Heritage Monitoring and Control
Hanwell founded in 1990 by Dr M Hancock
Hanwell began working closely with the National Trust and the Victoria & Albert museum to develop a comprehensive range of data acquisition and control solutions.
Our discreet designs continue to utilise unrivalled, British made radio telemetry (by IMC). Hanwell Heritage environmental monitoring technology is always produced alongside a museum or gallery with a specific conservation need that meet accreditation standards and ultimately support them in their fight for preservation.
Typical Industry Measurement Options:
Latest Case Study
A Follow up with the Mary Rose Portsmouth Museum
Culmination of a 34-year restoration project with 16th century maritime engineering protected by The IMC Group’s 21st century Hanwell technology.Find out more
Protect your artefacts for traveling museum exhibits
Traveling museum exhibits – why you should monitor Many museums look to participate in traveling museum exhibits or loaning artefacts as a way to boost their profile and to increase…
Hanwell helps lighten the burden of monitoring LUX and UV within museums and historical properities
LUX and UV Light Museum Monitoring It is already recognised that long-term damage to artefacts is caused by fluctuating environmental conditions such as changing temperature, humidity, light and ultraviolet light….
Museum Humidity Control Temperature and humidity are interrelated, and must be monitored and controlled in conjunction with one another. Even apparently sealed display cabinets still need to be monitored if…
Relative Humidity (RH) within Museums
Museum Humidity The environment in which an artefact is stored can affect the level of deterioration that occurs. Monitoring these environments (such as museum humidity) assist conservators in identifying problem…