Stored goods or goods that remain at one place for a long time have always found humidity as their worst enemy. May it be mold and fungus gathering on the books and equipment and other storage materials or decay of paper or even paper turning yellow. It is all as a result of humidity playing its tricks.
High content of moisture for libraries, data centres, and museums can easily lead to mold and fungus growth on the books and stored items, thus causing losses.
Libraries are storage for expensive books and a centre for knowledge for many. Growth of mold and fungus besides causing hazardous health effects on users, can lead to tremendous damage of books.
Museums store objects that are made of wood, leather, paper, organic material, bones, etc. These materials are precious and irreplaceable and any deterioration caused to them can lead to irreparable damage to valuable property. Therefore, extra care is needed to preserve the material.
Mold and Fungus produced on the books and other storage devices, as a result of high humidity, spreads the spores in the air which then cause poor IAQ problems for occupants and visitors. The spores can be considered light weight off springs or seeds of the mold which can easily float in air quite considerable distances.
Regular ongoing measures need to be taken to safeguard these places. Right levels of RH, from 45-55%, need to be maintained to control humidity from destroying the products.
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