Material Usage Requirements and Reflection Problems of Museum Display Racks

1. Requirements for the use of materials for museum display racks

We all know that the things displayed in the museum are very precious, and any one can be regarded as a treasure. So in order to be presented in front of tourists, there must be a display stand for protection, so the materials of these display stands are also very important.

Structural frame material: The structure of the connecting part between the profile and the glass meets the requirements of high-performance display cabinets. The timeliness of high-performance brand aluminum alloy profiles (6063) is T6. The Webster hardness is not less than 8. After electrostatic spraying, the surface reflection is not more than 30, and the spraying meets the standard.

All materials used in museum displays are inert and environmentally friendly to reduce potential contamination risks. For sheets that are in direct contact with the display part, choose a grade B sheet that seals the surface and prevents fire and harmful gas handling. In this way, damage to exhibits, especially sensitive items, from formaldehyde, acetic acid or acetic acid gas can be minimized. Textiles must be environmentally friendly pure cotton textiles with no formaldehyde release. Tested by the relevant testing department or laboratory, it is suitable for museum products. Sheets are not glued. The formaldehyde content in the exhibition space is less than or equal to 0.05mg/m3, the content of benzene is less than or equal to 0.05mg/m3, and the content of TVOC is less than or equal to 0.5mg/m3.

The adhesive specification between the glass and the structural frame is; environmentally friendly adhesives that do not emit any acid or harmful gases must be used. The viscosity of the adhesive is between 7500-1000PS. The viscosity of the coagulant is between 2500-6000PS. The melting point is greater than 150°C.

2. The reflection problem of museum display racks

The reflection problem of museum display racks is caused by the insufficient light transmittance and low reflectivity of glass. This kind of glass is easily affected by the lighting in the exhibition hall or the ambient light outside the exhibition hall, which causes glare and affects the visiting experience, so some people put their faces close to the glass in order to see the cultural relics.

How to solve the problem of reflection of museum display racks?

In order to solve the reflection problem of museum display racks, museum display rack manufacturers can use low-reflection glass. The low-reflection glass for museum display racks produced by display rack manufacturers has a light transmittance of up to 97%, which is about 7% higher than the previous ultra-clear glass, and has a reflectivity of less than 1%. The visual effect is close to transparency. Overcome the lack of backlighting. Whether it is a tourist who likes to take pictures, or a spectator who stops in front of the showcase to watch, the visual experience can be enjoyed.