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museum glass display cases glass types

usually The  Museum Glass Display case is selected laminated glass. The PVB interlayer in laminated glass will hold the glass together, protecting the exhibits inside. In addition, the PVB interlayer resists penetration or physical attack by forming a physical barrier against theft. Moreover, laminated glass can filter 99% of ultraviolet rays from the light outside showcases within a wave length of 280~380nm.

 

curved museum display cases-Royal Brunei Islamic Museum

museum glass display cases glass types include:

common float glsss:

Float glass is a clear, distortion-free glass that can be supplied in a wide range of sizes and thicknesses to suit any flat glass application.
ti is a sheet of glass made by floating molten glass on a bed of molten metal, typically tin, although lead and other various low-melting-point alloys were used in the past.This method gives the sheet uniform thickness and very flat surfaces.

extea-clear class:

The extra clear glass is a type of float glass, which has very low iron content and hence is also called low iron glass. The iron content in float glass is usually 830 – 850 ppm (parts per million), while iron content in an extra clear glass is less than 150 ppm. It allows almost 92% of visible light to be transmitted. An extra clear glass is a colourless transparent glass and provides very clear view.

anti-reflective glass:

how is a museum display case-The main functions of museun display cases

Museum display cases are important auxiliary facilities in museum exhibitions. They serve the purpose of hanging, bearing, supporting, enclosing, pasting, or giving directions to the exhibits.how is a museum display case?

The main functions of museun  display cases  are as follows:

Protect cultural relics from any potential hazard from the environment or man power. This demands showcases to be solid, enclosed, secure and artistic.

Highlight the historical significance of cultural relics. Museum showcases are often referred to as clothes of the relics. It is crucial we design the outfit of showcases according to the features and backgrounds of exhibits, so as to tell the story in a better context.

Bring about beauty in exhibits. Museum display cases  made with selected materials and fine workmanship can be works of art themselves. They greatly contribute to the visual feast offered by the museum layout, and add color to the theme.

Museum Grade Coin Display Cases-Bank Negara Malaysia Museum

Bank Negara Malaysia Museum is in Sasana Kijang, 2, Jalan Dato Onn, Kuala Lumpur, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,Housed in a series of impressively sleek buildings of glass and titanium is the in-depth exploration of finance and art of the Bank Negara Malaysia Museum。Relicase design and install all  display case, including storage systems museum grade coin display case and wall museum grade coin display case。

storage systems museum grade coin display case 

 Applicable to high density or compact display and storage. The perfect combination of look-down display and high-security storage at the same time.

wall museum grade coin display cases

Built along/on the wall, wall display cases introduce the most economical way to make use of the showroom. Because of the structure, they also provide sufficient facade for the display of flat objects like paintings,

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Custom Display Cases

Custom display cases are custom made and individually designed, suitable for all kinds of exhibition halls, will produce the most exciting presentation.

We designed and built display cases to your custom specifications size. The showcases are designed and produced according to the cultural relics display and safety features. According to the decoration style of the exhibition hall and the amount of exhibition hall space, highlight the cultural relic display and safety. Our design team regularly collaborates with top museum experts, display designers, architects, artists to complete the most distinctive museum showcase design projects.

We designed and built the following types of custom display cases:

◆ Custom Display Cases with Automatic Control

具有自动控制功能的定制展示柜

◆ Abnormity Cases

异常情况
◆ Expandable Custom Display Cases

可扩展的定制展示柜

Museum display cases Placement categories

 
As an important part of exhibitions, display cabinets in museums play a better role in spreading science and culture.museum display cases in museums can be divided into four categories according to their Placement
 

Freestanding display case

Royal Brunei Islamic Museum Freestanding display cases often come in the form of a tall cubic glass hood standing on robust steel plinth, which allows objects to be viewed from all perspectives. Therefore they are the best choice for displaying center pieces of an exhibition. There are plenty of accessing, lighting, locking, and environmental control options for you to create your unique showcase. Freestanding cases are adaptable to any location in a hall, and thus are most favourable pieces of many museums. Standard configuration of freestanding cases are steel plinth with powder coated cladding, aluminum alloy extrusion frame, ultra-clear laminated glass glazing, manually hinge open door, LED lighting, with mechanical cam locks. Settings are open to change according to your need.
 

Wall-standing display case & recessed display cases

National Textile Museum Of Malaysia Wall display cases are a large category of display cases, including Wall-mounted display cases, Built-in wall cases, Niche wall display cases, and others.Built along/on the wall, wall display cases introduce the most economical way to make use of the showroom. Wall display cases can be customized to cover a whole wall, leave the exhibiting surface neat and elegant.Thanks to the structure, they also provide sufficient facade for the display of flat objects like paintings, carpets, garments,etc. In the case of built-in wall cases, 5 sides of the case are fitted against walls, provides high-security display areas.Our professional design team can meet customers’ requirements. We offer following types of wall display cases:

Table display cases: glass cubes & bases

National Textile Museum Of Malaysia Frameless scalable Display Case on Pedestal Table top display cases are perfect platform to exhibit small artifacts, with easy accessible opening mechanism, high level of security and precise micro-climate control. They are ideal for close watch too, and are widely used by museums, libraries, and archives to display books and scrolls . Clear glass hoods on top are opened either by gas springs or by electric actuators.

Storage system display cases

National Gallery Singapore storage systems display cases Applicable to high density or compact display and storage. The perfect combination of look-down display and high-security storage at the same time.
 

Relicase has produced the display cases for the Bolgar Quran Museum

Bolghar (Tatar: Болгар, Chuvash: Пăлхар) was intermittently capital of Volga Bulgaria from the 8th to the 15th centuries, along with Bilyar and Nur-Suvar. It was situated on the bank of the Volga River, about 30 km downstream from its confluence with the Kama River and some 130 km from modern Kazan in what is now Spassky District. West of it lies a small modern town, since 1991 known as Bolgar. The UNESCO World Heritage Committee inscribed Bolgar Historical and Archaeological Complex (ancient Bolghar hill fort) to the World Heritage List in 2014.[1]

After the museum showcase project to Museum of Islamic Art, Doha ,relicase is honored to win museum showcase project for Bolgar Quran Museum

https://youtu.be/vCDJVdxO0vw

Our team fabricated and installed Freestanding standing display case in the shape of a crystal tent to protect the largest printed Koran in Quran Museum of the historical and archaeologi of Bolgar in 2018.

https://youtu.be/EgpWr-T0KQs

The largest printed Koran measures 2 m (6 ft 6.74 in) high, 1.52 m (4 ft 11.84 in) wide and 0.17 m (6.69 in) thick. The original Medina Koran, created by ARC Group s.r.l. (Italy) under the guidance of Nedjan Brataševec (Slovenia), Andrej Cernatič (Slovenia) and Mauro Loce (Italy), was presented by the Republican Foundation for the Revival of Historical and Cultural Monuments of the Republic of Tatarstan (Russia) to the Kul-Sharif mosque, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, on 17 November 2011.

Learn More about :Bolgar Historical and Archaeological Complex,Quran Museum