Humidification Control is Essential for the Preservation of Museum Exhibits.
Fog Systems Use Less Energy than Steam Compressed Air or Ultra-Sonic
MeeFog™ treats the air to meet the humidity requirements of both artifacts and visitor comfort.
An important factor in the preservation of museum and art collections is the ability to stabilize the surrounding environment. Fluctuations in temperature and humidity caused by external factors are a problem for museums and may have a damaging effect. This fluctuation (specifically low RH) accelerates the deterioration process causing warpage and shrinking.
Other elements such as chemicals in steam humidification systems have been found to accelerate the aging process of certain artifacts as well.
Mee Industries helps combat these potentially harmful dry and low humidity levels by applying a process called adiabatic humidification (pure water). This process continuously monitors and controls the amount of humidity introduced into the air while helping maintain the overall temperature.
Savings in running costs and low maintenance routines means that a MeeFog system will typically pay for itself within one year.