Kewell Converters are specialists in the batch foam production for conservation packaging and displays. We understand that many of the artefacts and fossils on display are priceless and need to be handled with the highest level of care. They require specialist packaging and support through all periods of conservation in archive, transit, storage and display. We have worked within the conservation industry and can ensure that all of your artefacts are looked after with only the highest level of care.
We would recommend using precise packaging polyolefin foams and the purest of these foams is AZOTE® foams. It is important to make sure you choose the right foams even when displaying your artefacts, as many foams are made using a chemical blowing agent which can leave residue on the artefacts. This can, of course, damage the artefacts and ruin the preservation process, which is something you definitely want to avoid. It is important to make sure that you choose the right foams, which is why we would recommend using the AZOTE® foams for all kinds of packaging.
Why AZOTE® Foams for Conservation Purposes?
You should consider using AZOTE® Foams for all of your conservation purposes because of its purity and low chemical content. The process for producing AZOTE® uses just Nitrogen for the foam expansion which means it is unparalleled for use in conservation projects. The fact that only nitrogen is needed in the manufacturing process means that no other gases or chemicals will seep out onto your artefacts no matter how long they are stored or displayed.
All of our foam products are designed to offer high performance and be extremely durable for use in all kinds of conservation subjects. We produce bespoke foam products that are designed specifically to store or display your artefacts. We have produced a wide range of foam products for all kinds of industries so make sure you get in touch if you have any specialist needs.