THIRD-PARTY TESTS CONFIRM DELTA CABINETS EXCEED PRESCRIBED AIR EXCHANGE RATES
It is essential for museum staff to find tools that help them offset the environment in which their collections are housed. We take great care to build each of our cabinets because we understand the challenges faced by museum staff.
To ensure they meet your standards, Delta cabinets undergo independent, third-party testing by New York’s Art Preservation Service. APS tests museum cabinetry for air exchange rates by measuring the loss of CO2 in the cabinets. Acceptable exchange rate for cabinetry is 50% CO2 loss over a two-day time period.
In the most recent testing, Delta cabinets more than exceeded the minimum half-time requirements of one to three days. We are thrilled to share the results of our latest testing.
THE ONLY BUGS IN OUR CABINETS SHOULD BE THOSE YOU PUT IN THERE
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