Environmental monitoring is the key to preventive cultural relics-constant temperature and humidity needs. Museum's cultural relics preservation environment refers to the general independent space of collecting and displaying various types of mobile cultural relics, including various physics, chemistry, and biological conditions in the cultural relic warehouse, exhibition hall, exhibition cabinet, storage cabinet (box, box) and other spaces. A large number of studies at home and abroad show that environmental factors are the main causes of degradation damage to museum collections.
The main factors that trigger the degradation damage of museums include temperature and humidity, light radiation, pollution gases (including particulate matter) and harmful creatures. Among them, the fluctuations of environmental humidity and the impact of various pollution gases have the most significant damage effect on collected cultural relics. Therefore, effectively monitoring and controlling the preservation environment of the collected cultural relics can maximize the destruction of environmental factors to the greatest extent, which is the key to protecting the cultural relics of precious museums from the source.
This is the development trend in the field of cultural relics science today, and it is also an urgent requirement for my country's current mobile cultural relics protection. Constant temperature, constant wet rising boost showcase.