Visible storage equipment answers to a special need for museums with collections in their reserves spaces that may have a semi public access. This new approach, brought by museums, archive centers and even universities and libraries, allows visitors to have a broader view of their collections, as these establishments can usually only display a small part of it in their exhibit halls.
Visible or open reserves are not yet too common, but are certainly growing, and special conservation storage equipment is developed to make collections more viewable. Rather than being displayed in conventional museum exhibits, collections can simply be stored on shelving that is protected by glass doors or into glass top display drawers that are generally located in separate rooms, apart from the exhibit halls, or even in separate buildings. With our computer-assisted technology, we can give your stored collections much more exposure at competitive prices. This kind of storage will soon be a specialty in itself.