|Autor||Bläuer, C. and Rousset, B.|
|Titel||Salt sources revisited|
|Link||Datei:22 SWBSS-2014 Blaeuer etal.pdf|
|Bemerkungen||In: De Clercq, Hilde (editor): Proceedings of SWBSS 2014. Third International Conference on Salt Weathering of Buildings and Stone Sculptures Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage, Brussels, Belgium, 14-16 October 2018, S. 305-318|
Eintrag in der Bibliographie
|[Blaeuer.etal:2014]||Bläuer, C.; Rousset, B. (2014): Salt sources revisited. In: Hilde De Clercq (Hrsg.): Proceedings of SWBSS 2014 3rd International Conference on Salt Weathering of Buildings and Stone Sculptures,KIK-IRPA, Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage Brussels 305-318, 10.5165/hawk-hhg/245|
The hierarchy of possible approaches to conservation if maximal effectiveness and sustainability are aimed for, are preventive conservation i.e. addressing the causes, passive intervention i.e. addressing the activation mechanisms, remedial intervention i.e. strengthening the object and the least efficient restoration, which camouflages the damage. To apply this principal of minimal intervention on buildings suffering from salt damage and especially when aiming to conserve preventively it is necessary to know the sources of the salts. The possible sources of salts are: Autochthonous salts - salts coming from the materials they damage. Salts from neighbouring building materials. Salts from human activity in the vicinity of the building. Salts in connection with the use of the monument throughout history. Salts having to do with the general geographic situation of the building. In the paper general indications are given which salts can be released from which sources and some examples for common as well as uncommon salt sources are reported on, some of which for the first time.
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