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Consolidants

  • Achim Unger
  • Arno P. Schniewind
  • Wibke Unger
Part of the Natural Science in Archaeology book series (ARCHAEOLOGY)

Abstract

Wood consolidation includes all treatments for reestablishing cohesion and for the stabilization of objects which have been damaged by biological, mechanical or chemical agents. In the ideal case the original properties of the wood should be recovered. From a conservation point of view, the primary objective of consolidation treatments is the preservation and protection of original substance. In addition, the treatment should ensure the suitability for future exhibition or use (Wermuth 1990). As a first step, it must be determined whether the object needs to be returned to being fully functional or whether it must only be stabilized to withstand later handling or transport. Often, no more than strengthening of surface layers to resist abrasion is required. Depending on the extent of the object’s deterioration and its intended use, complete or partial impregnation with consolidants, or stabilization of surface areas with strengthening adhesive binders will be necessary. In every case, no more than the absolutely necessary quantity of consolidant should be introduced into or onto the object. In addition to strengthening the wood structure, the materials used may also effect some dimensional stabilization of the object and impart some resistance against biological pests.

Keywords

Vacuum Impregnation Panel Painting Wood Object Archaeological Wood Waterlogged Wood 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Achim Unger
    • 1
  • Arno P. Schniewind
    • 2
  • Wibke Unger
    • 3
  1. 1.Staatliche Museen zu BerlinRathgen-ForschungslaborBerlinGermany
  2. 2.Forest Products LaboratoryUniversity of California at BerkeleyRichmondUSA
  3. 3.Sciences Eberswalde Wood Science and TechnologyUniversity of AppliedEberswaldeGermany

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