Eradication des insectes nuisibles

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Ecologique- Non toxique - Respectueux – 100% efficace

Préservation des œuvres d'art, des antiquités et de leur valeur: Le traitement WARMAIR de Thermo Lignum fait partie intégrante du processus de préservation et de restauration lorsqu'il s'agit d'éradiquer le ver du bois et les mites Nous exterminons les nuisibles tels que le ver du bois (Anobium punctatum), la grosse vrillette (Xestobium rufovillosum), le lycte brun (Lyctus brunneus), le capricorne des maisons (Hylotrupes bajulus), la mite, l'anthrène (Anthrenus verbasci), etc. d'une part, et les champignons tels que la pourriture sèche, d'autre part.  La technique écologique de Thermo Lignum n'a recours qu'à des éléments présents dans la nature (air et eau), des principes biologiques sains et les lois établies de la physique, pour éradiquer les insectes qui s'attaquent aux objets les plus divers, depuis les œuvres d'art jusqu'aux composants architecturaux: meubles, cadres, sculptures, tissus d'ameublement, textiles, bois de charpente et éléments architecturaux.  Notre portefeuille international de clients comprend des institutions, musées et galeries nationaux, des maisons de vente aux enchères d'antiquités réputées, des marchands d'art, des restaurateurs et conservateurs et des collectionneurs privés. Leur confiance en nous est la preuve de l'efficacité sans égal du processus unique de Thermo Lignum. 

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June - August 2013

Thermo Lignum at Keltenmuseum Hallein 

We treated flags, paintings and other objects at the museum specialized on celtic history. More


June 2013

Building Treatments at Open Air Museum Stübing

Timber was infested with common woodworm and longhorn beetle. More


June 2013

Thermo Lignum sponsoring IPM Conference in Vienna

An international Integrated Pest Management Conference took place at the Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum. More


Mai 2013

Preventive Treatment at Tate Modern

Parts of Cildo Meireles Babel have been treated preventively against termites. In 2008 Thermo Lignum had already treated this work successfully after it got infested while on show in South America. More


May 2013

Thermo Lignum at Barrington Park Estate

Barrington Park Estate is situated in the Cotswolds near Burford. Thermo Lignum has already had numerous assignments at this beautiful place. More

 


April 2013

Great Crowd at IPM Seminar with iparc in Brussels

The IPM seminar at de Camme, organized by iparc and Thermo Lignum was a great success. It was an exclusively professional audience listening to lectures by David Pinniger, Val Blyth, Dr. Heinrich Piening and Ruth Gories. The talks were followed by a lively and extensive discussion. More


March 2013

IPM / Thermo Lignum Seminar in Brussels

On March 18th iparc and Thermo Lignum will host a seminar on IPM (Integrated Pest Management) and the Thermo Lignum method at De Kamme in Brussels. The event adresses all those who work in the fields of conservation and restoration, museum sciences and administration, architecture, in libraries and archives. More


January 2013

Cooperation between Thermo Lignum and Reiss-Engelhorn-Museum

The Reiss Engelhorn Museum, located in the city of Mannheim, is one of the largest museums in Germany. More


November 2012

Thermo Lignum at Museumsdorf Niedersulz 

In context with a new and modern depot Thermo Lignum was commissioned to treat various objects, the largest batch being an impressive collection of around 60 regional wardrobes from the 18th and 19th century. More


Gilded frames at NGI Dublin
Detail gilded and polychrome frames

Large chest and frames

Frames inside NGI waiting for treatment

August 2013: Thermo Lignum at National Gallery of Ireland

At our first assignment in Dublin we treated mainly gilded picture frames from the 17th, 18th and 19th century in one of the mobile TL units.

Many thanks to conservator Maria Canavan and her colleagues for the hospitality and excellent cooperation!

 

Schwarzlechner Stadel

Ennstaler building formation

June 2013: Thermo Lignum treating two buildings at Freilichtmuseum Stübing 

The Austrian open air museum Stübing is among the 10 largest and most impressive open air museums in Europe.

The two buildings we treated were infested with Anobium punctatum as well as Hylotrupes bajulus.