B-IMPACT Project Final Workshop
We are pleased to invite you to the Final Workshop of B-IMPACT project.
It will be organised on 23rd of March 2017 in the scope of the “Fair of the conservation, technology and promotion of cultural and environmental heritage” (Salone dell'Arte del Restauro e della Conservazione dei Beni Culturali e Ambientali,
www.salonedelrestauro.com) in Ferrara, Italy.
The Final Workshop aims at joining researchers, protective coatings producers, conservators, restorers, bronze manufacturers and national authorities dealing with bronze cultural heritage protection. The most interesting results of B-IMPACT project will be presented and discussed.
You are also invited to visit B-IMPACT exhibition booth that will be placed in the Fair venue from 22nd to 24th of March 2017.
Come and join us!
More information will follow soon.
What is B-IMPACT
The B-IMPACT (Bronze-IMproved non-hazardous PAtina CoaTings) is M-ERA.NET project that aims at developing innovative eco-friendly
and non-hazardous protective coatings to protect ancient bronzes and new bronze surfaces exposed to the outdoor environment.
Outdoor-exposed bronze is prone to degradation processes, especially in polluted environments. Corrosion induces patina destabilization and changes surface appearance, both on ancient and on newly exposed bronzes, both on ancient and on newly exposed bronzes. Their protection and maintenance
is requiring on-going investments. The B-IMPACT project will develop tailored "right off the shelf" formulations based on advanced protection
strategies, offering reduced maintenance costs as well as efficient conservation solutions for end-users, including local authorities and other
stakeholders (architects, artists, museums, etc.).
For more information about the project , please check subpages of this website or contact project coordinator . You are invited to follow the
progress of B-IMPACT project, our main achievements and events through news , deliverables and documents .
• to develop protective coatings for outdoor bronzes with high performance in terms of durability, while respecting the ethics of the cultural heritage,
• to investigate the toxicity of the more efficient coatings with the aim of selecting non-hazardous ones, and
• to produce a marketable pre-formulation of the most efficient coatings.