THEME 2 – SOLUTIONS FOR THE CONSERVATION OF GLASS EXPOSED IN ATMOSPHERE

Cultural Heritage Glasses (suite) – Chairman : Hannelore Römich

9h15 – 9h50 Evaluation and re-evaluation of a consolidation concept for crizzling enamels
Rainer Richter
Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (Germany)

9h50 – 10h25 Crizzling – exploring degradation by simulation on model glasses
Katrin Wittstadt1, Gabriele Maas-Diegeler1, Werner Hiller-König2
1 Fraunhofer-Institut für Silicatforschung, Würzburg – Bronnbach Branch (Germany)
2 Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten Baden-Württemberg (Germany)

10h25 – 11h00 Study of a surface treatment based on zinc salts to protect glasses from atmospheric alteration. Mechanisms and application to ancient glass objects in museums
Fanny Alloteau1,2, Valentina Valbi1,2, Isabelle Biron1,2, Odile Majérus2, Patrice Lehuédé1, Daniel Caurant2, Antoine Seyeux2
1 C2RMF, Paris (France)
2 PSL Research University, IRCP, Chimie Paristech (France)

11h00 – 11h30 Break

Industrial and nuclear glasses – Chairman : Patrice Lehuédé

11h30 – 12h05 Protection of Glassware in the Automatic Dishwashing Process – A Detergent Manufacturer´s Insights and Experiences
Karlheinz Hahn
Reckitt-Benckiser Produktions GmbH – Heidelberg (Germany)

12h05 – 12h40 Effect of zinc as a beneficial component in glass cleaning
Edda Rädlein
Technische Universität Ilmenau (Germany)

12h40 – 13h Conclusion and closure