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== Additional Information ==
 
== Additional Information ==
  
º Art Preservation Services: [http://www.apsnyc.com/index Website] º S. Weintraub 'Demystifying Silica Gel' [http://cameo.mfa.org/materials/ http://www.apsnyc.com/pdf/silica_gel_SW_2003.pdf Link]
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º Art Preservation Services: [http://www.apsnyc.com/index Website] º S. Weintraub 'Demystifying Silica Gel' [http://www.apsnyc.com/pdf/silica_gel_SW_2003.pdf Link]
  
 
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Description

[Art Preservation Services, NY] A former brand name for humidity buffering gel and tiles. Arten Gel tiles are shallow plastic trays that contain silica gel enclosed in a nonwoven polyolefin fabric. The covering allows moisture vapor passage in both directions. Arten Gel tiles were preconditioned to a set humidity, usually 43% RH, to provide a stable moisture content in a closed environment. The Arten Gel has now been replaced by the RHapid PAK sheets that provide silica gel in a convenient packaged form.

Additional Information

º Art Preservation Services: Website º S. Weintraub 'Demystifying Silica Gel' Link

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