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museum grade wall display cases-National Museum Of China

Emperor Kangxi and Emperor Qianlong in their court dress debuted in two of our specially designed museum grade wall display cases ​in 2011. After three and a half months of hard work, the two  display panels measuring 3W x 5H x 0.7D m were installed in the National Museum Of China

wall display case-National Museum Of China

The Kangxi Emperor (r. 1662-1722, personal name Xuanye and posthumous title Shengzu) was the second emperor of the Qing dynasty (1644–1911) to rule over China proper. He ascended the throne at the age of eight and reigned for sixty-one years (with the reign name of Kangxi beginning in 1662).

The Qianlong Emperor (1711-1799, personal name Hongli and posthumous title Gaozong) was the fourth emperor of the Qing dynasty (1644–1911) to rule over China proper.

Two paintings of the court dresses of Kangxi Emperor and Qianlong Emperor were painted by Giuseppe Castiglione (1688-1766), with an overall dimension of 3m (Length) x 5m (Height) x 0.7 (Thickness), were exhibited in the Ancient China hall, National Museum of China. In order to present the paintings in the closest proximity to viewers, a single piece of glass weighing 612.7Kg was used, which posed a great challenge in the design of the overall structure of the panels. The mainframe of the panel is made of a 27mm-thick steel plate to support the 612.7kg load and protect the displayer from distortion after long-term use. The electric opening system ensures added safety. The electric lifting system makes it convenient to reposition the painting at the ground level. The TCFA system centrally controls all functions. The magnetic display system of the rear dress panel within the displayer helps with the flattening of the exhibit. This system reduces the possible strain and damage caused by gravity to fibrous materials which are hung and displayed vertically.

For the lighting design, after over 20 tests, a final decision was made to utilize two rows of LED spotlights at the top, illuminating from four different angles, which helps achieve even lighting across large-scale paintings and incorporating background lighting with accent lighting. The bottom of the showcase is designed with a set of hidden LED-assisted lighting to complement the lighting. This set of lights is controlled by the TCFA system and the electrics are turned up to start working.

Book museum grade secure display case-the Library of the First President Of Kazakhstan

Relicase has created book museum grade secure display case ​with a steel structure, These showcases display a range of objects about the Museum of the First President .

These include a curved electronic-lifting mechanism table-case, high security standard showcase, long curved wall-mounted case, etc. These can all be opened electronically by remote control, for instance, Electronic Pull and Slide Opening, Electronic Swiveling Hinge Opening and Electronic Vertical Lift Opening.

 

All glass museum display case-Museum of Islamic Art, Doha

For museums, regardless of which type of Museum, he needed acertain display device will exhibit to the audience,all glass museum display case is a very high quality device。In 2006, relicase Collaborating with famous French interior designer Wilmotte & Associés SA ; we was tasked with designing the permanent all glass museum display case for these treasures in Museum of Islamic Art, Doha

all  glass museum display case  range allows for complete all-round visibility.The slim frame on the top element creates an almost invisible all-round viewing for objects in a dramatic setting. Customization of sizes is possible with considerations for internal lighting which is mounted within the frame glass top. Accessories such as hanging rails and graphic backdrops can be incorporated as add-ons later. The case system comes with a concealed drawer for passive silica gel / absorb at the bottom of the case.

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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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

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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.

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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.

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