If important documents are exposed to water, Core’s document restoration specialists use desiccant drying, vacuum-freeze dryers, thermal vacuum-freeze dryers and molecular sieves specifically designed to restore books, documents and paper materials. Often, after drying is completed, no further restoration is required. If there was a fire or if there is leftover damage from smoke, Core’s paper recovery process would include state-of-the-art cleaning processes such as particulate removal sponges, ionized air washing and a variety of deodorization techniques.
Document Recovery & Restoration
What Types of Documents and Media Can Be Restored?
Books, Files, Magazines, Manuscripts
Archives, Special Collections, Library Materials
Audio Tapes, Video Tapes
Blueprints, Drawings, Maps, Plans
Compact Discs, Diskettes, Laser Discs, Magnetic Media
Data Files, Vital Records
Film, Negatives, Photographs, Slides