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IPI storage guide for acetate film

IPI storage guide for acetate film

instructions for using the wheel, graphs, and table : basic strategy for film preservation.

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Published by Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microforms -- Storage.,
  • Safety film.,
  • Motion picture film -- Storage.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsReilly, James M., 1946-, Rochester Institute of Technology. Image Permanence Institute.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15200069M

    His Care and Identification of 19th-Century Photographic Prints, published in is a classic and The IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film published in set a new standard for preservation guides. Please click here to watch this lecture. Low-Temperature Film Storage: From Research To Implementation Jean-Louis Bigourdan AMIA , Savannah, GA. Low-Temperature Film Storage: Why Is a Good Idea Slows down chemical decay Stabilized actively decaying film Acetate Stability From IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film.

    Identification and Preservation of Photographic Collections CARLI Preservation Working Group AudioVisual Preservation Forum Tuesday, Book and Paper Group Annual (15) Washington, DC: Book and Paper Group of the IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film. Rochester, NY: Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology. Reilly, James. Cold storage options for the preservation of acetate film range from insulated cold storage rooms, or vaults, with relative humidity control (typical settings in the range of °F temperature, and % relative humidity), which might be used by archival institutions for large and medium-sized collections.

    conditions in storage vaults. He is author of numerous publications, including Care and Identification of 19th-Century Photographic Prints, IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film, and Storage Guide for Color Photographic Materials. He is a consultant to many museums and government agencies and is sought after worldwide as a teacher and seminar speaker. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): l CONTENTS l The IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film provides an overview of environmental specifications for film storage.


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IPI storage guide for acetate film Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fig. 1 Components of the IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film. l WHAT THE GUIDE IS (AND WHAT IT IS NOT) The IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film is a tool for evaluating and planning storage environments for acetate base photographic film, cinema film, and microfilms.

This is a category that includes a great many films made between the s and the Size: 1MB. IPI’s Guide to Sustainable Preservation Practices for Managing Storage Environments This guidebook introduces the fundamentals of defining an optimal and sustainable preservation environment.

It outlines the basics of what you need to know to accurately document the storage environment and establish sustainable preservation practices. Get this from a library. IPI storage guide for acetate film. [Rochester Institute of Technology. Image Permanence Institute.].

The IPI Storage Guide is a four-part publication that explains the effect of temperature and humidity on the rate of film base degradation. It is an important tool for evaluating and planning storage environments for all types of acetate base film, cinema film, and microfilm. IPI developed A-D (acid-detecting) Strips ®, acid-base indicators that change color from blue, to green, and eventually yellow in the presence of increasing amounts of acetic acid, to provide collection stewards with a non-destructive technique for assessing the condition of acetate film in collections, and for monitoring film in new storage environments.

and Film Forever: The Home Film Preservation Guide, 2. As estimated on the wheel in the IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film. The film acidity at the onset of vinegar syndrome measures approximately on an A-D Strip (see ).File Size: KB. A-D Strips, developed and manufactured by IPI, are dye-coated paper strips designed to detect and measure the severity of acetate photographic film deterioration ("vinegar syndrome") in film collections.

Vinegar syndrome is a slow form of chemical deterioration that causes film to shrink, buckle, and emit a strong vinegar odor.

Fischer, Monique. “A Short Guide to Film-Based Photographic Materials: Identification, Care and Duplication,” NEDCC Technical Leaflet, updated 7/ Reilly, James. The IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film. Rochester, New York: Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology, Acknowledgements.

Tania Passafiume. Acetate Film Base. Beginning in the mids, highly flammable nitrate film was slowly replaced with cellulose acetate film base (cellulose diacetate, cellulose acetate propiarate, cellulose acetate butyrate and cellulose triacetate).

It became known as "Safety" film. Despite this name, cellulose acetates do have stability problems. Reels can accommodate up to linear feet of 4 or 5 millimeter-thick microfilm.

Roll film comes in standard widths of 16mm and 35mm. Rarely, mm film is used for architectural drawings or blueprints with one image per frame. 35mm film is used most commonly for books, journals, newspapers and archival materials.

IPI storage guide for acetate film: instructions for using the wheel, graphs, and table: basic strategy for film preservation. Author: James M Reilly ; Rochester Institute of Technology. IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film: Instructions for Using the Wheel, Graphs, and Tables.

Rochester, NY: Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology, "The Book of Film Care." Rochester, NY: Eastman Kodak, Focal Press." The Focal Encyclopedia of Film and Television Techniques." "The IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film." Rochester, NY: IPI, Rochester Institute of Technology, McWilliams, Jerry.

"The Preservation and Restoration of Sound Recordings." Nashville, TN: American. A-D Strips are primarily designed for use with acetate use with nitrate filmrequires further investigation (see page 8). Polyester plastic is much more chemically stable than acetate or nitrate plastics; A-D Strips do not provide useful information about the state of preservation of polyester film base.

The Image Permanence Institute’s (IPI) research on film preservation was able to show that if acetate film was kept at 70°F and 60% relative humidity (RH), it will reach significant levels of acidity after about 40 to 50 years of storage [15].

The IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film describes the time before the hydrolysis of cellulose triacetate accelerates markedly as being an “induction period”.

This is confusing, because the term “induction period” properly applies to the interval seen in certain multi-stage reactions, such as A → B → C, where an intermediate product B Cited by: 6. Completing the Polarization Test To use the viewer, open it (like a book) and place the film over the polarizing filter (window) to Reilly, James () The IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film.

IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film from the Image Permanence Institute; IPI Media Storage Quick Reference from the Image Permanence Institute; The Home Film Preservation Guide from Film Forever; Chapter 6: Storage from the NFPF Film Preservation Guide; This page was last reviewed on Aug IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film.

Copying and Duplicating in Black and White and Color. Copying and Duplicating: Photographic and Digital Imaging Techniques. Restoration of Motion Picture Film.

Conservation of Painting: Methods, Materials & Techniques: Artists’ Pigments Looking Through Paintings. “Care, Storage and Handling of Photographs.” Information Leaflet.

Messier, Paul. “Preserving Your Collection of Film-Based Photographic Negatives.” Rocky Mountain Conservation Center. Reilly, James. IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film.

Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute for Technology. Rochester, NY. Bibliography: Care, Handling, and Storage of Photographs - Resources |Preservation | Library of Congress The Book and Paper Group Annual (15) Washington, DC: Book and Paper Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.

IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film. Rochester, NY: Image Permanence Institute.James M. Re i l l y, IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film. $ James M. Re i l l y, Storage Guide for Color Photographic Materials.

$ A-D Strips (check web site for prices and quantities) • Order from the Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Te c h n o l o g y, 70 Lomb Memorial Dr i ve, Ro c h e s t e r, NY Fischer, Monique.

“A Short Guide to Film-Based Photographic Materials: Identification, Care and Duplication,” NEDCC Technical Leaflet, updated 7/ Reilly, James.

IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film, Rochester, New York: Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology, Valverde, María Fernanda.