The installation system elegantly blends into the background in order make the exhibits stand out. The stainless steel construction is suitable for high loads and can be customised in a number of ways.
As an experienced designer of numerous exhibitions, we are familiar with the requirements of professional exhibition presentation as a result of our many years in the business. Our awareness of the effective presentation of authentic exhibits and our exceptionally high standards when it comes to functional mounting brackets led us to develop our own installation system.
The end panels are affixed as an individual grid behind the exhibition back wall or underneath the display panel. This means that only the internal thread and the subtle supporting rod (Ø 10 mm) are visible. This supporting rod can be simply screwed into the socket (Ø 13 mm). The combination of serial parts and customised items make it possible to incorporate different lengths, angles and brackets. This way, different exhibit formats and weights can be accommodated by connecting the rods. Very short supporting rods are suitable for carrying very high loads because they have a low leverage. All supporting rods are reliably secured in place using grub screws. Shelf supports adapted to the size of the exhibit are also available. Fine spring elements support delicate, light exhibits. All stainless steel parts are available with coatings, upon request.
Referenzen von molitor-Produkten
Alpines Museum der Schweiz; ArkDes, Stockholm; Audioversum, Innsbruck; Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center, Or Jehuda, (ISR); California Academy of Sciences; CERN, Genf, Design Week, Mexico; Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin; Erfgoedcentrum Nederlands, Kloosterleven, Sint Agatha (NL); Exploratorium, San Francisco; Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte, Augsburg ; Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg; Henry-Dunant-Museum, Heiden (CH); Imperial War Museum, London; Jüdisches Museum, Wien; Landesmuseum Hannover; Museum Moesgård, Højbjerg; MUSE, Trient; Musée des Confluences, Lyon; Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico; Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia, Mailand; Museum of London; Museum of the City of New York; Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design, Oslo; National Museum of Australia, Shanghai Film Museum, Staatliches Museum für Politische Geschichte Russlands, St. Petersburg; Stiftung Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden; Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg; Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin; Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm; Deutsches Technikmuseum, Berlin; Technisches Museum Wien; The Manitoba Museum (CA); Übersee Museum Bremen, Zoo Zürich