The free-standing display case is self-supporting, but is often anchored to the floor for safety and security reasons. It offers an all-round view on the exposed object.

is also a freestanding display case. It is mainly used for exhibiting documents, books and small objects.

is also a freestanding display case. The glass hood display case is similar to the table display case. The main difference is a vertical glass hood to the horizontally developed glass hood of the table display case. It is used mainly for single objects.

The wall display case stands on the floor and is normally fixed to the wall and has usually an opaque back wall.

is structurally fixed to the wall and requires therefore a weight bearing wall.

is only suspended from the ceiling.

This construction is partly or fully integrated in a wall. It is indicated e.g. if you have a limited amount of gallery space and the construction can support a high level of security.

is embedded in the floor and can be designed as a walk-on construction

This all-weather construction is watertight and designed for the outdoor use, but features reduced preventive conservation performances.

The modular and demountable display case system HLS grows with your collection and temporary exhibition needs. It can be assembled and dismantled without specialist help thus is particularly suitable for changing or travelling exhibitions.

The painting display case Protector hides behind the Gallery frame the picture case which is invisible and protects the work of art from damage by vandalism, UV-and IR-radiation, VOC’s (optional) and humidity fluctuations in Galleries, Churches, Castles, Private homes and in transit.

This type is based on particular exhibit design requirements or because of the seize, the nature or special conservation requirements of the exhibits.