Museum Signage Systems
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* Neutral, clean lines that blend with the environment
* Stable base with non-skid polyurethane pads
* Discreetly Protective
* Made in China
We have developed the Economy
Barrier to meet the needs of our clients in a challenging economic
climate. The barrier is the same height and works with the same
elasticated cord as our popular Art Stanchion line, but is
produced using the latest manufacturing techniques to provide a product
to help the tightest of budgets. The economy barrier is made in China.
Economy Barrier features a .5" powder coated base with an anodized aluminum post that will work
comfortably in a wide variety of settings and has integrated non slip
pads that will ensure it stays put and doesn’t mark that precious floor.
surrounding an exhibit, the neutral finish and clean lines sit
comfortably within the museum and gallery environment. An elastic cord connects the barriers and draws a straight line in the air,
blending with the architecture of the building and ensuring that the
artwork is the object of attention. Define the protected
space more sharply, the elasticated cord is Bundled in Grey, highlighting the boundary of the exhibit.
You will of course require elasticated cord to go with your stanchion layout.
Wall terminators are an excellent way to complete some stanchion installations by returning the line of cord back to the wall.
You can now apply information signage directly to the top of our barriers by using one of our signage adaptors that will accept our range of aluminum label holders.
Our stanchions are supplied complete with an Allen key and that is the only tool you will require to assemble them.
It is important to select a stanchion finish that blends well with the environment and minimizes visual impact, and to assist this process our standard cord color is grey. However in areas where it is important to draw attention to the line we can supply cord in a range of colors that will enhance the contrast. These are white, red or black.
If a floor is highly polished the stanchions will need to be closer together (5') than a floor that has plenty of grip, in which case barriers can be spaced further apart (7').
Whenever possible stanchions should be placed in a symmetrical fashion in front of an artwork as this maintains good overall viusal harmony.