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Filing System for Wet Document Recovery

Preserving Synchronization and Organizational Integrity

One of the most challenging aspects of recovering water-damaged documents is the task of maintaining organizational integrity. Document Reprocessors addresses this requirement meticulously and pragmatically. As each wet page reaches a stage of full recovery, it is meticulously labeled, put in its proper sequence, and organized in association with others from its group.

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Document Recovery Plan
First Contact
Arrival on Site
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Organization
Moving and Rollout
Shrink Wrapping
Loading for Transport
Arrival and Unloading
Refrigeration
In Cold Storage
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Recovery Phase
Thermaline
Drying Process
Vacuum Drying
Cleaning
Book Restoration
Moisture Tests
Document Integrity
Cataloging
Copying
Packing for Shipment
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Relocation
Back on Site
Replacement
Restored Books
Job Completed
Disaster Plan
Conclusion
Maintaining integrity of document sets is critical to recovery
Maintaining integrity of document sets is critical to recovery
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Maintaining Integrity of Document Sets

Proper sequencing is a critical aspect of recovery. In order for recovered documents to be usable and coherent, the correct page sequence must be retained for each restored document set. This means sets must be kept intact and groups of document sets must retain their unity. This allows all restored wet documents to retain their usefulness after recovery — and avoid a filing system nightmare.

Good Organizational Planning Retains Document Unity

We are keenly aware of the importance of maintaining the organizational integrity of your restored documents during the recovery phase. Please don't hesitate to call Document Reprocessors if you have questions or concerns about how we handle and organize recovered documents.

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