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Bs 5454

BS 5454, "Recommendations for the storage and exhibition of archival documents" was a British Standard for the preservation of archival material. Among other things, it specified temperature and humidity ranges for document storage, shelving schemes, and materials for document containers. It was withdrawn in 2012, being replaced by BSI PD 5454.

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