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With the growing
awareness of environmental protection, the demand for various products
and materials is getting higher and higher. The cultural heritage of
museums and exhibits are particularly stringent for environmental
protection due to their uniqueness and irreversibility.
museum exhibitors also put forward new requirements, in addition to
ensuring its basic anti-theft anti-explosion automatic opening and other
intelligent human design, the material has no environmental pollution
and new requirements, in order to be effective The durability of the
exhibits is prevented.
Traditional museum display cases,
in the process of replacement, are generally not easy to recycle and
have been thrown away. This is a great waste of resources, so we need to
do more at design time. Therefore, we need to consider more reusable
aspects of the design, Therefore, we need to consider more reusable
aspects of the design, reasonable consideration of the product structure
and materials, even if the display cabinet product life is over, most
of the components can still be recycled.
Based on this concept,
We also integrates environmental protection and recyclability into the
design process, uses more environmentally friendly materials, such as
acid, in order to achieve zero in the exhibits. What we need to do is to
put the appearance of the showcase on the premise of perfection, and
focus on the invisible security and protection inside the showcase. This
model has also been a concept. It will be a new trend in the
development of showcases. All walks of life in the society are promoting
environmental protection. We would like to be the most active part and
contribute to the future development of the museum showcases.
The museum display cases
are used to display goods with a protective display stand, but it also
needs to be maintained. How to maintain the museum display cases?
when wiping the showcases, it is best to wipe the display cases with a
soft cloth that is absorbent, such as a towel, cotton, or flannel cloth,
otherwise it may scratch the surface of showcases, which should be
avoided as much as possible.
Don't clean the dust on the surface of the showcases with a dry cloth.
The dust consists of fibers, sand, and alumina. Many people clean the
surface of the showcases with a dry cloth, but in fact, these fine
particles can damage the surface paint of the display cases in the
friction rubbing back and forth. Although these scratches are negligibly
small and even the naked eye can't see it, but over time, it will cause
the surface of the showcase looking pale and rough, and no longer
Pay attention to prevent water from penetrating into the wood. If
happened, it will cause moldy or local deformation of the wood and
shorten the service life.
In the Friendly
Communications & Historical Testimony - Exhibition of Gifts
Presented to the Party and State Leaders in Diplomatic Activities, 611
gifts received by Party and State leaders at diplomatic events since the
foundation of New China were exhibited. They were chosen for display
based on their historical significance and high art value. Most of the
gifts were exhibited for the first time.
This project was mainly on Wall display cases and Table top display cases. For best visual effect, Relicase took elaborate design on illumination.
designed multi-bay display cases for the exhibition. An LED light bar
is hidden beneath each shelf. The height and location of the shelves
allow for flexible adjustment, mounting and removal. We applied large
hinged doors to suit the exhibits and allow easy staff access.
For Chengdu Museum
new exhibition hall for special collection 'Despite my hectic of
homesickness, Daqian Zhang', Relicase built the museum display cases for this exhibition.
exhibition opened officially on 2016/6/11. The exhibition displayed the
remainings of Mr Zhang such as collections, powder, works, seal,
letters, etc., presented Mr. Zhang's rich experience of life and art.
Many of the exhibits are the first display.
allows the audience to know better about Zhang Daqian's painting,
touring and living situation abroad, and gives them the opportunity to
find out the profound mystery of his artistic achievements. Zhang Daqian
in the special exhibition is both true and complete, rich and
multifaceted . It not only has a detailed description of his life, but
also an elucidation of his painting career. He also shows his precious
powder that he has never seen before. The special exhibition showed a
dripping "big world" for the audience.
For conservation and the display of the mummified remains, Relicase having the international standard of quality museum showcases,
also produce storage systems and display drawers for archival
requirements. Our basic ideals of design and manufacturing are based on
our vast experience from projects which we have completed successfully.
These ideals have now become standard for ensuring our showcases are
well-sealed, easy to open and operate, achieving high-security and
allows both passive or active humidity control systems to be integrated.
We manufacture strictly to the requirements of international museum
conservation for cultural relics, combining both the aesthetic as well
as functional properties of showcase design for each individual
Mummified remains are one of the most fragile
organic matter under the conservation care for historical relics. Once
they are unearthed from the ground, the remains will face difficult and
challenging conservation environments before they are being transferred
into the proper care of a specialized museum for final conservation,
storage or display.
The actual location where the mummified
remains is unearthed only serves temporarily as an interim storage
measure. Once the mummified remains is exposed to air and environmental
pollutants, careful and considered protection must be introduced
immediately. Therefore, the entire process of conservation requires
stringent long-term constant microclimate / humidity controls to protect
this very fragile heritage relic before, during transportation and
eventually to the laboratory and conservation storage or display at the
Once the museum has prepared the mummy or mummified
remains for exhibition, a technical team comprising of experts from the
curatorial as well as conservation areas will then plan the move to the
museum designated gallery space for display. One of the key challenges
is the adaptation of lighting controls and exhibition ambient
conditions. These challenges to conserve the Mummy in varied
circumstances and the resulting relocations serves to highlight the many
difficulties that our team had to encounter in completing this
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