Working at a museum and having to preserve artifacts through temperature control


When I went to university I had no idea what I wanted to study or be! When I would have appointments with my advisor I was told that my first year I shouldn’t fret as I could take my required courses first and then my sophomore year I could take the courses that I wanted to major in, but as I took a few of my required courses there was one course that I was particularly intrigued in, it was an anthropology course; Fast forward to six years later I am now a curator for a big museum… I am in charge of finding modern artifacts, displaying them and making sure that they are well preserved.

One of the big factors of preservation is temperature.

I have a good relationship with our local heating and cooling workers, establishing a professional relationship with these individuals who are entirely proficiencyable in the Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C industry is crucial for my task. We have various temperature zone control rooms. With the assistance from Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C workers I can control and maintain the artifacts regular temperatures. If something is in its own case, it’s most likely because it requires it to be in a unusual temperature than some of the other artifacts. Everyday I keep a temperature log of the artifacts to ensure longevity; There is a temperature control for every artifact that is kept in my office and it’s labeled appropriately. If there was no heating and cooling for these artifacts I believe that history would not be able to live on.



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