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Subject: Anoxia


From: Ercole Gialdi <egialdi<-a>
Date: Monday, October 27, 2008
Tamara Jaeger <tamarajaeger [at] hotmail__com> writes

>We are considering purchasing a large enclosure similar to the
>Rentokil "Bubble" for anoxic pest eradication treatments of objects
>and archival materials that cannot be frozen. I am interested in
>hearing what systems other institutions are using as well as their
>associated benefits and drawbacks.

At RGI Genova Italy <URL:> we manufacture
nitrogen generators properly conceived for the Institutions dealing
with cultural heritage conservation. The generators VELOXY are
characterized by low weight, small dimension and flexibility in
usage; their cost is surely affordable. The British Library of
London, the Royal Ontario Museum of Toronto, the Tecknishe Museum of
Wien have choosen VELOXY.

I would suggest to Tamara Jager using gas-proof film to prepare
enclosures tailor-made over the size and shape of the objects to be
treated by anoxia. This way of working is extremely simple and

Ercole Gialdi
RGI Resource Group Integrator
Via Pellettier 3 Genova 16145 Italy
+39 010 3626002
Fax: +39 010 3626799

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