Hans-Ewald Schneider - New Approaches to Museum Depots


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Hans-Ewald Schneider - New Approaches to Museum Depots

  1. 1. 0% Risk Standard in Fine ArtsConservation of Cultural Property –Eco-friendly storage of masterpiecesEuropean Registrars Conference 2010, Amsterdam
  2. 2. Green Logistics Environmental protection is a global challenge. The conservation of natural resources and their simultaneous utilisation must be regarded as long-term ecological approach, which therefore also represents an investment in the future. 2
  3. 3. Our contribution for low emission storage   Environmentally neutral   Use of natural energy sources   Highly energy efficient   Benchmark for storage facilities 3
  4. 4. Facts and figures   4 floors   Ground floor for packing production   3 storage floors   Floor space: 2.013 m2   Effective area: 7.823 m2   Total cubage: 47.104 m3 4
  5. 5. Facts and figures All the climate conditions shall fulfill restorers’ and curators’ requirements concerning the appropriate handling of cultural goods:   20°C inside temperature   55% humidity 5
  6. 6. Trend chart of climate conditions outside humidity inside humidity inside temperature outside temperature
  7. 7. The technology behind 7
  8. 8. The characteristics   Energy supply by using geothermal energy without gas and oil resources   Building insulation due to   concrete core conditioning system   pumice stone   Alternative climate regulation by using adjustable openings in the buildings frontage   Geothermal energy enables both, heating and cooling   Climate control due to temperature and humidity sensors 8
  9. 9. The functional principle of geothermal energy 1. Warm ground water Ground water with a temperature of 7-10°C is taken out of a depth of 30 metres under the earths’ surface and led to the hydro-extractor. 2. Hydro-extractor The centrifuge extracts the heat of the ground water, concentrates it and leads it into the heating circle of the building. With now 23°C it can be used for both heating and air-conditioning. 3. Cold ground water The cold ground water is led back under the surface where it will be heated up again for the circulating process. 9
  10. 10. High Security standards Beside ecological aspects we offer the high security standard you can expect from hasenkamp, so that your artworks are stored safe and secure at any time:   Security class VdS SG3   Video monitoring 24/7   Movement detectors   Burglar alarm with direct connection to the police   Fire alarm with direct connection to the fire department   Fire prevention system 10
  11. 11. We do even more for the environment  Eco-friendly packaging materials  Re-use of packing (cardboards, crates)  Reduction of empty runs caused by optimised routing  Utility vehicles which correspond to the highest European standard (EU 5)  All operational and administrative processes are based on a comprehensive environmental management system in accordance with DIN EN ISO 14001:2004  Annual external quality and environmental audits  Waste separation / waste disposal by certified companies  Use of eco-friendly technical equipment (carpentry, garage, fork lift trucks) 11
  12. 12. Future projects  Photovoltaic technology:   collector systems are going to be installed on our building’s roof   energy supply for all energy consuming processes   remaining energy will be forwarded in the public energy network  Sustainable warehouse planning appropriate to state-of-the-art technology 12
  13. 13. Bottom line 1.  We harmonise ecological and conservatory requirements 2.  All operational and administrative processes are continuously developed in accordance with the latest environmental guidelines 3.  And adjusted to the latest technology standards 13
  14. 14. Thank you. For more information please visit www.hasenkamp.com© 2010 hasenkamp Holding GmbH | Europaallee 16-18 | 50226 Köln | Tel.: + 49 (0) 2234 104 0