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Display cases are facilities created to provide solid preservation to cultural relics in a long-term, through which the evolution of nature and human society are displayed. It is the best way to protect displayed natural and cultural heritage.The interior of a showcase is a relatively air-tight environment. We create a stable inner environment within the showcase to ensure exhibits do not suffer damage from changes in environmental factors outside the case. Lighting inside a showcase shall comply to the Codes for Design of Lighting in Museums. And attribute to creating artistic atmosphere,highlighting exhibits,and illuminating auxiliaries. The light sources should be concealed and the illumination level and angle of light adjusted, Infrared light, ultraviolet light must be filtered out to prevent heat gain and potential damages to the exhibits. Showcases act as the last barrier between exhibits and the audience.Display cases select includes Type, Plinth Base, Access or Opening, Lighting, Glass, Environment Control, Security & Protection, Color and other Auxiliary Functions.

  • Security system
    We recommend locks from Abloy, which has been recognized for its high security performance and is the brand designated by international museums. Abloy's unique masterkey management system allows only classified and authorized management access to our showcases. For showcases where it is not suitable to install mechanical locks, we provide electronic locks which can be remotely opened or closed. For showcases using electric open systems, the wirelessly controlled electric opening mechanism is configured with mechanical self-locking. Fingerprint recognition systems are also an option for opening showcases
    Different alarm systems can be selected based on the level of security required for exhibits. Alarm or security systems such as door open detection, movement detection, glass break detection, vibration sensors and more are available.
  • Environmental control system
    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 humidity control media in sheet or granulated form. These absorb excessive moisture in the air to control changes in humidity levels within showcases to ensure the humidity in showcases does not fluctuate. · Active humidity control system. 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.
    The CTH system we provide can be independently installed to maintain a consistent temperature and humidity, and allow for precise control of the microenvironment within a specified volumetric space in a showcase. An external air conditioner can effectively control the temperature and humidity of the showcase.
    A very low level of oxygen within showcases is maintained by injecting nitrogen into the interior showcase to displace the oxygen. This effectively prevents damage to the exhibits as a result of oxidation within the display chamber.
    Pollutants in the air inside showcases such as bacteria, microorganisms, suspended particles, and special corrosive gases are the key causes of irreversible damage to exhibits. Adsorbents,activated carbon fabric and air filtration systems effectively reduce the concentration of the above substances.
    The successful control and management of the interior environment of showcases depends heavily on the sealing performance of each showcase. Our showcases meet the high tightness standard for showcases: the air exchange rate is no greater than 0.2d-1 .
  • lighting
    Fluorescent light is the most common choice for uniform or general illumination due to its high color rendering and life-like colors. An extensive range of choices for different types of fluorescent lighting models and lighting temperatures are available and can come with intelligent or manual dimming. A fluorescent tube generates high levels of ultraviolet radiation, which can be filtered out by laminated glass diffuser layers or by using UV fitering film.
    General lighting or accent lighting can be achieved with low voltage halogen lighting. It allows the easy replacement of lens accessories, is dimmable, and you can choose the right angle of light by selecting different light sources and conveniently adjusting lighting positions. Special ultraviolet light filtration treatment is also required.
    This is the preferred choice for museum lighting. Fibre optic lighting became hugely popular after it was introduced to museums in the 1990s and has since become widely applicable. This is because fibre optic lighting systems offer many advantages. This type of system is composed of three basic components: a light source or light projector (a halogen light source, metal halide light source and LED light source are available), glass fibre optic harness and end-light fixture. The light source can be placed at a position outside the showcase and away from exhibits so the heat it generates will not affect the exhibits. The fibre optic harness is able to effectively conduct visible light while eradicating ultraviolet light; this means the resulting light does not contain ultraviolet light or heat. The number and position of end-light fixtures can be combined in any way so as to achieve the optimum lighting effect. You can easily adjust the angle, focal point and direction of light to meet the lighting requirements of exhibits of different types and sizes.
    LED light sources can come in the form of light strips, spotlights or track-mounted spotlights. With the development and improvement of LED technology, the range of applications of LED lights has widened considerably. LED lighting's low electricity consumption, extremely long service life and wide variety of installations provides diverse exhibition applications.

Our design team regularly collaborates with top museum experts, display designers, architects and artists to complete exhibition projects. Our accumulated experience and excellent professional skills guide us throughout each project to solve even the most complicated issues.

    Allow showcases to harmoniously blend into the exhibition's environment, so as to emphasize the exhibits.
    Ensure the structure of our showcases can be used in an indoor environment for an extended period without any obvious structural distortion.
    Ensure that clients are able to conveniently open or close, display exhibits and perform daily maintenance.
    Ensure that a customized interior environment is created and maintained for the preservation of the exhibit.
    Ensure that the operators and exhibits are well protected by internationally recognized security measures and advanced technology.
  • Selection of Glass
    For security & safety reasons, we 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. Available glass types include: COMMON FLOAT GLASS EXTRA-CLEAR GLASS ANTI-REFLECTIVE GLASS
  • Color of Showcase
    The color of showcase is the most fundamental way to make a strong visual impact on the viewers. Various colors are available to meet clients' diverse needs. We provide color selections for metal, wood or fabric coverings such as RAL, PANTONE, GOE, NCS, DIC, CNCS, and MUNSELL. Custom colors provided by the client can also be implemented.
  • Showcase Plinth Base
    The plinth case of museum display showcases and the exterior facings are composed of different materials, most commonly steel plates, wood, and stone. You can make your decision on the type of material to choose based on the weight of the exhibits and the weight-bearing capacity of the plinth base. The standard design is a steel plinth base with a weight-bearing capacity of 150Kg/m2 and an electrostatically coated steel plate finish on the exterior facing.