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Cultural Heritage

Posted by Pat | Posted in News | Posted on 02-12-2013

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And only then strengthens the surface with using a special primer to stop further destruction, and only then restore its original appearance with the help of special plaster and paint formulations. The correct choice of technologies and materials has great importance in reconstruction work. According to specialists from other disciplines of building restoration is distinguished by its traditional and conservative. New technologies in this area are rare, their use is possible only after lengthy trials. After the error restorer can turn irreparable loss. However, innovation is still common. Many of them are designed to facilitate the work restorers. Russian specialists know about them first hand, what could be concluded, having visited last this year in St.

Petersburg ii International specialized exhibition "Cultural Heritage: conservation, restoration and renovation. " According to her professors who visited the University of California, John Asmus, Russia is a leader in using advanced restoration technology. Retain original appearance historic buildings, using conventional staining or plastering, it is often difficult. Permanently protect the wall and at the same time preserve the beauty of monumental structures allow for transparent materials protection of facades. For example, among other experts release a product Remmers Historic Lasur (Remmers, Germany). This translucent glazing coating, which completely hides the traces of repair. Dry film that occurs after its use, has a soil-repellent properties and high resistance to weathering.

A huge selection of colors to recreate virtually any color. Today this method is widely used for restore the facades of historic buildings. For example, silicone Remmers dyes were used in the restoration of the building gum in Moscow.

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