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N.º 3-4
2006
pp. 25-38

 

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Reactivação de adesivos por solventes em conservação de têxteis: questionário e comparação com reactivação por calor

Célia Medina*, Cordelia Rogerson

Textile Conservation Centre, University of Southampton, Park Avenue, Winchester, Hampshire SO22 5BJ, UK

* celiamedinacrt@yahoo.com

Resumo

Para avaliar a prática actual da utilização de solventes na reactivação de adesivos em conservação e restauro de têxteis foram usadas duas metodologias: um questionário internacional para conservadores-restauradores e testes práticos que providenciaram um estudo comparativo entre diferentes métodos de reactivação - por calor e por solventes. Apesar de alguns desenvolvimentos técnicos recentes na aplicação de solventes na reactivação de adesivos no tratamento de têxteis, os resultados do questionário indicam que os conservadores-restauradores utilizam menos as técnicas de reactivação com solventes do que a reactivação com calor, método mais usual e que foi o primeiro a ser estabelecido. O estudo mostrou que os dois métodos de reactivação produzem resultados muito distintos na aplicação prática. Sobre a reactivação com solventes, verificou-se também que diferentes solventes e diferentes técnicas de aplicação (aplicação com pincel ou sob a forma de vapor) conduzem a resultados diferentes. São destacadas variáveis que devem ser tidas em conta no processo de selecção de técnicas de reactivação de adesivos.

Palavras-chave

Têxtil
Tratamento de consolidação
Adesivo
Reactivação por solventes
Reactivação por calor
Conservação

Idioma

Inglês

Título original

Solvent reactivation of adhesives in textile conservation: survey and comparison with heat reactivation

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10.14568/cp3-4_3

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Medina, C.; Rogerson, C., 'Solvent reactivation of adhesives in textile conservation: survey and comparison with heat reactivation', Conservar Património 3-4 (2006) 25-38, https://doi.org/10.14568/cp3-4_3.

APA:
Medina, C., & Rogerson, C. (2006). Solvent reactivation of adhesives in textile conservation: survey and comparison with heat reactivation. Conservar Património, 3-4 25-38. DOI:10.14568/cp3-4_3.

Chicago:
Medina, Célia, and Cordelia Rogerson. 2006. "Solvent reactivation of adhesives in textile conservation: survey and comparison with heat reactivation." Conservar Património 3-4:25-38. doi:10.14568/cp3-4_3.

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MEDINA, Célia; ROGERSON, Cordelia – Solvent reactivation of adhesives in textile conservation: survey and comparison with heat reactivation. Conservar Património. [Em linha]. 3-4 (2006) 25-38 [Consult. ]. Disponível em WWW: <URL:https://doi.org/10.14568/cp3-4_3>. ISSN 21829942.

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MEDINA, Célia; ROGERSON, Cordelia. Solvent reactivation of adhesives in textile conservation: survey and comparison with heat reactivation. Conservar Património, Lisboa, v. 3-4, p. 25-38, 2006. Disponível em: <https://doi.org/10.14568/cp3-4_3>. Acesso em: .

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Publicação: 2007-3-27

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