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This product, hp business dc5100 (pentium 4 2.8 ghz, 512 mb ram, 40 gb hdd) ,would be fun to have if you had the job of document restorer. Is this true? Well, heres the information: restores and preserves documents for libraries, archives, and private and public historical societies: cleans document, using cleaning compounds to remove dirt and stains, and removes foreign matter, such as rusted clips, pins, rotted bands, and adhesives. tests document to determine if ink is fast, and to what extent map colors will fade. immerses document in deacidification baths to remove acidity from paper and ink. places document on rack to dry. reinspects document for presence of foreign matter. dampens document, places it between absorbent boards, and places boards in screw press to evenly distribute moisture content in document, and flatten all wrinkles and creases. seals document in cellulose acetate film and places document in laminating machine to be laminated. removes document and hones, presses, and trims it to specified size. places document in cover, folder, or binder.
I think the job document restorer seems interesting to use the hp business dc5100 (pentium 4 2.8 ghz, 512 mb ram, 40 gb hdd) with? Nah… I think it would not be actually – forget I said that!