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Subject: Storage


From: Jerry Shiner <info>
Date: Tuesday, July 16, 2002
Laura Downey <ldowney [at] unm__edu> writes

>... She would like to find a walk-in storage unit
>large enough to contain several flat files. The unit would need its
>own climate control as it would be placed either outside or in a
>warehouse without climate control. The idea is to have humidity
>control and to keep the temperature cool but comfortable for
>working. In other words it needs to be refrigerated but not frozen.
>Does anyone on the list know of a supplier for such a unit or have
>advice about the storage problem?

Micro Climate Technology's MCG30 can do this. Although the MCG30 is
designed primarily as a positive-pressure source of
humidity-controlled air for up to 6000 cubic feet of display cases,
it is versatile. With appropriate modifications and a standard,
walk-in, insulated cooler, the unit can provide the stable (cool,
not cold) temperature, and humidity-controlled storage your friend
needs. More information, including a list of museums presently using
the MCG30, may be found at

We are also now developing a unit to provide Really Cold (-10 F!)
humidity-controlled air, as well as an easy-to-use Case Leakage
Tester, a new model of the original smaller MCG unit, and reliable
humidity-controlled oxygen-free micro climate generators using
nitrogen from a membrane generator. All the MCG units are designed
to operate with neither humidity nor temperature "spikes".   It's
been a busy summer!

Jerry Shiner
Keepsafe Systems / Micro Climate Technology
Supplies and Solutions for Micro Climate and Oxygen-free display and

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