|The Museum's roller blinds protective solution|
Priory solved the museum’s problem by supplying electrically operated aluminium shutters with small perforations, which act as ventilation holes to allow airflow around the panels. The addition of the shutters will aid long-term preventative conservation at the museum by reducing the amount of dust and debris permitted to gather on the stored stained glass panels, and thus reduce specialist conservation and cleaning costs in the long term.
|Priory Callisto electrically operated perforated aluminium shutters|
“At Priory, we pride ourselves on rising to a challenge,” says Simon Perks, General Manager at The Priory Shutter & Door Co. “So, when asked by the installer to provide a solution to the museum’s requirements, we were delighted to help.
Stained glass windows image © ellenamani / Dollar Photo Club
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