Museum cultural relic display cabinet standards

2023/12/27

Author:DG Display Showcase Manufacturers& Suppliers - 25 Years DG Master of Custom Showcase Display

Standards for Museum Artifact Display Cases are a set of guidelines and specifications designed to ensure the safe, appropriate display and preservation of museum exhibits. These standards are usually developed by museum industry organizations, government departments and professional groups, and are constantly updated and improved to adapt to different types and sizes of museums and different types of cultural relics and artworks. Here are some key points from common museum artifact display case standards: Protection and Security: Display cases must provide adequate protection to prevent artifacts from theft, damage, or contamination. This includes using sturdy materials, security locks and alarm systems. Environmental Control: Display cases should be designed to provide constant temperature and humidity conditions to accommodate different types of artifacts. This helps prevent artifacts from decaying, fading, or getting damp. Lighting: The lighting of display cases should be sufficient but not too strong to avoid light damage to the artifacts. Lighting fixtures with low heat and low UV light are often used. Ventilation and Filtration: Showcases must have a ventilation system to ensure air circulation and prevent dust and contaminants from entering. Filters can be used to remove harmful gases. Shockproof design: Museum display cabinets should have a shockproof design to protect cultural relics from damage by earthquakes or vibrations. This includes shock-absorbing mounts and stabilizers. Adjustable shelves: There should be adjustable shelves inside the showcase to accommodate artifacts of different sizes and shapes. Fire protection: Display cabinets must have fire protection design to reduce the threat of fire to cultural relics. Labels and Markings: Artifact showcases should usually include clear labels and markings to provide information about the artifacts, such as name, author, age, etc. Accessibility: Display cases should be designed to make it easy for staff to maintain and access artifacts for inspection, cleaning, and maintenance. Regular inspection and recording: Museums should establish procedures for regular inspection and recording of artifact display cases to ensure they are functioning properly and provide the required protection of the artifacts. These standards are designed to ensure that museums can effectively preserve, display and protect cultural and artistic heritage while providing visitors with valuable information about the artefacts. Museums often select and customize display cases to meet the requirements of these standards based on their specific needs and collection characteristics. In addition, heritage display cabinet standards will continue to evolve over time and with advances in technology to adapt to new challenges and opportunities.

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