Nowadays, more and more museums are built each year, and the demand for museum display cases are rocketing accordingly. Then how to build a perfect museum display case to reveal the beauty of cultural relics? Hope you can find some inspiration in this article.
Museum display cases are indispensable fundamental protective measures for exhibits. Most exhibits like painting and calligraphy, textiles, bamboo, wood, lacquer, bone artifacts, paintings, murals, natural leather etc. are sensitive to temperature changes. If temperature and humidity inside the display cases fluctuate violently, wrinkling, deformation, cracking or other damages may be caused to the exhibits. While displaying the exhibits, museums shall keep in mind the crucial responsibility of protecting them, and minimize hazardous elements. Exhibits are non-renewable carriers of cultural and relics, which should be protected at all costs. Display cases with excellent airtight performance are crucial to the protection of the relics, for they offer powerful control over the temperature and humidity inside, and keep dusts, microbes and other contaminants away.
Airtight performance is a weighing indication to evaluate a display case. To achieve optimal microclimate control, high airtightness is a must. Customized display cases need to balance between precise sizes and tight sealing.
The giant crystal-tent like display vitrine Relicase customized for Bolgar Quran Museum was built on an octagram shaped base ,The museum display case walls are mounted without pillars. The whole structure is solely supported by glass walls. Transparent top is puzzled with triangular glass panels. Glass body parts mount directly on glass base, shaping into a typical Star of Lakshmi. Every single seam is figured out by numerous calculations and simulations. Deviations are limited strictly within 0.3°for bevel angle and 0.5mm for dimension.