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Autor Wedekind, W. and Rüdrich, J.
Jahr 2014
Titel Desalination of the painted vault ribs of the Franciscan monastery church of Zeitz
Bibtex
DOI 10.5165/hawk-hhg/262
Link Datei:35 SWBSS-2014 Wedekind 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 2035, S. 469-480


Eintrag in der Bibliographie

[Wedekind.etal:2014]Wedekind, W.; Rieffel, Y. (2014): Desalination of the painted vault ribs of the Franciscan monastery church of Zeitz. 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 469-480, 10.5165/hawk-hhg/275Link zu Google ScholarLink zum Volltext

Keywords[Bearbeiten]

sulfates, desalination, sprinkling method, painted surfaces

Abstract[Bearbeiten]

The former Franciscan monastery church was mentioned for the first time in 1266 and is located on the periphery of the old town of Zeitz, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. After several decades of neglect, the building was in the acute danger of collapse. In the 1990s parts of the roof collapsed and the groin vaults of the church were exposed to bad weather conditions. Along with the structural problems, the structurally damaging salts, principally magnesium sulfate, were regarded as the main cause of damage to the historical substance of the building. In many areas, the painting on the ashlar blocks and mortar was already lost or in acute danger of loss due to salt degradation. After making a map of the damages and prior testing, the ribs and the vault stones were extensively desalinated by cyclical sprinkling in order to ensure a contact-free treatment. In this case, the sprinkling proved to be both an economical procedure for a sustained salt reduction.

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