restoration costs.