Sectional Freestanding Glass Wall Display Case
This multi-use freestanding wall case is a classic and very popular museum display case found in several establishments. Designed in sections, the ZF-301 can cover full walls with no length limitations. It offers lots of flexibility and can accommodate both smaller and larger objects, and both permanent and rotating exhibitions.
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Lighting can easily be integrated to your ZF-301 display cases, with access within the case or in a separate light canopy, without the need to open the door of your case. Several options are available, including LED and fiber optic.
A suspended or a cantilevered glass shelving system could be added to your ZF-301 display case to showcase a wide range of objects at various levels within your display case. The adjustable shelves will adapt to your changing exhibits and can be removed when not needed.
A Robust Modular Construction
The ZF-301 is a modular design concept in which a series of modules are assembled in-line to create long and continuous wall cases. Although a single module can stand on its own, the ZF-301 are often seen with multiple modules to cover long wall sections. There are no limitations as to how many modules can be connected.
The robust and sturdy steel structure of the ZF-301, combined with heavy-duty concealed hinges are intended to support very large and heavy glass doors.
This stand-alone museum display case is often categorized as a wall display case
Make Use of the Back Wall
Depending on the selection of materials, the back walls of the freestanding wall display cases may be used to pin and hang objects. They may also be removable and could be repainted for future exhibitions. Graphics could be applied to the back wall to enhance the design and present complementary information to the visitors.
Customization and Flexibility
The ZF-301 can be designed with glass or solid sides. These cases can be recessed into wall niches or installed along your existing wall surfaces. They could also become central elements when installed in a back-to-back position.
The top and bottom structure of your ZF-301 case can be customized and cladded with wood to provide a more rustic finish, other materials are also available.
The addition of internal furniture accessories such as plinths, risers, reading rails, and dividing walls can be a great addition to increase your display possibilities.
The addition of alarms, sensors and plungers is possible with any of our display case designs.