[Showa Kosan, Japan] A brand name for an absorbent Zeolite clay that absorbs moisture from the air to help create low-humidity environments. They are typically used in the transportation, storage, or maintenance of materials and products.
Note: As of 2022, this product no longer seems to be available on the Internet.
Resources and Citations
- M.Cassar "Checklist for the Establishment of a Microclimate", The Conservator, UKIC, No. 9 1985.
- Pam Hatchfield, Pollutants in the Museum Environment, Archetype Press, London, 2002