Testing the results of the consolidation.
Continuous programme of research
GSK Machinery is building on the experience and long years of development work by GSK mbH and Neschen AG, which established paper conservation on an industrial scale. GSK constantly invests in research and development activities in order to further improve the quality of processes and unit technology and to develop new methods for mass processing of written cultural artefacts.
Cooperation with the Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts makes possible basic research whose findings are applied in the optimisation of equipment and processes. Additional research partnerships are being established. GSK also supports scientific studies in process engineering and metrology, and offers students opportunities to conduct research at the coalface.
Internationally renowned industry partners provide GSK with support in the areas of process and mechanical engineering make possible innovations in conservation and digitising technology. The processing units of GSK Machinery thus represent the state of the art in research and technology.