Display cases form an intimate room in museums to exhibit relics and artworks to the audience. They are the channel for spiritual conversation, while cast ultimate guard for the exhibits. Display cases with climate control provide comprehensive protection over exhibits through special designs. Strict airtight measures to minimize air exchange, powerful humidity and temperature control, lighting with minimal heat radiation. All the details combine, form an optimal preserving enclosure. To display and to preserve, display cases with excellent climate control have become more and more popular among museums.
Poor management of humidity is one of the key factors that may cause damage to fragile or sensitive exhibits such as those comprised of fabric
and paper. In order to keep humidity within a set constant range, we offer two options:Passive climate humidity control and Active climate humidity control
Passive climate humidity control display cases
media in sheet or granulated form. In a passive environmental control system, a sealed case is designed to incorporate reactive materials that absorb and release moisture. The objective is either to stabilize (buffer) the enclosure against RH change or control (adjust) the interior RH to a specific level. Although these materials can both absorb and release moisture, they are known as moisture absorbers, Experience has shown that passive humidity control is very effective and can be incorporated into museum cases without major expense. Low maintenance and low initial expense makes passive designs especially attractive for museums with restricted exhibit budgets or for exhibits with many cases or cases in diverse locations.
· Active climate humidity control display cases
An electronic constant humidity control system can precisely control and maintain the humidity in showcases.Whether it is required to dehumidify or humidify, the electronic constant humidity control system works around the clock to ensure the humidity level is maintained throughout as specified for a particular exhibit.
A good Museum quality glass display cases should meet several key criteria to effectively preserve and showcase artifacts while engaging and educating visitors. Here are some important factors to consider: Preservation and Protection: The display case must offer a controlled environment to protect artifacts from external factors such as dust, pollutants, temperature fluctuations, and humidity…
To make cultural museum display cases that meet the needs of the exhibition, here are the general principles of design: Coordination: The appearance, materials, and lighting configuration of the showcase should align with the style of the exhibits. Starting from the characteristics of the exhibits, integrate the showcase into the exhibition environment, making it as…
In order to ensure the safety of exhibits from potential threats and hazards, museum display cases are designed with various measures in mind. One important aspect is the selection of materials for the display cases. Non-toxic and pollution-free materials are chosen to prevent any harmful gas emissions that could potentially damage the artifacts. This ensures…