- Discrete and form-fitting object mount
- Can be flexibly adjusted to fit the object size
- Secure presentation thanks to use of spring steel
excl. VAT and shipping costs
delivery time: upon request
The aesthetically pleasing and appropriate display of museum exhibits is a basic prerequisite for the object to achieve its optimal effect.
To do justice to the versatility of exhibits, molitor developed a discrete mounting system that is concealed behind the object on display. The form-fitting system holds the exhibits securely in place, whether they are positioned vertically or horizontally.
The stainless-steel wires are covered with silicone tubing and simply bent around the object to create a small “claw”, which can then be trimmed as required. The spider mount holds the exhibit securely in place without exerting pressure, thus ensuring damage-free display. In addition, the combination of standardised production and individual adaptability makes our spider mount a cost-effective and simple solution.
Stainless steel spider mount
One 3 mm rod with 1 mm claws for exhibits weighing up to 500 g
One 5 mm rod with 1.5 mm claws for exhibits weigh-ing up to 3 kg
To protect the exhibits from damage, we recommend our customers cover the spring-steel claws with silicone or shrinkable tubing. This process requires silicone spray, in addition to the tubing.