Creative ways to optimize space.
Space is at a premium in many collections areas. That’s why our steel museum cabinets can be installed on casters or compact mobile systems, or they can simply be set on their integrated bases on the floor.
Prevent potential damage from pests or accidental sprinkler deployment with fully integrated bases.
Mount cabinets on Spacesaver compactor systems to save space.
Half-height cabinets on casters can easily be moved around labs, classrooms, or exhibit spaces.
We’re proud to offer Spacesaver Museum Cabinets, which have been proven to protect collections in extreme conditions.
The Right Height
Full-height cabinets offer more storage space and more options for interior configurability in the future.
Counter-height cabinets can do double duty as work surfaces. In the future, if more storage is needed, they can be stacked and locked into place for safety.
The Best Cabinets for any Collection
Establish and maintain optimal preservation environments for your collection.
Reconfigure the interior of this versatile cabinet as your collections change over time.
Expand your options now and in the future with the 920 Series cabinet. Install dividers, drawers, trays, shelves, hanging rods and more — and swap them out as your collections change. Download our brochure to see all your options.
Solid or Visible
Emka or Hansen
Choose the Best Setting
These cabinets can be stacked vertically, ganged in a row, mounted on compact high-density systems, mounted on casters, or simply set on the floor on their integrated bases. Best of all, you’re not locked into a particular setting because stationary cabinets can be mounted on mobile systems at a later date, and vice versa.
Preserve drawings, maps, and other two-dimensional materials with flat-file cabinets. Optional glass tops allow visitors to view stored items, and locks ensure that contents stay secure.
54.875″W x 30.5″D x 36″H
54.21″W x 40.25″D x 17.625″H
91.96″W x 60.75″Dx 17.625″H
Choose from inserts that accommodate the four major drawer styles (Cornell, USNM, California Academy and Smithsonian). We can provide new drawers or design cabinets that will accept your existing drawers.
23″W x 20.375″D x 42.5″H
Full-height with Air Circulation
23″W x 20.375″D x 84″H
43.9375″W x 20.375″D x 84″H
Ensure proper ventilation and protect specimens from infestation. Our botany cabinets come in a variety of standard sizes, and all cabinets feature space between the door and the shelving to promote air circulation.
29.625″W x 19.125″D x 42.4375″H
29.625″W x 18.125″D x 84″H
Extra Wide Full-height
55″W x 19.125″Dx 84″H
Oversized Preservation Cabinets
Store extra-large specimens securely. Double-fold doors seal tightly to help establish and maintain an optimal interior environment, and they lift off for convenient access to the cabinet interior.
94.5″W x 49.9″D x 78.75″H
Complete Museum Solutions
We offer a suite of storage solutions for museums, archives, and repositories. Discover all your collections storage options.
Get expert space planning insights.
Contact us to learn more about steel museum cabinets.
Trust your collections to steel museum cabinets that are designed to offer enduring value. We offer preservation cabinets, also called conservation cabinets, that can be reconfigured in the future as your collections change. We also offer botany cabinets, entomology cabinets, geology cabinets, and flat-file cabinets for storing maps, plans, and drawings. Our extra-large museum cabinets, also called oversized museum cabinets, are engineered to accommodate particularly large specimens.
Want to learn more about your options? Contact us to arrange a free, no obligation consultation. We look forward to working with you.