Paintings, wood, parchment and paper have a moisture content that tends to balance with the humidity of the surrounding air therefore accurate temperature-humidity control is essential for museums. Room temperature is usually established according to the needs of visitors, and is set between 18 and 20°C. The relative humidity for the correct conservation of the works displayed should lie in the limited range between 45 and 50%. Similar problems also arise in libraries where precious documents are kept. The ideal conditions are a temperature of 18°C ±1°C and a relative humidity of 40% ±5% all year round in rooms where books are stored.
Providing humidity control drying cabinets to museums, aerial, semiconductor and optical areas, YUNBOSHI is leading in humidity and temperature control solutions. Our dry cabinet is used to protect products from moisture & humidity related damages such as mildew, fungus, mold, rust, oxidation, and warping. YUNBOSHI TECHNOLOGY focuses on the research and development of its humidity control technologies for a range of markets in pharmaceutical, electronic, semiconductor and packaging. We had been serving customers from 64 countries such as Rochester--USA and INDE-India through years. Any needs about humidity control, please feel free to contact us.