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[filmscanners] RE: What can you advise?

> As both you and Henning suggested, based upon review of my files, my
> suggestion of mold growth at over 30% humidity was too conservative.
> After doing a scan of my physical paper files, I found my memory had
> failed me, as a reference by Kodak regarding preventing fungal growth on
> films indicated humidity levels should be kept under 50%, not 30%, as I
> had indicated. (Kodak Pamphlet AE-22) Prevention and Removal of Fungus
> on Prints and Films
> I then did a Google search, and several sources suggested anything under
> 60% was probably safe.
> So, it would appear your 45% humidity level is safe under most
> circumstances.
> Kodak and other sources did suggest fungicidal agents can be used during
> the processing to further lessen risks.
> Art

Why Arthur, thank you kindly for both your research, and the information!  I
really appreciate it.  I'll get that "pamphlet", hopefully in PDF format.



P.S. More tea, Arthur? ;-)

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