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Extra large HAHN Wall Cases equipped with special shock absorbing bumpers and RK-2-Xa climate control unit
The British Museum, Nebamun Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 2009
Extra large HAHN Wall Cases equipped with special shock absorbing bumpers and RK-2-Xa climate control unit
Extra large HAHN Wall Cases equipped with special shock absorbing bumpers and RK-2-Xa climate control unit
Extra large HAHN Wall Cases equipped with special shock absorbing bumpers and RK-2-Xa climate control unit
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Product Wall cases
Extra large HAHN Wall Cases equipped with special shock absorbing bumpers and RK-2-Xa climate control unit
Extra large HAHN Wall Cases equipped with special shock absorbing bumpers and RK-2-Xa climate control unit
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Detail of wall case and lighting system
Detail of wall case and lighting system
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Kingsize free-standing display cases 6m long, 2m deep, 5m high with fiber optic lighting, and wall case measuring over 15m length, central HAHN climate control system RK2 Xa
The British Museum, Wellcome Trust Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 2003
Kingsize free-standing display cases 6m long, 2m deep, 5m high with fiber optic lighting, and wall case measuring over 15m length, central HAHN climate control system RK2 Xa
Kingsize free-standing display cases over 6 m long, 2 m deep, 5 m high with fiber optic lighting, and a wall case measuring over 15 m length. 
All cases are connected to the central HAHN climate control system RK2 Xa, maintaining a stable microclimate even in extra-large display cases. The climate control data are monitored via PC with special software, located in a  separate control room completely invisible to the visitor.
Kingsize free-standing display cases over 6 m long, 2 m deep, 5 m high with fiber optic lighting, and a wall case measuring over 15 m length.
All cases are connected to the central HAHN climate control system RK2 Xa, maintaining a stable microclimate even in extra-large display cases. The climate control data are monitored via PC with special software, located in a separate control room completely invisible to the visitor.
Extra large wall case measuring over 15 m length. Central HAHN climate control system RK2 Xa.
Extra large wall case measuring over 15 m length. Central HAHN climate control system RK2 Xa.
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The renowned British Museum in London owns around 80 display cases from the modular HAHN HLS exhibition system.
The British Museum, Main Exhibition Room, London
United Kingdom, 2000
The renowned British Museum in London owns around 80 display cases from the modular HAHN HLS exhibition system.
The renowned British Museum in London owns around 80 display cases from the modular HAHN HLS exhibition system. Since 2000, these cases have served more than 15 larger exhibitions and numerous smaller shows in Gallery 35, a space dedicated to changing exhibitions. The following images show for example the presentation „Human Image“ in the year 2000.
For a great variety of subjects and artefacts from around the world shown in the Museum, the HAHN HLS exhibition system offers virtually unlimited possibilities combined with maximum ease of installation and the highest level of conservation protection.
The renowned British Museum in London owns around 80 display cases from the modular HAHN HLS exhibition system. Since 2000, these cases have served more than 15 larger exhibitions and numerous smaller shows in Gallery 35, a space dedicated to changing exhibitions. The following images show for example the presentation „Human Image“ in the year 2000.
For a great variety of subjects and artefacts from around the world shown in the Museum, the HAHN HLS exhibition system offers virtually unlimited possibilities combined with maximum ease of installation and the highest level of conservation protection.
The renowned British Museum in London owns around 80 display cases from the modular HAHN HLS exhibition system. Since 2000, these cases have served more than 15 larger exhibitions and numerous smaller shows in Gallery 35, a space dedicated to changing exhibitions. The following images show for example the presentation „Human Image“ in the year 2000.
For a great variety of subjects and artefacts from around the world shown in the Museum, the HAHN HLS exhibition system offers virtually unlimited possibilities combined with maximum ease of installation and the highest level of conservation protection.
The renowned British Museum in London owns around 80 display cases from the modular HAHN HLS exhibition system. Since 2000, these cases have served more than 15 larger exhibitions and numerous smaller shows in Gallery 35, a space dedicated to changing exhibitions. The following images show for example the presentation „Human Image“ in the year 2000.
For a great variety of subjects and artefacts from around the world shown in the Museum, the HAHN HLS exhibition system offers virtually unlimited possibilities combined with maximum ease of installation and the highest level of conservation protection.
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Admonitions Scroll in Room, 91a
British Museum Admonitions Scroll (Room 91a), London
United Kingdom, 2014
Admonitions Scroll in Room, 91a
Foto: Trustees of the British Museum
Foto: Trustees of the British Museum
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The cases are equipped with LED fiber optic light-bars and passive humidity control. To protect the extremely sensitive objects, the bigger case in the center of the gallery holds a blind (by others) which can be operated without opening the display void. Both cases have a motorized lift-up opening. Due to retractable floors the access for the museum staff is most convenient.
Foto: Trustees of the British Museum
The cases are equipped with LED fiber optic light-bars and passive humidity control. To protect the extremely sensitive objects, the bigger case in the center of the gallery holds a blind (by others) which can be operated without opening the display void. Both cases have a motorized lift-up opening. Due to retractable floors the access for the museum staff is most convenient.
Foto: Trustees of the British Museum
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The two over 4,5 m long table display cases are presenting the extremely sensitive Admonitions Scroll written by Zhang Hua (about AD  232-300). The paintings from China on silk with ink and colours are a work of the 6th to 7th century.
Fotos: Trustees of the British Museum
The two over 4,5 m long table display cases are presenting the extremely sensitive Admonitions Scroll written by Zhang Hua (about AD 232-300). The paintings from China on silk with ink and colours are a work of the 6th to 7th century.
Fotos: Trustees of the British Museum
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Restored historic table cases with wooden bases and development of new display cases adapted to the historic look showing the collection of the Enlightenment Gallery.
The British Museum, Kings Library, London
United Kingdom, 2003
Restored historic table cases with wooden bases and development of new display cases adapted to the historic look showing the collection of the Enlightenment Gallery.
Restored historic table cases with wooden bases and development of new display cases adapted to the historic look showing the collection of the Enlightenment Gallery.
Restored historic table cases with wooden bases and development of new display cases adapted to the historic look showing the collection of the Enlightenment Gallery.
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Display case for one of the most important Egyptian objects with 3 distinct bands of writing dated 196 BC shown at the museum.
The British Museum, The Rosetta Stone, London
United Kingdom, 1999
Display case for one of the most important Egyptian objects with 3 distinct bands of writing dated 196 BC shown at the museum.
The ancient Egytian Rosetta Stone dating back to 196 BC is measuring 112.3 cm high, 75.7 cm wide and 28.4 cm thick. It is a very special Egyptian sculpture with 3 types of ancient hieroglyph languages.
The ancient Egytian Rosetta Stone dating back to 196 BC is measuring 112.3 cm high, 75.7 cm wide and 28.4 cm thick. It is a very special Egyptian sculpture with 3 types of ancient hieroglyph languages.
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13 display cases of different types and sizes
The British Museum, Early Egypt Gallery, Room 64, London
United Kingdom, 1992
13 display cases of different types and sizes
13 display cases of different types and sizes
13 display cases of different types and sizes
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The British Museum, Egyptian Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 2000
10 free-standing cases and 20 wall display cases in different sizes
The British Museum, Korean Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 2000
7 wall screens for oversized pictures, with fiber optic illumination, some equipped with climate control RK-2-xa
The British Museum, African Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 2000
25 wall cases and free-standing cases, extra large dimensions, with fibre optic illumination
The British Museum, North American Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 1999
Large wall cases and free-standing display cases in different dimensions
The British Museum, Money Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 1996
22 free-standing and wall display cases of different dimensions, equipped with fiber optic illumination
The British Museum, Europe 19th Century, Room 47, London
United Kingdom, 1994
16 free-standing + wall display cases, 1 extra large: 10.850 x 875 x 2.595 mm, laminated safety glass, lightbox, DUORAIL sliding doors
The British Museum, Europe, 15th - 18th Century, Room 46, London
United Kingdom, 1994
Wall display cases over 6 m length; 11,5 mm laminated safety glass, free-standing cases with DUORAIL sliding-doors on both long sides, lightbox, up to 3.700 mm high.
The British Museum, Hellenistic Gallery, Rooms 13 and 14, London
United Kingdom, 1994
All-glass U-shaped cases up to 8 m long and 3 m high, hinged metal lids including ventilation for lighting, DUORAIL sliding-doors, plus wall display cases
The British Museum, New Mexican Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 1994
3 extra large wall display cases, more than 15 m long, with remote controlled sliding-doors, 1 suspended display case with passive climate controll and fiber optic lighting.
The British Museum, Etruscan Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 1990
29 free-standing + wall display cases, halogen spot lamps, information panels, CLAREX covers, glass-top, glass-screen on steel frame for the "Boccanero Plaques" 3.600 x 1.811 mm
The British Museum, Mesopotamia Gallery, Man Before Metals Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 1990
Free-standing display cases, wall mounted display cases, wall display cases, DUORAIL track, glasshood, humidified, halogen spot lamps, raised panels with CLAREX cover.
The British Museum, Roman Gallery, Room 70, London
United Kingdom, 1990
Free-standing display cases, free-standing corner display cases, wall mounted display cases, wall display cases, MONORAIL- and DUORAIL track, increased label slopes, CLEARWHITE gla
The British Museum, Egypt and African Gallery, Room 65, London
United Kingdom, 1990
14 free-standing and wall display cases, DUORAIL track, lightbox, information panels, halogen spot lamps
The British Museum, Japanese Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 1989
28 free-standing and wall display cases, alarm equipped, SILICAGEL trays, DUORAIL track, halogen spot lamps, 1 large wall case in U-shape: 2.375 x 2.375 x 3.750 mm.