Fluid Preservation

Fluid preservation is a method for storing specimens and objects in fluids, most commonly alcohol and formaldehyde, but also other chemicals that protect the specimen from deterioration. Some of the oldest natural history specimens are preserved in fluid.

We provide cleaning, rehydration. mounting and repairing services for your precious specimens in the way you need.

Specimen before treatment
Specimen before treatment
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Dried up specimen
Dried up specimen
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Rehydrating specimen in situ
Rehydrating specimen in situ
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Rehydration
Rehydration
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Cleaning specimen
Cleaning specimen
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Mounting preparation
Mounting preparation

Positioning specimens and mark before drilling the glass.

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Mounting
Mounting

Specimen mounted on to a piece of glass with fish wire

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