Click Netherfield - Prism

Secure all glass protective cover for optimum visibility.
Melbourne Gallery, Melbourne Museum
Prism cases are the perfect choice for the display of smaller objects and documents. They offer ease of access with a high level of security and environmental control. Each glass cover is securely bonded into a locking metal frame. All glass to glass joins are silicone fixed, mitred glass as standard. Butt-join option is available.

For smaller cases, access is lift-off or hinged. Larger cases are hinged with opening and closing assisted by gas struts. For oversized cases a hydraulic vertical rise and fall option is available.

The versatile Prism system offers many creative design opportunities whilst fully addressing aesthetic, security and conservation requirements. Prism cases may be mounted on a freestanding plinth or table-top, on a wall or on cantilever brackets. Plinth styles include cupboard, access display storage drawer units, stone plinths, steel frames, open metal framework, timber and steel structures and these can also be fully customised.
Museum quality laminated security or anti-bandit specification glass is standard and this provides important protection from external UV radiation. The option of low iron glass ensures that delicately coloured items such as illuminated manuscripts, textiles and art are seen in their true colours. Internal lighting is available with a choice of fibre optic styles such as gantry and pendant fittings and also a range of LED fittings is available. Abloy™ security locks are fitted as standard.

All materials used within the display chamber are either inert or conform to international museum conservation standards. Artsorb™ can be concealed within the case or plinth to provide control of the relative humidity. Likewise other materials such as activated charcoal can be used to control any emissions from the objects themselves. The system frame is supplied with a powder coated finish to any Dulux powder coat colour specification; others available on application.