The mobile chamber version has evolved from the static chambers that have operated since the mid 1980’s, and in London since 1994.
The owners or keepers of large collections of valuable works of art and antiques can have their infested pieces treated without them having to leave the premises. This avoids unnecessary security risks, negates additional insurance cover and minimizes the handling and movement of objects.
A typical treatment cycle in our mobile units including loading and unloading takes 20 – 30 hours.
Dimensions of the mobile chamber: 7,5t MAN TRUCK: Total height of the truck is 390 cm
The client needs to supply the following infrastructure:
Even surface to park the 10 meter truck
24/7 access to the truck for our staff
380V/32A electrical connection
Regular water connection
If possible WIFI connection for remote access of the control PC
Mobile treatment of a historical boat, the Cruiskeen, in Irleand
Our mobile unit in front of Maria Taferl, an Austrian baroque church. Artefacts from the church were infested with woodworm and dry rot
Gilded polychrome sculptures are treated in our mobile unit against woodworm
Taxidermied museum collection treated in one of our mobile WARMAIR chambers