Détails ressource biomédicale locale

Détails ressource biomédicale locale
Numéro 201
Titre Mould in optical instruments
Rubrique Environnement technique - Maintenance
Auteur Rod D Watkins
Editeur Journal of Community Eye Health International Centre for Eye Health
Résumé Mould can damage optical instruments beyond repair within only a few weeks. There is a good deal of information available on the treatment of mould in buildings, because common respiratory problems and allergic reactions can be caused by mould. Knowledge is also available in the field of conservation of books and fine art because of the high cost of mould damage. However, very little information is available on mould in optical instruments and the management of mould is often ignored by equipment manufacturers and users. Moulds are plant organisms which form cobweb-like branching arms, from which spores project into the air (see Glossary). Moulds are very common and very widely dispersed. There are 250,000 species of mould, many of which can damage optical instruments. Among the moulds commonly found in instruments are members
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