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Museum Display Cases

Author: venusgeng

Aug. 26, 2022

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Tags: Security & Protection

Museums are places where important historical artifacts are stored and where many important things from the long history of mankind are recorded. museum display cases are important equipment for museums to store and display artifacts.

Antiques, also known as relics and curios, are cultural relics left over from ancient times, including heirlooms and excavated items. It is regarded as a microcosm of human civilization and history, integrating the history, local history, natural history, identification, the history of science and technology and other knowledge connotations into one. Through the rise and fall of countless dynasties, the wind of Tibetan opera remains unabated and even hotter. It has its own infinite charm and unique pleasure.

Artifacts have different requirements for temperature, humidity, light, atmospheric environment and biological factors. Since different artifacts have different requirements for temperature and humidity, it is important to choose professional equipment that can control both temperature and humidity.

Artifacts are susceptible to environmental factors during preservation, and changes in the environment can lead to deterioration or damage. Even when preserved in a museum, outside factors such as temperature, humidity, light, air pollutants and pests can slowly damage artifacts. Environmental factors have become the main cause of damage to museum collections of cultural objects.

Therefore, it is very important to choose the right museum display cases to protect the relics.

Tianjin CNRO Science&Technology Co., Ltd. is a Chinese manufacturer specializing in producing various museum display cases and providing museum storage solutions. Our unique constant temperature, humidity and low oxygen technology enable us to provide professional protection and storage for different collections of cultural relics.


Low-oxygen(constant humidity) And Clean Showcase

How to choose the right museum display cases?

Due to the wide variety of heritage collections with different textures and properties, the requirements for their preservation are also different. Therefore, the necessary measures should be taken in a targeted manner according to the performance of the collection to preserve and store the collection properly.


1. Temperature and humidity:

In order to enable the collection to remain in good condition for a long time, suitable temperature and humidity are essential conditions. Generally speaking, the humidity of 1518℃ and relative humidity of 5065% are suitable for various items. When the temperature is too high, it should be cooled down; when the temperature is too low, it should be heated; when the humidity is too high, dehumidification measures should be taken; when the humidity is too low, humidification should be carried out. Take the necessary measures for changes in temperature and humidity. In addition, it should be noted that shelves, cabinets, boxes, etc. where collections are placed should not be placed near the ground or against the wall. They should be placed at the proper height or at a certain distance from the wall, and paintings and drawings hung on the wall should be checked frequently. The wall behind the tapestry etc. is not wet.

The museum display cases, also known as cultural relics' constant temperature and humidity storage cabinets, can meet the requirements of a constant temperature and humidity environment, the need for constant temperature and humidity environment with research value and significance of precious cultural relics for effective storage and preservation.


2. Harmful gases and dust:

Air pollution in modern society is very serious. When there is a trace of ozone in the atmosphere, it can make copper, iron, lead and other metals oxidation, so that fabrics, paper, and paint pigment fade or discoloration.
Many harmful gases, such as coal, spoiled food, hydrogen sulfide in the toilet (rotten egg smell) gas, silver, copper, and lead are harmful; paper and leather have a destructive effect, resulting in metal corrosion; not to mention a large amount of carbon dioxide emissions from aircraft, cars, chimneys, coal stoves, etc., the air is often interspersed with very fine hard particles, combined with moisture fall deposited on the items, easy to parasitize microorganisms, such as Bacteria and mold, particularly harmful to a variety of organic texture of the collection. To prevent harmful gases and dust from affecting the collection, the collection should be placed in a place with relatively fresh air to minimize the possible damage to the collection caused by the smell of fumes and feces.

The constant temperature and humidity property of museum display cases can effectively isolate harmful gases and dust and can set the constant temperature and humidity state as needed for those precious cultural relics with research value and significance that need constant temperature and humidity for effective storage and preservation. Temperature and humidity environment.


3. Mold and insect pests:

An effective way to prevent the growth of mold is natural ventilation, trying to eliminate the indoor moldy environment. Once the items with mold are found, they should be disinfected. Some disinfectants such as musk camphor and phenol can also be made into a fungicidal solution for spraying. For pests, you can use potassium cyanide, p-dichlorobenzene, tobacco and other solid insecticides, and actively participate in rodent and fly control activities.

The museum display cases can effectively prevent mold, block pests, isolate harmful gases and dust, and can be set up as needed constant temperature and humidity state, effective storage and preservation of precious and research value need constant temperature and humidity environment.


4. Light:

Natural light in the ultraviolet and infrared light will make the items fragile, and deteriorate, and visible light will damage the color and play a destructive role in the collection, so the collection should avoid direct sunlight. Blinds or glass should be placed on the windows to reduce the impact of ultraviolet light on the collection.

The museum display cases can effectively isolate harmful and unfavorable ultraviolet, infrared and other light, harmful gases and dust, prevent mold, block pests, and can set constant temperature and humidity state according to requirements, which can be effectively stored and preserved. (Suitable for those who need a constant temperature and humidity environment with research value and significance of the precious cultural relics).