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


When I went to college 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, however as I took a few of my required courses there was one course that I was undoubtedly intrigued in, it was an anthropology course, but fast forward to six years later I am now a curator for a important museum.

I am in charge of finding current artifacts, displaying them and making sure that they are well preserved, however one of the important factors of preservation is temperature.

I have a superb relationship with our local heating and cooling professionals, but establishing a professional relationship with these individuals who are very knowledgeable in the Heating plus Air Conditioning industry is crucial for my job. We have multiple temperature zone control rooms. With the assistance from Heating plus Air Conditioning professionals I can control and maintain the artifacts official uneven temperatures. If something is in its own case, it’s most likely because it requires it to be in a weird temperature than some of the other artifacts. Everyday I keep a temperature log of the artifacts to ensure longevity, and there is a control equipment 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 think that history would not be able to live on.

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