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Storing artwork and museum artifacts is not a simple task. Storage for a museum and an art gallery is equally important as displaying the artworks for people to see. Museum and art curators as well as scientists trained in art preservation and restoration consider the storage options for them vary carefully. High density mobile storage system are the most flexible to handle such an important task.
A high density mobile unit made of shelves can accommodate most museum artifacts, while several of its units may be built to hang artworks. How can you have your art and object stored correctly? A high density mobile unit system can be built with adjustable steel shelves, so that you can store both tall and short objects at the same time, making good use of every inch of spare space. Due to the unit’s design shelves can be put in any height and they can change according to the dimensions of the object they store.
One of the best organization tips is categorizing objects by size. This way all curators and staff will know how to look for objects. Creating categories is another option, for example large framed artworks, smaller artworks, small sculptures, large sculptures and so on. In these categories the objects or artworks can be alphabetically so that search is made easier.
No matter which way you choose to organize your high density mobile storage system, one thing is for sure. You will never run out of space when you utilize all the customizable shelves and steel accessories in a high density unit.