THERMO LIGNUM UK Ltd.
Unit 14, Bell Industrial Est.
50 Cunnington Street
Chiswick, London, W4 5HB
Phone: +44 20 8747 0900
Fax: +44 20 8747 0955
Preserving Works of Art, Antiques and their Value: The Thermo Lignum WARMAIR Treatment is an integral Part of Conservation and Restoration when it comes to eradicating Woodworm and Moths
We target pests such as woodworm (Anobium punctatum), death watch beetle (Xestobium rufovillosum), powder post beetle (Lyctus brunneus), longhorn beetle (Hylotrupes bajulus), moths, carpet beetle (Anthrenus verbasci), etc. on the one hand, as well as fungi such as dry rot.
The eco-friendly Thermo Lignum technique uses only naturally occurring elements (air and water), sound biological principles and established laws of physics to eradicate insects in objects ranging from art to architecture: furniture, frames, sculptures, upholstery, textiles, structural timber and architectural components.
Our International client base extends from National Institutions, Museums and Galleries, through major Antiques Auction Houses and Fine Art Dealers, to leading Restorers and Conservators and a whole host of private collectors, all of whose endorsements are a testimony to the unparalleled achievements of the unique Thermo Lignum process.
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Two of the leading experts on IMP were present and giving talks on how to avoid collection damaging insects in museums. More
Part two of the project near Antwerp: we did in-situ treatments of the main altar and two confession chairs. More
Our first major project in Belgium took place at a gothic church near Antwerp. More
Together with our partner IPARC we were present an an event in Bruges. More
We've been treating infested architectual timber dating back to the 12th century. More
There were objects to disinfest at Swiss Cottage. More
Our first assignment in Dublin led us to the NGI. More
June - August 2013
We treated flags, paintings and other objects at the museum specialized on celtic history. More
Timber was infested with common woodworm and longhorn beetle. More
An international Integrated Pest Management Conference took place at the Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum. More
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
Barrington Park Estate is situated in the Cotswolds near Burford. Thermo Lignum has already had numerous assignments at this beautiful place. More
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
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
The Reiss Engelhorn Museum, located in the city of Mannheim, is one of the largest museums in Germany. More
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