Darstellung verschiedener Holzschädlinge
from left to right: Anobium punctatum (common furniture beetle), Hylotrupes bajulus (house longhorn beetle), Lyctus brunneus (powderpost beetle), Xestobium rufovillosum (deathwatch beetle)

Scientific Publications about the Thermo Lignum WARMAIR Method

Heat Treatment of Entomological Drawers using the Thermo Lignum Heat Process

London, 2005, Collection Forum 2005 19(1-2):15-22
Departement of Entomology, The Natural History Museum
by Ackery, P.: Pinniger, D.; Doyle, A.; Roux, K.

Effects of High Temperature Pest Eradication on DNA in Entomological Collections

2004, Studies in Conservation Volume 49, Number 1, 2004 p.35-40.
The Journal of The International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Work.
by Ackery, P.R.; Test, J.M.; Ready, P.M.; Doyle, A.M.; Pinniger, D.B.

Tests on Herbaria specimens and Paper enclosures

Cardiff, September 1995, Study at the National Museums and Galleries of Wales.
National Museums and Galleries of Wales.

Victoria and Albert Museum Conservation Evaluation on the Thermo Lignum Treatment for the Eradication of Silverfish

London, 25. Juli 1996, Study of the Victoria & Albert Museum
Victoria & Albert Museum

Thermal methods of pest eradication; their effect on museum objects

Juni 2005, The Conservator volume 29, 2005/6 p. 5-18
Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford; Bristol Museum, Bristol
By Beiner, G.G; Ogilvie, M.A.

The Thermo Lignum process for insect pest control

1994, Paper Conservation News 72 [9 ]
By Child R.E.

Treatment of Laccquered Material with the Thermo Lignum Process

Cardiff, 30. Mai 1995, Study of R.E. Child
Consultant on Environmental and Insect Pest Control on Historic Buildings and Collections
By Child R.E.