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AIC annual meeting

Lynton invited to instruct at AIC laser cleaning workshop

Lynton is proud to have been invited to instruct at the American Institute of Conservation's pre-session on laser cleaning at its annual conference in Salt Lake City this May.

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Museum of Islamic Art

Lynton runs laser cleaning workshop at Qatar Museums

Lynton hosts a laser cleaning workshop for conservators at the Museum of Islamic Art, Doha in February this year.

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Lynton visits Tokyo National Museum to train conservators

Lynton installs one of its Compact Phoenix laser systems in the Conservation department of Tokyo National Museums.

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Laser cleaning workshops in 2023

Lynton ran several laser cleaning workshops in 2023 in Gothenburg, Edinburgh, Cambridge and London.

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New systems installed in Germany and the USA

Lynton has been busy this autumn installing new laser cleaning systems and training conservators in Germany and the United States.

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Laser cleaning at West Norwood Cemetery, London

Sally Strachey Historic Conservation Ltd. uses one of our rental Compact Phoenix systems to clean nine fragile terracotta and stoneware figures on the pediment of St. Stephen's Chapel, West Norwood Cemetery.

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Cleveland Museum of Art

Lynton holds laser cleaning workshop at Cleveland Museum of Art

Last month Lynton travelled to the Cleveland Museum of Art in Ohio, United States to give a laser cleaning workshop.

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Laser cleaning Gallo-Roman funerary steles in Geneva

Conservators at Geneva's Musee d'Art et d'Histoire decided to hire one of our Compact Phoenix systems for three months to clean ten funerary steles, altars and monuments for a forthcoming exhibition.

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Sardis archaeological site

Compact Phoenix system arrives at Sardis archaeological site

One of our Compact Phoenix systems, complete with both NdYAG (1064nm) and ErYAG (2940nm) laser handpieces, has finally arrived at its destination in western Turkey.

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Laser cleaning at the Glyptotek museum

Conservators at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum (Copenhagen, Denmark) have made excellent use of one of our rental systems to clean its ‘Naos with two kings’ from Hawara, Egypt (1750BC).

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University of Manchester

Research with Manchester University

Lynton has teamed up with the world-renowned Physics department at Manchester University to conduct detailed research into ErYAG laser cleaning applications in conservation and, in particular, into the use of this wavelength for removing oxidised bronze paint from gilded surfaces including frames and furniture.

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Lynton return to Tutbury

Just over two years since initial laser cleaning tests were carried out on the historic 12th-century west front of the beautiful St. Mary's Priory Church in Tutbury, Staffordshire, we were asked back by Hirst Conservation to undertake further testing.

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