Click Netherfield - Spectrum

Spectrum all glass case with integral lighting section.
Melbourne Galleries, Melbourne Museum
The Spectrum style case features maximum display flexibility combined with security protection. The upper system frame provides an integral housing for lighting. The Spectrum system is extremely versatile and is widely used for major showcase constructions as both glass, ZF MDF, steel and other structural panels can be used.

Spectrum cases can be single or multi-bay, freestanding or on a plinth, platform or steel structure, and wall mounted. Case configurations include runs with stepped cestions, cruciform, L shape, triangular, hexagonal, octagonal and multifaceted.

There is a choice of access. Precision engineered pull and slide hardened steel door mechanisms offer smooth, effortless operation with 60% opening to left and right. Doors can also be hinged with a fully concealed dual action hinge that allows the door to open within its width. This allows all panels in a case run to be specified as opening doors. Very large doors can have gas spring assisted opening. Where cases may need to be relocated or, where access is an issue into a space, or cases are for temporary or touring exhibitions, Vista 3 & 4 cases are available in demountable form, from the TESS range. Spectrum cases offer a choice of adjustable shelving systems. The system frame is supplied with a powder coated finish to any Dulux powder coat colour specification; others available on application.

High security Abloyâ„¢ locks are fitted as standard in addition to one or more mechanical locks. Museum quality laminated security or anti-bandit specification glass is standard and this also 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.

Cases are highly sealed and have been tested and approved by BSRIA to achieve an air change rate of 0.1 per day.