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Methodology for the classification of corrosion aggressiveness of internal environments contaminated with volatile organic acids
Kouřil, M. ; Boháčková, T. ; Švadlena, J. ; Prošek, T. ; Strachotová, K. Ch. ; Kreislová, K. ; Fialová, P. ; Majtás, Dušan
The aim of the methodology is to specify the procedures for determining the corrosion aggressiveness of internal atmospheres for the area of historic preservation, especially in objects with an increased risk of volatile occurrence\norganic substances, which can endanger metal and other objects with their corrosive aggressiveness cultural and historical value. Target locations are, for example, archives, libraries, exhibition spaces and depositories of museums and churches and target objects of lead seals, organ pipes containing lead, stained glass windows, tin-lead dishes, technical monuments with lead solders, printing letters, etc.
Metodika klasifikace korozní agresivity vnitřních prostředí znečištěných těkavými organickými kyselinami
Kouřil, Milan ; Boháčková, Tereza ; Švadlena, Jan ; Prošek, Tomáš ; Strachotová, Kristýna Charlotte ; Kreislová, Kateřina ; Fialová, Pavlína ; Majtás, Dušan
Corrosion of metal historical artefacts by volatile organic acids (VOA) is common in indoor atmospheres where VOA sources are present and where insufficient measures are taken to eliminate the aggressive effects of these substances on metals. The procedure for determining the corrosion aggressiveness of indoor atmospheres towards metals is defined in three parts of the standard EN ISO 11844 'Corrosion of metals and alloys - Classification of indoor atmospheres with low corrosion aggressivity'. The corrosion aggressivity classes (IC1 to IC5) are based, among others, on the determination of the mass loss of corrosion coupons of silver, copper, steel, zinc and lead. Lead was included in the first part of EN ISO 11844-1 in 2021, based on the results of the NAKI II project "Methodology for the classification of corrosion aggressiveness of indoor environments for lead alloy collectors" (DG18P02OVV050), as a metal specifically sensitive to the presence of volatile organic acids. The aim of the methodology is to specify the procedures for determining the corrosion aggressivity of indoor atmospheres for the field of conservation, especially in objects with a higher risk of the presence of volatile organic compounds, which can threaten metallic monuments by their corrosion aggressivity. Thus, target locations are, for example, archives, libraries, exhibition spaces and depositories of museums and churches, and target objects are lead seals, organ pipes containing lead, stained glass, pewter utensils, etc. The sources of VOCs include a range of materials that make up common furnishings in indoor environments - wood paneling and ceilings, furniture, cabinets, display cases, as well as other items on display or stored.
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